Oligomers of Tha4 organize at the thylakoid Tat translocase during protein transport.

@article{DabneySmith2006OligomersOT,
  title={Oligomers of Tha4 organize at the thylakoid Tat translocase during protein transport.},
  author={Carole Dabney-Smith and Hiroki Mori and Kenneth Cline},
  journal={The Journal of biological chemistry},
  year={2006},
  volume={281 9},
  pages={5476-83}
}
The Tat (twin arginine translocation) systems of thylakoids and bacteria transport fully folded protein substrates without breaching the permeability barrier of the membrane. Two components of the thylakoid system, cpTatC and Hcf106, compose a precursor-bound receptor complex. The third component, Tha4, assembles with the precursor-bound receptor complex for the translocation step and is thought to compose at least part of the protein-conducting channel. Here, we used two different cross… CONTINUE READING

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