Small is big in Arabidopsis mitochondrial ribosome

@article{Waltz2019SmallIB,
  title={Small is big in Arabidopsis mitochondrial ribosome},
  author={Florent Waltz and Tan-Trung Nguyen and M. Arriv{\'e} and A. Bochler and Johana Chicher and P. Hammann and L. Kuhn and M. Quadrado and H. Mireau and Y. Hashem and P. Gieg{\'e}},
  journal={Nature Plants},
  year={2019},
  volume={5},
  pages={106-117}
}
Mitochondria are responsible for energy production through aerobic respiration, and represent the powerhouse of eukaryotic cells. Their metabolism and gene expression processes combine bacterial-like features and traits that evolved in eukaryotes. Among mitochondrial gene expression processes, translation remains the most elusive. In plants, while numerous pentatricopeptide repeat (PPR) proteins are involved in all steps of gene expression, their function in mitochondrial translation remains… Expand
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