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PET112 Pet112p

PET112, Pet112p
Top mentioned proteins: ACID, erbB-2, Cdc27, COX15, rpL32
Papers on PET112
Her2p molecular modeling, mutant analysis and intramitochondrial localization.
Barros et al., Brazil. In Fungal Genet Biol, 2013
Gtf1p, Her2p and Pet112p are the constituents of mitochondrial GatFAB amidotransferase complex.
Characterization of Gtf1p, the connector subunit of yeast mitochondrial tRNA-dependent amidotransferase.
Tzagoloff et al., São Paulo, Brazil. In J Biol Chem, 2011
However, ts gft1 mutants are partially rescued by overexpression of PET112 and HER2 that code for the yeast homologues of the catalytic subunits of bacterial AdT.
Biogenesis of glutaminyl-mt tRNAGln in human mitochondria.
GeneRIF
Suzuki et al., Tokyo, Japan. In Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 2009
Studies showed in vitro Gln-tRNA(Gln) formation catalyzed by the recombinant mtGluRS and hGatCAB.
Identification and characterization of human cDNAs specific to BCS1, PET112, SCO1, COX15, and COX11, five genes involved in the formation and function of the mitochondrial respiratory chain.
Zeviani et al., Roma, Italy. In Genomics, 1999
We have successfully applied a strategy based on the "cyberscreening" of the expressed sequence tags database using yeast protein sequences as "probes" to identify the human gene orthologs to BCS1, COX15, PET112, COX11, and SCO1, five yeast genes involved in the biogenesis of the mitochondrial respiratory chain complexes.
A nuclear genetic lesion affecting Saccharomyces cerevisiae mitochondrial translation is complemented by a homologous Bacillus gene.
Fox et al., New Haven, United States. In J Bacteriol, 1997
It encodes a homolog of Saccharomyces cerevisiae Pet112p, a protein that has no characterized relative and is dispensable for cell viability but required for mitochondrial translation.
Sequence analysis of a 78.6 kb segment of the left end of Saccharomyces cerevisiae chromosome II.
Domdey et al., München, Germany. In Yeast, 1995
Eight ORFs (PKC1, TyA, TyB, ATP1, ROX3, RPL17a, PET112 and ILS1) correspond to previously characterized genes.
PET112, a Saccharomyces cerevisiae nuclear gene required to maintain rho+ mitochondrial DNA.
Fox et al., Ithaca, United States. In Curr Genet, 1994
The nuclear gene PET112 was originally identified by a mutation (pet112-1) that specifically blocked accumulation of cytochrome c oxidase subunit II.
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