1. Brown, D. R., C. M. Koehler, G. L. Lindberg, A. E. Freeman, J. E. Mayfield, A. M. Myers, M. M. Schutz, and D. C. Beitz. 1989. Molecular analysis of cytoplasmic genetic variation in Holstein cows. J. Anim. Sci. 67:1926-1932. [Pubmed link]

2. Lindberg, G. L., B. B. Shank, M. F. Rothschild, J. E. Mayfield, A. E. Freeman, C. M. Koehler, and D. C. Beitz. 1989. Characteristics of mammary mitochondria in lines of mice genetically divergent for milk production. J. Dairy Sci. 72:1175-1181. [Pubmed link]

3. Koehler, C. M., G. L. Lindberg, D. R. Brown, D. C. Beitz, A. E. Freeman, J. E. Mayfield, and A. M. Myers. 1991. Replacement of bovine mitochondrial DNA by a sequence variant within a single generation. Genetics 129:247-255. [Pubmed link]

4. Lindberg, G.L., C. M. Koehler, J. E. Mayfield, A. M. Myers, and D. C. Beitz. 1992. Recovery of mitochondrial DNA from blood leukocytes using detergent lysis. Biochem. Genet. 27-33. [Pubmed link]

5. Blacketer, M. J., C. M. Koehler, S. G. Coats, A. M. Myers, and P. M. Madaule. 1993. Regulation of dimorphism in Saccharomyces cerevisiae: Involvement of the novel protein kinase homolog Elm1p and protein phosphatase 2A. Mol. Cell. Biol. 13:5567-5581. [Pubmed link]

6. Schutz, M. M., A. E. Freeman, G. L. Lindberg, C. M. Koehler, and D. C. Beitz. 1994. The effect of mitochondrial DNA on milk production and health of dairy cattle. Livest. Prod. Sci. 37:283-295. [Pubmed link]

7. Koehler, C. M., and A. M. Myers. 1997. Serine-threonine protein kinase activity of Elm1p a regulator of morphologic differentiation in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. FEBS Lett. 408:109-114. [Pubmed link]

8. Koehler, C. M., E. Jarosch, K. Tokatlidis, K. Schmid, R. J. Schweyen, and G. Schatz. 1998. Import of mitochondrial carriers mediated by essential proteins of the intermembrane space. Science 279:369-373. [Pubmed link]

9. Komiya, T., S. Rospert, C. M. Koehler, R. Looser, G. Schatz, and K. Mihara. 1998. Interaction of mitochondrial targeting signals with acidic receptor domains along the protein import pathway: Evidence for the "acid chain" hypothesis. EMBO J. 17: 3886-3898. [Pubmed link]

10. Koehler, C. M., S. Merchant, W. Oppliger, K. Schmid, E. Jarosch, L. Dolfini, T. Junne, G. Schatz, and K. Tokatlidis. 1998. Tim9p, an essential partner of Tim10p for the import of mitochondrial carriers. EMBO J, 17:6477-6486. [Pubmed link]

11. Koehler, C. M., D. Leuenberger, S. Merchant, A. Renold, T. Junne, and G. Schatz. 1999. Human deafness dystonia syndrome is a mitochondrial disease. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. (USA) 96:2141-2146. [Pubmed link]

12. Koehler, C. M., S. Merchant, and G. Schatz. 1999. How membrane proteins travel across the mitochondrial intermembrane space. Trends Biochem. Sci. 24:428-432. [Pubmed link]

13. Leuenberger, D., N. Bally, G. Schatz, and C. M. Koehler. 1999. Different import pathways through the mitochondrial intermembrane space for inner membrane proteins. EMBO J. 18:4816-4822. [Pubmed link]

14. Renold, A., C. M. Koehler, and M. P. Murphy. 2000. Mitochondrial import of the long and short isoforms of human uncoupling protein 3. FEBS Lett. 465:135-140. [Pubmed link]

