TIM complexes of protein translocators
Definition: the two TIM complexes, TIM22 and TIM23, are multisubunit protein complexes located in the inner membrane of mitochondria; they transport proteins, delivered to the intermembrane space by the TOM complex and into the matrix space, and insert some components of the complex into the inner mitochondrial membrane.
Synonym(s): translocase of inner mitochondrial membrane
See Also: OXA complex of protein translocators
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