Osm1 facilitates the transfer of electrons from Erv1 to fumarate in the redox-regulated import pathway in the mitochondrial intermembrane space

@article{Neal2017Osm1FT,
  title={Osm1 facilitates the transfer of electrons from Erv1 to fumarate in the redox-regulated import pathway in the mitochondrial intermembrane space},
  author={Sonya E. Neal and Deepa V. Dabir and J. Wijaya and C. Boon and C. Koehler},
  journal={Molecular Biology of the Cell},
  year={2017},
  volume={28},
  pages={2773 - 2785}
}
Osm1 transfers electrons from fumarate to succinate and functions with Mia40 and Erv1 in the redox-regulated import pathway for proteins that form disulfide bonds in the mitochondrial intermembrane space. Expression of Osm1 and cytochrome c is reciprocally regulated, indicating that the cell has strategies to coordinate expression of terminal electron acceptors. 
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