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Micos10 (GeneName), MICOS complex subunit Mic10 (ProteinName), MIC10_MOUSE.
Product Name:

Mouse Micos10/ MICOS complex subunit Mic10 ELISA Kit

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Brand:
EIAab®
Regulatory Status:
Alternative:

Mitochondrial inner membrane organizing system protein 1, Mic10, Minos1

Detection Method:
ELISA
Specificity:
Natural and recombinant mouse MICOS complex subunit Mic10
Sample Type:
Serum, plasma, tissue homogenates, cell culture supernates and other biological fluids
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General Annotation


Sub Unit:
Component of the mitochondrial contact site and cristae organizing system (MICOS) complex, composed of at least MICOS10/MIC10, CHCHD3/MIC19, CHCHD6/MIC25, APOOL/MIC27, IMMT/MIC60, APOO/MIC23/MIC26 and MICOS13/MIC13. This complex was also known under the names MINOS or MitOS complex. The MICOS complex associates with mitochondrial outer membrane proteins SAMM50, MTX1 and MTX2 (together described as components of the mitochondrial outer membrane sorting assembly machinery (SAM) complex) and DNAJC11, mitochondrial inner membrane protein TMEM11 and with HSPA9. The MICOS and SAM complexes together with DNAJC11 are part of a large protein complex spanning both membranes termed the mitochondrial intermembrane space bridging (MIB) complex. Interacts with IMMT/MIC60 and MICOS13/MIC13. Interacts with APOO/MIC23/MIC26 and APOOL/MIC27.


Function:
Component of the MICOS complex, a large protein complex of the mitochondrial inner membrane that plays crucial roles in the maintenance of crista junctions, inner membrane architecture, and formation of contact sites to the outer membrane.


Subcellular Location:
Mitochondrion inner membrane Single-pass membrane protein The C-terminus is located in the intermembrane space, while the location of the N-terminus has not been determined yet. As some programs predict the presence of 2 closely apposed membrane domains, it has been proposed that the protein may cross the membrane twice and that both termini may face the intermembrane space.


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