The mitochondrial proteome database: MitoP2.

@article{Elstner2009TheMP,
  title={The mitochondrial proteome database: MitoP2.},
  author={Matthias Elstner and Christophe Andreoli and Thomas Klopstock and Thomas Meitinger and Holger Prokisch},
  journal={Methods in enzymology},
  year={2009},
  volume={457},
  pages={3-20}
}
Defining the mitochondrial proteome is a prerequisite for fully understanding the organelles function as well as mechanisms underlying mitochondrial pathology. The core functions of mitochondria include oxidative phosphorylation, amino acid metabolism, fatty acid oxidation, and ion homeostasis. In addition to these well-known functions, many crucial properties in cell signaling, cell differentiation and cell death are only now being elucidated, and with them the proteins involved. With the… CONTINUE READING

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