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Title: Mutant mitochondrial elongation factor G1 and combined oxidative phosphorylation deficiency
Authors: Newbold, RF
Coenen, MJH
Antonicka, H
Ugalde, C
Sasarman, F
Rossi, R
Heister, A
Trijbels, FJMF
van den Heuvel, LP
Shoubridge, EA
Smeitink, JAM
Keywords: G1
Phosphorylation deficiency
Mutant mitochondrial elongation
Oxidative phosphorylation deficiency
Publication Date: 2004
Publisher: Massachusetts Medical Society
Citation: New England Journal of Medicine. 351(20) 2080-2086
Abstract: Although most components of the mitochondrial translation apparatus are encoded by nuclear genes, all known molecular defects associated with impaired mitochondrial translation are due to mutations in mitochondrial DNA. We investigated two siblings with a severe defect in mitochondrial translation, reduced levels of oxidative phosphorylation complexes containing mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA)–encoded subunits, and progressive hepatoencephalopathy. We mapped the defective gene to a region on chromosome 3q containing elongation factor G1 (EFG1), which encodes a mitochondrial translation factor. Sequencing of EFG1 revealed a mutation affecting a conserved residue of the guanosine triphosphate (GTP)–binding domain. These results define a new class of gene defects underlying disorders of oxidative phosphorylation.
URI: http://bura.brunel.ac.uk/handle/2438/2875
ISSN: 0028-4793
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