van der Bliek AM and Koehler CM (2003) A mitochondrial rhomboid protease. Dev Cell 4(6):769-70
Abstract: Rhomboid proteases are integral membrane proteins, typically associated with cleavage of peptide hormones along the secretory pathway. Recent publications demonstrate that yeast mitochondria contain a rhomboid protease required for the cleavage of two mitochondrial intermembrane space proteins, suggesting that rhomboid proteases play a regulatory role in mitochondria.
|Status: Published||Type: Journal Article||PubMed ID: 12791261|
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