Calcium Signalling: Fishing Out Molecules of Mitochondrial Calcium Transport

Abstract

Cellular energy metabolism, survival and death are controlled by mitochondrial calcium signals originating in the cytoplasm. Now, RNAi studies link three proteins - MICU1, NCLX and LETM1 - to the previously unknown molecular mechanism of mitochondrial calcium transport.

DOI: 10.1016/j.cub.2010.09.035

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@article{Hajnczky2010CalciumSF, title={Calcium Signalling: Fishing Out Molecules of Mitochondrial Calcium Transport}, author={Gy{\"{o}rgy Hajn{\'o}czky and Gy{\"{o}rgy Csord{\'a}s}, journal={Current Biology}, year={2010}, volume={20}, pages={R888-R891} }