Mitochondrial ABC transporters

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R-HSA-1369007
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Homo sapiens
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Mammalian ABC transporters are usually found on the plasma membrane and on organelles such as the ER and peroxisome but a small number are also located on the mitochondria. Here they are thought to play roles in heme biosynthesis and iron-sulphur cluster synthesis (Burke & Ardehali 2007).

Literature References
PubMed ID Title Journal Year
17656326 Mitochondrial ATP-binding cassette proteins

Burke, MA, Ardehali, H

Transl Res 2007
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