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Tim10p, a protein of the yeast mitochondrial intermembrane space, was shown previously to be essential for the import of multispanning carrier proteins from the cytoplasm into the inner membrane. We now identify Tim9p, another essential component of this import pathway. Most of Tim9p is associated with Tim10p in a soluble 70 kDa complex. Tim9p and Tim10p(More)
In order to reach the inner membrane of the mitochondrion, multispanning carrier proteins must cross the aqueous intermembrane space. Two essential proteins of that space, Tim10p and Tim12p, were shown to mediate import of multispanning carriers into the inner membrane. Both proteins formed a complex with the inner membrane protein Tim22p. Tim10p readily(More)
Aging entails a progressive decline in protein homeostasis, which often leads to age-related diseases. The endoplasmic reticulum (ER) is the site of protein synthesis and maturation for secreted and membrane proteins. Correct folding of ER proteins requires covalent attachment of N-linked glycan oligosaccharides. Here, we report that increased synthesis of(More)
Because many laboratory values change with age, the study of healthy aging as well as diagnosis of disease in geriatric patients requires specific age-corrected reference intervals. We have established such reference intervals for a healthy population aged 65-74 years by selection of a sample group applying the clinical criteria of the SENIEUR protocol and(More)
Misfolded proteins of the secretory pathway are extracted from the endoplasmic reticulum (ER), polyubiquitylated by a protein complex termed the Hmg-CoA reductase degradation ligase (HRD-ligase), and degraded by cytosolic 26S proteasomes. This process is termed ER-associated protein degradation (ERAD). We previously showed that the membrane protein Der1,(More)
We report about experiments to isolate Synaptosome-Membranes of the rat cerebellum in order to produce Antibodies directed toward these membranes in rabbits. The raised Antisera were tested in different Complement-fixation-assays. They reacted only with the Synaptosome-Membranes, not with heart, kidney, liver- and spleen-membranes. Different fractions of(More)
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