Protein transport in mitochondria – This protein transport lecture explains about the protein transport mechanism in mitochondria. This lecture explains the role of Tim Tom complex, oxa complex in transportation of synthesized protein in cytosol. Mitochondrial proteins are made in the cytosol and contains the mitochondrial transport signal that help targeting proteins inside mitochondrial lumen.
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