The proteins, including enzymes, that are brought into the mitochondrial matrix are usually taken up from the cytosol. The subsequent transport of these proteins are facilitated by multi-subunit protein complexes operating as translocators.
Enzymes that drive the Krebs cycle (a.k.a. citric acid cycle), which takes place in the mitochondrial matrix, most likely rely on _____ for transport.
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