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Joanna Rorbach

Department of Medical Biochemistry and Biophysics
Karolinska Institute
  • 2022 Second Semester

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Mitochondria are essential organelles found in every human cell, required to convert food into usable energy. Mitochondria possess their own genome that is central to their function. Proteins encoded by...

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Yuzuru Itoh, Aas Khawaja, Vivek Sight, Andreas Naschberger, Joanna Rorbach, Alexey Amunts. 2023. Structural basis of streptomycin off-target binding to human mitoribosome. ELife, 8(11), e77460.

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Krüger, Annika, Cristina Remes, Dmitrii Igorevich Shiriaev, Yong Liu, Henrik Spåhr, Rolf Wibom, Ilian Atanassov, Minh Duc Nguyen, Barry S. Cooperman and Joanna Rorbach. 2023. Human mitochondria require mtRF1 for translation termination at non-canonical stop codons. Nature Communications, 14(1), 30.

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Remes, Cristina Remes, Anas Khawaja, Sarah F. Pearce, Adam M. Dinan, Shreekara Gopalakrishna, Miriam Cipullo, Vasileios Kyriakidis, Jingdian Zhang, Xaquin Castro Dopico, Olessya Yukhnovets, Ilian Atanassov, Andrew E. Firth, Barry Cooperman and Joanna Rorbach. 2023. Translation initiation of leaderless and polycistronic transcripts in mammalian mitochondria. Nucleic Acids Research.

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