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A scaffold of accessory subunits links the peripheral arm and the distal proton-pumping module of mitochondrial complex I.
Mitochondrial NADH:ubiquinone oxidoreductase (complex I) is a very large membrane protein complex with a central function in energy metabolism. Complex I from the aerobic yeast Yarrowia lipolyticaExpand
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Two‐dimensional native electrophoretic analysis of respiratory supercomplexes from Yarrowia lipolytica
Mitochondria of the strictly aerobic yeast Yarrowia lipolytica contain respiratory complex I with close functional and structural similarity to the mammalian enzyme. Unlike mammalian mitochondria,Expand
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Functional Dissection of the Proton Pumping Modules of Mitochondrial Complex I
A catalytically active subcomplex of respiratory chain complex I lacks 14 of its 42 subunits yet retains half of its proton-pumping capacity, indicating that its membrane arm has two pump modules.
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Small single transmembrane domain (STMD) proteins organize the hydrophobic subunits of large membrane protein complexes
The large membrane protein complexes of mitochondrial oxidative phosphorylation are composed of central subunits that are essential for their bioenergetic core function and accessory subunits thatExpand
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Chapter 8 Two-dimensional native electrophoresis for fluorescent and functional assays of mitochondrial complexes.
Supramolecular assemblies of native membrane protein complexes were solubilized from biological membranes by very mild detergents and isolated by native electrophoresis. The complexity of theseExpand
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