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2. A crucial role of the mitochondrial protein import receptor MOMI9 for the biogenesis of mitochondria

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3. A crucial role of the mitochondrial protein import receptor MOMI9 for the biogenesis of mitochondria

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4. A crucial role of the mitochondrial protein import receptor MOM19 for the biogenesis of mitochondria

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5. A crucial role of the mitochondrial protein import receptor MOMI9 for the biogenesis of mitochondria

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6. Dynamics of the TOM Complex of Mitochondria during Binding and Translocation of Preproteins

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7. The yeast mitochondrial carrier Leu5p and its human homologue Graves' disease protein are required for accumulation of coenzyme A in the matrix

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8. The hydrogenase-like Nar1p is essential for maturation of cytosolic and nuclear iron-sulfur proteins


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9. Components involved in assembly and dislocation of iron-sulfur clusters on the scaffold protein Isu1p


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10. The mitochondrial proteins Atm1p and Nfs1p are essential for biogenesis of cytosolic Fe/S proteins


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