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MRP49  -  mitochondrial 54S ribosomal protein MRP49

Saccharomyces cerevisiae S288c

Synonyms: 54S ribosomal protein MRP49, mitochondrial, YKL167C, YKL631
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High impact information on MRP49

  • The levels of the mRNAs and proteins for both MRP20 and MRP49 were regulated in response to carbon source [1].
  • Nucleotide sequencing revealed that MRP49 is tightly linked to TPK3 and encodes a 16-kDa, basic protein with no significant relatedness to any other known protein [1].
  • MRP20 and MRP49 are proteins of the large subunit of the mitochondrial ribosome in Saccharomyces cerevisiae [1].
  • Inactivation of MRP49 caused a cold-sensitive respiration-deficient phenotype, indicating that MRP49 is not an essential ribosomal protein [1].

Anatomical context of MRP49

  • Structure and function of MRP20 and MRP49, the nuclear genes for two proteins of the 54 S subunit of the yeast mitochondrial ribosome [1].


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