Levels of human Fis1 at the mitochondrial outer membrane regulate mitochondrial morphology.

@article{Stojanovski2004LevelsOH,
  title={Levels of human Fis1 at the mitochondrial outer membrane regulate mitochondrial morphology.},
  author={Diana Stojanovski and Olga S. Koutsopoulos and Koji Okamoto and Michael T Ryan},
  journal={Journal of cell science},
  year={2004},
  volume={117 Pt 7},
  pages={
          1201-10
        }
}
Mitochondria undergo balanced fission and fusion events that enable their appropriate networking within the cell. In yeast, three factors have been identified that co-ordinate fission events at the mitochondrial outer membrane. Fis1p acts as the outer membrane receptor for recruitment of the dynamin member, Dnm1p and the WD40-repeat-containing protein Mdv1p. In mammals, the Dnm1p counterpart Drp1 has been characterized, but other components have not. Here, we report the characterization of… CONTINUE READING

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