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1965 8
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1970 5
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1991 2278
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1994 3571
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Mitochondrial protein translocation-associated degradation
Mårtensson CU, et al. Nature 2019. PMID 31118508
Mitochondrial biogenesis and functions depend on the import of precursor proteins via the 'translocase of the outer membrane' (TOM complex). Defects in protein import lead to an accumulation of mitochondrial precursor proteins that induces a range of cellular stress responses. ...
Mitochondrial biogenesis and functions depend on the import of precursor proteins via the 'translocase of the outer membrane' (TOM co …
Transport of Proteins into Mitochondria.
Hansen KG and Herrmann JM. Protein J 2019 - Review. PMID 30868341
They consist of hundreds of different proteins that exhibit crucial activities in respiration, catabolic metabolism and the synthesis of amino acids, lipids, heme and iron-sulfur clusters. With the exception of a handful of hydrophobic mitochondrially encoded membrane proteins, all these proteins are synthesized on cytosolic ribosomes, targeted to receptors on the mitochondrial surface, and transported across or inserted into the outer and inner mitochondrial membrane before they are folded and assembled into their final native structure. ...
They consist of hundreds of different proteins that exhibit crucial activities in respiration, catabolic metabolism and the synthesis …
AMPA receptors and their minions: auxiliary proteins in AMPA receptor trafficking.
Bissen D, et al. Cell Mol Life Sci 2019 - Review. PMID 30937469 Free PMC article.
Intensive research over the last 20 years has revealed the increasing importance of interacting proteins, which accompany AMPA receptors throughout their lifetime and help to refine the temporal and spatial modulation of their trafficking and function. ...
Intensive research over the last 20 years has revealed the increasing importance of interacting proteins, which accompany AMPA recept …
NIPSNAP1 and NIPSNAP2 Act as "Eat Me" Signals for Mitophagy
Princely Abudu Y, et al. Dev Cell 2019. PMID 30982665
Here, we show that the mitochondrial matrix proteins 4-Nitrophenylphosphatase domain and non-neuronal SNAP25-like protein homolog 1 (NIPSNAP1) and NIPSNAP2 accumulate on the mitochondria surface upon mitochondrial depolarization. There, they recruit proteins involved in selective autophagy, including autophagy receptors and ATG8 proteins, thereby functioning as an "eat me" signal for mitophagy. ...
Here, we show that the mitochondrial matrix proteins 4-Nitrophenylphosphatase domain and non-neuronal SNAP25-like protein homolog 1 ( …
Lipid Accumulation and Chronic Kidney Disease
Gai Z, et al. Nutrients 2019 - Review. PMID 30925738 Free PMC article.
A concerted, increased FFA uptake due to high fat diets, overexpression of fatty acid uptake systems such as the CD36 scavenger receptor and the fatty acid transport proteins, and a reduced β-oxidation rate underlie the intracellular lipid accumulation in non-adipose tissues. ...
A concerted, increased FFA uptake due to high fat diets, overexpression of fatty acid uptake systems such as the CD36 scavenger receptor and …
AMPA Receptor Auxiliary Proteins of the CKAMP Family.
von Engelhardt J. Int J Mol Sci 2019 - Review. PMID 30909450 Free PMC article.
α-amino-3-hydroxy-5-methyl-4-isoxazolepropionic acid (AMPA) receptors are assembled of four core subunits and several additional interacting proteins. Cystine-knot AMPA receptor-modulating proteins (CKAMPs) constitute a family of four proteins that influence the trafficking, subcellular localization and function of AMPA receptors. ...
α-amino-3-hydroxy-5-methyl-4-isoxazolepropionic acid (AMPA) receptors are assembled of four core subunits and several additional interacting …
A mechano-signalling network linking microtubules, myosin IIA filaments and integrin-based adhesions
Rafiq NBM, et al. Nat Mater 2019. PMID 31114072
Here, we show that the effects of microtubules on two major types of cell-matrix adhesion, focal adhesions and podosomes, are mediated by KANK family proteins connecting the adhesion protein talin with microtubule tips. ...Myosin IIA filament assembly depends on Rho activation by the RhoGEF GEF-H1, which is trapped by microtubules when they are connected with integrin-mediated adhesions via KANK proteins but released after their disconnection. ...
Here, we show that the effects of microtubules on two major types of cell-matrix adhesion, focal adhesions and podosomes, are mediated by KA …
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