15. Koehler, C. M., M. P. Murphy, N. A. Bally, D. Leuenberger, W. Oppliger, L. Dolfini, T. Junne, G. Schatz, and E. Or. 2000. Tim18p, a novel subunit of the mitochondrial inner membrane complex that mediates import of inner membrane proteins. Mol. Cell. Biol 20:1187-1193. [Pubmed link]

16. Dyall, S. M., C. M. Koehler, M. G. Delgadillo, P. J. Bradley, E. Pl�mper, D. Leuenberger, C. W. Turck, and P. J. Johnson. 2000. The presence of mitochondria carrier in the hydrogenosomal membranes: conservation of membrane targeting pathways indicated a progenitor organelle gave rise to hydrogenosomes and mitochondria. Mol. Cell. Biol. 20:2488-2497. [Pubmed link]

17. Patterson, S. D., C. S. Spahr, E. Daugas, S. A. Susin, T. Irinopoulou, C. Koehler, and G. Kroemer. 2000. Mass spectrometric identification of proteins released from mitochondria undergoing permeability transition. Cell Death Differ. 7:137-144. [Pubmed link]

18. C. M. Koehler. 2000. Protein translocation pathways of the mitochondrion. FEBS Lett. 476:27-31. [Pubmed link]

19. Murphy, M. P., D. Leuenberger, S. P. Curran, W. Oppliger, and C. M. Koehler. 2001. The essential function of the small Tim proteins in the TIM22 import pathway does not depend on formation of the soluble 70-kilodalton complex. Mol. Cell. Biol. 21:6132-6138. [Pubmed link]

20. Roesch, K., S. P. Curran, L. Tranebjaerg, and C. M. Koehler. 2002. Human deafness dystonia syndrome is caused by a defect in assembly of the DDP1/TIMM8a-TIMM13 complex. Hum. Mol. Genet. 11:477-486. [Pubmed link]

21. Curran, S. P., D. Leuenberger, W. Oppliger, and C. M. Koehler. 2002. The Tim9p-Tim10p complex binds to the transmembrane domains of the ADP/ATP carrier. EMBO J. 21:942-953. [Pubmed link]

22. Curran, S. P., D. Leuenberger, E. Schmidt, and C. M. Koehler. 2002. The role of the Tim8p-Tim13p complex in a conserved import pathway for mitochondrial polytopic inner membrane proteins. J. Cell Biol. 158:1017-1027. [Pubmed link]

23. Roesch, K., L. Tranebjaerg, and C. M. Koehler. 2002. How do defects in mitochondrial protein import lead to deafness. In Tranbjaerg, L., Christensen-Dalsgaard, J., Andersen, T. and Poulsen, T. (eds.), 19th Danavox Symposium: Genetics and the function of the auditory system. Homens Trykkeri, Kolding, Denmark, Vol. 19, pp. 139-154. [Pubmed link]

24. Leuenberger, D., S. P. Curran, D. Wong, and C. M. Koehler. 2003. The role of Tim9p in assembly of the TIM22 import complexes. Traffic 4:144-152. [Pubmed link]

25. Koehler, C. M. 2003. Import and assembly. In Holt, I. (ed.) Genetics of Mitochondrial Diseases. Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 47-68. [Pubmed link]

26. Dyall, S.D., D. C. Lester, R. E. Schneider, M. G. Delgadillo-Correa, E. Plumper, A. Martinez, C. M. Koehler, and P. J. Johnson. 2003. Trichomonas vaginalis Hmp35, a putative pore-forming hydrogenosomal membrane protein, can form a complex in yeast mitochondria. J. Biol. Chem. 278:30548-30461. [Pubmed link]

27. van der Bliek, A. M., and C. M. Koehler. 2003. A mitochondrial rhomboid protease. Dev. Cell. 4:769-770. [Pubmed link]

28. Leuenberger, D., S. P. Curran, and C. M. Koehler. 2004. Structure, bioenergetics, and biogenesis of mitochondria. In Mullins, C. (ed.) The Biogenesis of Cellular Organelles. Landes Bioscience, Georgetown, pp138-163. [Pubmed link]

