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Damaged mitochondria get a Parkin ticket.

Short B - J. Cell Biol. (2015)

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In 2008, Narendra et al. revealed that a protein associated with Parkinson’s disease promotes the turnover of dysfunctional mitochondria.

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Parkin (green) is mostly cytosolic in control cells (left) but is recruited to mitochondria (red) in the presence of the uncoupling agent CCCP (right).
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fig1: Parkin (green) is mostly cytosolic in control cells (left) but is recruited to mitochondria (red) in the presence of the uncoupling agent CCCP (right).


Damaged mitochondria get a Parkin ticket.

Short B - J. Cell Biol. (2015)

Parkin (green) is mostly cytosolic in control cells (left) but is recruited to mitochondria (red) in the presence of the uncoupling agent CCCP (right).
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fig1: Parkin (green) is mostly cytosolic in control cells (left) but is recruited to mitochondria (red) in the presence of the uncoupling agent CCCP (right).

View Article: PubMed Central - HTML - PubMed

ABSTRACT

In 2008, Narendra et al. revealed that a protein associated with Parkinson’s disease promotes the turnover of dysfunctional mitochondria.

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