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RINT-1 was first identified as a Rad50-interacting protein that participates in radiation-induced G2/M checkpoint control. It also involved in regulation of membrane traffic between the endoplasmic reticulum and the Golgi. It interacts with p130, an Rb family protein, and together they regulate the telomerase-independent telomere length. Otherwise, it interacts with Zeste white 10 with its N-terminal region throughout the cell cycle.