Protein TIC 40, chloroplastic - Q9FMD5 (TIC40_ARATH)


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Number of PDB entries for Q9FMD5: 1
Involved in protein precursor import into chloroplasts. Part of the motor complex consisting of a co-chaperone (TIC40) and a chaperone (HSP93) associated with the import channel (TIC110). Causes the release of bound transit peptides from TIC110 and stimulates ATP hydrolysis by HSP93. Involved in reinsertion of proteins from the chloroplast stroma into the inner membrane. (data source: UniProt  )
Subunit structure
Part of the Tic complex. Interacts with HSP93, TIC110 and LTD. (data source: UniProt  )
The STI1 2 domain (386-425) has a stimulatory effect on HSP93 ATP hydrolysis. (data source: UniProt  )
Gene names: TIC40 PDE120 At5g16620 MTG13.6
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