Clustering of C-terminal stromal domains of Tha4 homo-oligomers during translocation by the Tat protein transport system.

@article{DabneySmith2009ClusteringOC,
  title={Clustering of C-terminal stromal domains of Tha4 homo-oligomers during translocation by the Tat protein transport system.},
  author={Carole Dabney-Smith and Kenneth Cline},
  journal={Molecular biology of the cell},
  year={2009},
  volume={20 7},
  pages={
          2060-9
        }
}
The chloroplast Twin arginine translocation (Tat) pathway uses three membrane proteins and the proton gradient to transport folded proteins across sealed membranes. Precursor proteins bind to the cpTatC-Hcf106 receptor complex, triggering Tha4 assembly and protein translocation. Tha4 is required only for the translocation step and is thought to be the protein-conducting component. The organization of Tha4 oligomers was examined by substituting pairs of cysteine residues into Tha4 and inducing… CONTINUE READING
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