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Mitochondrial DNA encodes 13 proteins that play essential roles in the respiratory chain, while all proteins involved in mitochondrial translation are encoded by nuclear genes that are imported from the cytoplasm. Additionally we are shipping MTRF1L Proteins (6) and many more products for this protein.
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mtRF1a is a mitochondrial translation release factor that is capable in vitro and in vivo of terminating translation at UAA/UAG codons.
Study identified a human mitochondrial release factor candidate, HMRF1L, and demonstrated that HMRF1L is indeed a mitochondrial protein that functions specifically as an RF for the decoding of mitochondrial UAA and UAG termination codons in vitro.
The methylation of HMRF1L by HMPrmC in human mitochondria is involved in the control of the translation termination process.
Mitochondrial DNA encodes 13 proteins that play essential roles in the respiratory chain, while all proteins involved in mitochondrial translation are encoded by nuclear genes that are imported from the cytoplasm. MTRF1L is a nuclear-encoded protein that functions as a releasing factor that recognizes termination codons and releases mitochondrial ribosomes from the synthesized protein (summary by Nozaki et al., 2008
mitochondrial translational release factor 1-like
, peptide chain release factor 1-like, mitochondrial-like
, mitochondrial release factor 1 like
, peptide chain release factor 1-like, mitochondrial