Mitoribosomal regulation of OXPHOS biogenesis in plants

@inproceedings{Janska2014MitoribosomalRO,
  title={Mitoribosomal regulation of OXPHOS biogenesis in plants},
  author={Hanna Janska and Malgorzata Kwasniak},
  booktitle={Front. Plant Sci.},
  year={2014}
}
The ribosome filter hypothesis posits that ribosomes are not simple non-selective translation machines but may also function as regulatory elements in protein synthesis. Recent data supporting ribosomal filtering come from plant mitochondria where it has been shown that translation of mitochondrial transcripts encoding components of oxidative phosphorylation complexes (OXPHOS) and of mitoribosomes can be differentially affected by alterations in mitoribosomes. The biogenesis of mitoribosome was… CONTINUE READING
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