A family of mitochondrial proteins involved in bioenergetics and biogenesis

@article{Schulte1989AFO,
  title={A family of mitochondrial proteins involved in bioenergetics and biogenesis},
  author={Ulrich Schulte and Michael Arretz and Helmut Dipl Ing Schneider and Maximilian Tropschug and Elmar Wachter and Walter Neupert and Hanns Weiss},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1989},
  volume={339},
  pages={147-149}
}
THE respiratory chain complexes of mitochondria consist of many different subunits, of which only a few partake directly in electron transport. The functions of the subunits that do not contain prosthetic groups are largely unknown1. The cytochrome reductase complex of Neurospora crassa , for example, consists of nine different subunits2, of which the peripheral membrane proteins I and II (ref. 3) that are located on the matrix side of the mitochondrial inner membrane4 are the largest subunits… CONTINUE READING

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