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MIC26 and MIC27 cooperate to regulate cardiolipin levels and the landscape of OXPHOS complexes



MIC26 and MIC27 cooperate to regulate cardiolipin levels and the landscape of OXPHOS complexes
Ruchika Anand, Arun Kumar Kondadi, Jana Meisterknecht, Mathias Golombek, Oliver Nortmann, Julia Riedel, Leon Peifer-Weiß, Nahal Brocke-Ahmadinejad, David Schlütermann, Björn Stork, Thomas O Eichmann, Ilka Wittig, Andreas S Reichert

Apolipoproteins of MICOS, MIC26 and MIC27, cooperatively manage cristae structure, cardiolipin levels, and the global stability and integrity of respiratory chain supercomplexes and F1Fo–ATP synthase.



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