Dpr-interacting protein (DIP) members belong to the immunoglobulin superfamily and possess three Ig domains. DIPs form a complex interaction network with members of the Defective proboscis extension reponse (Dpr) family. Dprs and DIPs act as neuronal surface labels involved in the specificity of synaptic connections between neurons and their target cells. (Adapted from FBrf0230454).
Notes on Group
cDIP is a secreted leucine-rich repeat protein of unknown function, which binds to several Dprs and DIPs (FBrf0230454).