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Kutik, S., Stojanovski, D., Becker, L., Becker, T., Meinecke, M., Krüger, V., Prinz, C., Meisinger, C., Guiard, B., Wagner, R., Pfanner, N., and Wiedemann, N. (2008). Dissecting membrane insertion of mitochondrial β-barrel proteins. Cell 132, 1011-1024.

Meisinger, C., Sickmann, A., and Pfanner, N. (2008). The mitochondrial proteome: from inventory to function. Cell 134, 22-24.

Meinecke, M., Wagner, R., Kovermann, P., Guiard, B., Mick, D.U., Hutu, D.P., Voos, W., Truscott, K.N., Chacinska, A., Pfanner, N., and Rehling, P. (2006). Tim50 maintains the permeability barrier of the mitochondrial inner membrane. Science 312, 1523-1526.

Chacinska, A., Lind, M., Frazier, A.E., Dudek, J., Meisinger, C., Geissler, A., Sickmann, A., Meyer, H.E., Truscott, K.N., Guiard, B., Pfanner, N., and Rehling, P. (2005). Mitochondrial presequence translocase: switching between TOM tethering and motor recruitment involves Tim21 and Tim17. Cell 120, 817-829.

Pfanner, N., Wiedemann, N., and Meisinger, C. (2004). Double membrane fusion. Science 305, 1723-1724.

Rehling, P., Model, K., Brandner, K., Kovermann, P., Sickmann, A., Meyer, H.E., Kühlbrandt, W., Wagner, R., Truscott, K.N., and Pfanner, N. (2003). Protein insertion into the mitochondrial inner membrane by a twin-pore translocase. Science 299, 1747-1751.

Wiedemann, N., Kozjak, V., Chacinska, A., Schönfisch, B., Rospert, S., Ryan, M.T., Pfanner, N., and Meisinger, C. (2003). Machinery for protein sorting and assembly in the mitochondrial outer membrane. Nature 424, 565-571.

Geissler, A., Chacinska, A., Truscott, K.N., Wiedemann, N., Brandner, K., Sickmann, A., Meyer, H.E., Meisinger, C., Pfanner, N., and Rehling, P. (2002). The mitochondrial presequence translocase: an essential role of Tim50 in directing preproteins to the import channel. Cell 111, 507-518.

van Wilpe, S., Ryan, M.T., Hill, K., Maarse, A.C., Meisinger, C., Brix, J., Dekker, P.J.T., Moczko, M., Wagner, R., Meijer, M., Guiard, B., Hönlinger, A., and Pfanner, N. (1999). Tom22 is a multifunctional organizer of the mitochondrial preprotein translocase. Nature 401, 485-489.

Voisine, C., Craig, E.A., Zufall, N., von Ahsen, O., Pfanner, N., and Voos, W. (1999). The protein import motor of mitochondria: unfolding and trapping of preproteins are distinct and separable functions of matrix Hsp70. Cell 97, 565-574.

Hill, K., Model, K., Ryan, M.T., Dietmeier, K., Martin, F., Wagner, R., and Pfanner, N. (1998). Tom40 forms the hydrophilic channel of the mitochondrial import pore for preproteins. Nature 395, 516-521.

Dietmeier, K., Hönlinger, A., Bömer, U., Dekker, P.J.T., Eckerskorn, C., Lottspeich, F., Kübrich, M., and Pfanner, N. (1997). Tom5 functionally links mitochondrial preprotein receptors to the general import pore. Nature 388, 195-200.

Kiebler, M., Keil, P., Schneider, H., van der Klei, I.J., Pfanner, N., and Neupert, W. (1993). The mitochondrial receptor complex: a central role of MOM22 in mediating preprotein transfer from receptors to the general insertion pore. Cell 74, 483-492.

Pfanner, N., Rassow, J., van der Klei, I.J., and Neupert, W. (1992). A dynamic model of the mitochondrial protein import machinery. Cell 68, 999-1002.

Söllner, T., Rassow, J., Wiedmann, M., Schloßmann, J., Keil, P., Neupert, W., and Pfanner, N. (1992). Mapping of the protein import machinery in the mitochondrial outer membrane by crosslinking of translocation intermediates. Nature355, 84-87.

Schneider, H., Söllner, T., Dietmeier, K., Eckerskorn, C., Lottspeich, F., Trülzsch, B., Neupert, W., and Pfanner, N. (1991). Targeting of the master receptor MOM19 to mitochondria. Science 254, 1659-1662.

Söllner, T., Pfaller, R., Griffiths, G., Pfanner, N., and Neupert, W. (1990). A mitochondrial import receptor for the ADP/ATP carrier. Cell 62, 107-115.

Kiebler, M., Pfaller, R., Söllner, T., Griffiths, G., Horstmann, H., Pfanner, N., and Neupert, W. (1990). Identification of a mitochondrial receptor complex required for recognition and membrane insertion of precursor proteins. Nature 348, 610-616.

Neupert, W., Hartl, F.-U., Craig, E.A., and Pfanner, N. (1990). How do polypeptides cross the mitochondrial membranes? Cell 63, 447-450.

Kang, P.-J., Ostermann, J., Shilling, J., Neupert, W., Craig, E.A., and Pfanner, N. (1990). Requirement for hsp70 in the mitochondrial matrix for translocation and folding of precursor proteins. Nature 348, 137-143.

Söllner, T., Griffiths, G., Pfaller, R., Pfanner, N., and Neupert, W. (1989). MOM19, an import receptor for mitochondrial precursor proteins. Cell 59, 1061-1070.

Pfanner, N., Orci, L., Glick, B.S., Amherdt, M., Arden, S.R., Malhotra, V., and Rothman, J.E. (1989). Fatty acyl-coenzyme A is required for budding of transport vesicles from Golgi cisternae. Cell 59, 95-102.

Pfanner, N., Tropschug, M., and Neupert, W. (1987). Mitochondrial protein import: nucleoside triphosphates are involved in conferring import-competence to precursors. Cell 49, 815-823.