Anterograde and retrograde regulation of nuclear genes encoding mitochondrial proteins during growth, development, and stress.

@article{Ng2014AnterogradeAR,
  title={Anterograde and retrograde regulation of nuclear genes encoding mitochondrial proteins during growth, development, and stress.},
  author={Sophia Ng and Inge De Clercq and Olivier Van Aken and Simon R Law and Aneta Ivanova and Patrick Willems and Estelle Giraud and Frank Van Breusegem and James Whelan},
  journal={Molecular plant},
  year={2014},
  volume={7 7},
  pages={1075-93}
}
Mitochondrial biogenesis and function in plants require the expression of over 1000 nuclear genes encoding mitochondrial proteins (NGEMPs). The expression of these genes is regulated by tissue-specific, developmental, internal, and external stimuli that result in a dynamic organelle involved in both metabolic and a variety of signaling processes. Although the metabolic and biosynthetic machinery of mitochondria is relatively well understood, the factors that regulate these processes and the… CONTINUE READING
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