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differs from mitochondrial enzyme
subunits Ef-A, Ef-D, and Ef-H form a cytoplasmic soluble complex, Ef-AHD, which is also associated with the membrane
beta and gamma subunits are integral membrane proteins, alpha subunit is attached to the gamma subunit
Ef-B is a membrane-bound subunit, while subunits Ef-A, Ef-D, and Ef-H form a cytoplasmic soluble complex, Ef-AHD, which is also associated with the membrane
membrane-bound oxaloacetate decarboxylase complex, the alpha-subunit is a peripheral membrane protein on the cytosolic side of the membrane, where it associates with beta- and gamma-subunits that are embedded in the membrane. The beta-subunit is an integral membrane protein with nine transmembrane segments. The small gamma-subunit is an integral membrane protein with a single membrane-spanning helix at the N-terminus
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