Extended Data Fig. 5: Characterization of ubx2∆ and vms1∆ mutant mitochondria. | Nature

Extended Data Fig. 5: Characterization of ubx2∆ and vms1∆ mutant mitochondria.

From: Mitochondrial protein translocation-associated degradation

Extended Data Fig. 5

a, Membrane potential of the wild-type, ubx2∆, vms1∆ and ubx2∆ vms1∆ mitochondria. Mean values of three independent measurements are shown. b, Respiratory chain complexes in wild-type, ubx2∆, vms1∆ and ubx2∆ vms1∆ mitochondria on BN–PAGE. The data are representative of two independent experiments. c, In-gel activity stain of complex IV in wild-type, ubx2∆, vms1∆ and ubx2∆ vms1∆ mitochondria on BN–PAGE. The data are representative of two independent experiments. III, cytochrome bc1 complex; IV, cytochrome c oxidase; V, ATP synthase.

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