MitImpact 3: Modeling the residue interaction network of the Respiratory Chain subunits

Stefano Castellana, Tommaso Biagini, Francesco Petrizzelli, Luca Parca, Noemi Panzironi, Viviana Caputo, Angelo Luigi Vescovi, Massimo Carella, Tommaso Mazza

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Numerous lines of evidence have shown that the interaction between the nuclear and mitochondrial genomes ensures the efficient functioning of the OXPHOS complexes, with substantial implications in bioenergetics, adaptation, and disease. Their interaction is a fascinating and complex trait of the eukaryotic cell that MitImpact explores with its third major release. MitImpact expands its collection of genomic, clinical, and functional annotations of all non-synonymous substitutions of the human mitochondrial genome with new information on putative Compensated Pathogenic Deviations and co-varying amino acid sites of the Respiratory Chain subunits. It further provides evidence of energetic and structural residue compensation by techniques of molecular dynamics simulation. MitImpact is freely accessible at

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)D1282-D1288
JournalNucleic Acids Research
Issue numberD1
StatePublished - Jan 8 2021

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Genetics


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