Journal of Cell Biology volume 216, issue 3, P675-693 2017 DOI: 10.1083/jcb.201607019 View full text
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Désirée Schatton, David Pla-Martin, Marie-Charlotte Marx, Henriette Hansen, Arnaud Mourier, Ivan Nemazanyy, Alberto Pessia, Peter Zentis, Teresa Corona, Vangelis Kondylis, Esther Barth, Astrid C. Schauss, Vidya Velagapudi, Elena I. Rugarli et al.

Abstract: CLUH binds mRNAs implicated in intermediate metabolism and oxidative phosphorylation, but the physiological and molecular significance of these interactions is unclear. Schatton et al. use new constitutive and liver-specific Cluh knockouts to define the function of CLUH in catabolic and energy-converting pathways as a regulator of the translation and stability of target mRNAs.