CEP57 is a centrosomal protein and is involved in nucleating and stabilizing microtubules. CEP57 was initially identified as a regulator of centriole overduplication in an RNA interference screen. There is a link between altered microenvironmental signaling cues such as FGF-2 overexpression and mitotic instability and provide a rationale for the therapeutic targeting of the FGF-2/FGFR1/CEP57 axis in prostate cancer. CEP57 is involved in intracellular transport processes, and its overexpression causes mitotic defects as well as abnormal microtubule nucleation and bundling.
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