Chomyn, Anne and Patel, Salil D. and Cleeter, Michael W. J. and Ragan, C. Ian and Attardi, Giuseppe (1988) The site of synthesis of the iron-sulfur subunits of the flavoprotein and iron-protein fractions of human NADH dehydrogenase. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 263 (31). pp. 16395-16400. ISSN 0021-9258. http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:CHOjbc88
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The site of synthesis of the iron-sulfur subunits of the flavoprotein and iron-protein fractions of the human respiratory chain NADH dehydrogenase has been investigated to test the possibility that any of them is synthesized in mitochondria. For this purpose, antibodies specific for individual subunits of the bovine enzyme, which cross- reacted with the homologous human subunits in immunoblot assays, were tested against HeLa cell mitochondrial proteins labeled in vivo with [35S]methionine in the absence or presence of inhibitors of mitochondrial or cytoplasmic protein synthesis. The results clearly indicated that all the iron-sulfur subunits of the flavoprotein and iron-protein fractions of human complex I are synthesized in the cytosol and are, therefore, encoded in nuclear genes.
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