Automated description from the Alliance of Genome Resources (Release 5.0.0)
Enables microtubule binding activity. Involved in enteric nervous system development; negative regulation of signal transduction; and regulation of cell growth by extracellular stimulus. Predicted to be located in cytoplasm and cytoskeleton. Predicted to be part of kinesin complex. Predicted to be active in microtubule. Is expressed in central nervous system; ganglia; and intestine. Orthologous to human KIF26A (kinesin family member 26A).