PAXIP1-associated-protein-1 C term PTIP binding protein
This protein domain family is the C-terminal domain of PAXIP1-associated-protein-1, which also goes by the name PTIP-associated protein 1. This family of proteins is found in eukaryotes. The function of this protein is to localize at the site of DNA damage and form foci with PTIP at the DNA break point. Furthermore, studies have shown that depletion of PA1 increases cellular sensitivity to ionizing radiation. Proteins in this family are typically between 122 and 254 amino acids in length.