Reference: Schulz C, et al. (2011) Tim50's presequence receptor domain is essential for signal driven transport across the TIM23 complex. J Cell Biol 195(4):643-56

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N-terminal targeting signals (presequences) direct proteins across the TOM complex in the outer mitochondrial membrane and the TIM23 complex in the inner mitochondrial membrane. Presequences provide directionality to the transport process and regulate the transport machineries during translocation. However, surprisingly little is known about how presequence receptors interact with the signals and what role these interactions play during preprotein transport. Here, we identify signal-binding sites of presequence receptors through photo-affinity labeling. Using engineered presequence probes, photo cross-linking sites on mitochondrial proteins were mapped mass spectrometrically, thereby defining a presequence-binding domain of Tim50, a core subunit of the TIM23 complex that is essential for mitochondrial protein import. Our results establish Tim50 as the primary presequence receptor at the inner membrane and show that targeting signals and Tim50 regulate the Tim23 channel in an antagonistic manner.CI - (c) 2011 Schulz et al.

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Schulz C, Lytovchenko O, Melin J, Chacinska A, Guiard B, Neumann P, Ficner R, Jahn O, Schmidt B, Rehling P
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