Localisation of 26S proteasomes with different subunit composition in insect muscles undergoing programmed cell death

@article{Loew2000LocalisationO2,
  title={Localisation of 26S proteasomes with different subunit composition in insect muscles undergoing programmed cell death},
  author={Prof. Dr. Oscar Loew and Richard A Hastings and Simon P Dawson and Mikl{\'o}s Sass and Michael A. Billett and Ruth J. Mayer and Stuart E. Reynolds},
  journal={Cell Death and Differentiation},
  year={2000},
  volume={7},
  pages={1210-1217}
}
The 26S proteasome is a large multisubunit complex involved in degrading both cytoplasmic and nuclear proteins. We have investigated the subcellular distribution of four regulatory ATPase subunits (S6 (TBP7/MS73), S6′ (TBP1), S7 (MSS1), and S10b (SUG2)) together with components of 20S proteasomes in the intersegmental muscles (ISM) of Manduca sexta during… CONTINUE READING