29. Koehler, C. M. 2004. The small Tim proteins and the twin CX3C motif. Trends Biochem. Sci.1:1-4. [Pubmed link]

30. Roesch, K., P. H. Hynds, R. Varga, L. Tranebjaerg, and C. M. Koehler. 2004. The calcium-binding apartate/glutamate carriers, citrin and aralar1, are new substrates for the DDP1/TIMM8a-TIMM13 complex. Hum. Mol. Genet. 13:2101-2111. [Pubmed link]

31. Curran, S. P., D. Leuenberger, E. P. Leverich, D. K. Hwang, K. N. Beverly, and C. M. Koehler. 2004. The role of Hot13p and redox chemistry in the mitochondrial TIM22 import pathway. J. Biol. Chem. 279:43744-43751. [Pubmed link]

32. Curran, S. P. and Koehler, C. M. 2004. Mitochondrial biogenesis. Protein import into and across the inner membrane. In Koehler, C.M. and Bauer, M.F. (eds.), Topics in Current Genetics: Mitochondrial Function and Biogenesis. Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, Vol. 8, pp. 59-80. [Pubmed link]

33. Koehler, C. M. 2004. New developments in mitochondrial assembly. Ann. Rev. Cell. Dev. Biol. 20:309-335. [Pubmed link]

34. Curran, S. P., E. P. Leverich, C. M. Koehler, and P. L. Larsen. 2004. Defective mitochondrial protein translocation precludes normal Caenorhabditis elegans development. J. Biol. Chem. 279:54655-54662. [Pubmed link]

35. Likic V. A., A. Perry, J. Hulett, M. Derby, A. Traven, R. F. Waller, P. J. Keeling, C. M. Koehler, S. P. Curran, P. R. Gooley, and T. Lithgow. 2005. Patterns that define the four domains conserved in known and novel isoforms of the protein import receptor Tom20. J. Mol. Biol. 347:81-93. [Pubmed link]

36. Koehler, C. M. and D. K. Hwang. 2005. Protein translocation across membranes. In Meyers, R. A. (ed.), Encyclopedia of Molecular Cell Biology and Molecular Medicine. Wiley-VCH, Weinheim, Vol. 11, pp. 287-308.

37. Claypool, S. M. and C. M. Koehler. 2005. Hereditary Spastic Paraplegia: respiratory choke or unactivated substrate? Cell 123:183-185. [Pubmed link]

38. Koehler, C. M., K. N. Beverly, and E. P. Leverich. 2006. Redox Pathways of the Mitochondrion. Antioxid. Redox Signal. 8:813-822.

39. Claypool, S. M., J. M. McCaffery, and C. M. Koehler. 2006. Mitochondrial mislocalization and altered assembly of a cluster of Barth syndrome mutant tafazzins. J. Cell Biol. 174:379-390. [Pubmed link]

40. Chen H.-W., R. N. Rainey, C. E. Balatoni, D. W. Dawson, J. J. Troke, S. Wasiak, J. Hong, H. Mcbride, C. M. Koehler, M. A. Teitell, and S. W. French.. 2006. Mammalian PNPase is an intermembrane space ribonuclease that maintains mitochondrial homeostasis. Mol. Cell. Biol. 26:8475-8487. [Pubmed link]

41. Rainey, R. N., J. D. Glavin, H.-W. Chen, S. W. French, M. A. Teitell, and C. M. Koehler, 2006. A new function in translocation for the mitochondrial i-AAA protease Yme1: Import of PNPase into the intermembrane space. Mol. Cell. Biol. 26:8488-8497. [Pubmed link]

42. French, S. W., D. W. Dawson, H.-W. Chen, R. N. Rainey, S. A. Sievers, C. E. Balatoni, L. Wong, J. J. Troke, M. T. N. Nguyen, C. M. Koehler, and M. A. Teitell. 2007. The TCL1 oncoprotein binds the RNase PH domains of the PNPase exoribonuclease without affecting its RNA degrading activity. Cancer Lett. 248:198-210. [Pubmed link]

43. Stuart, R. A. and C. M. Koehler. 2007. In Vitro Analysis of Yeast Mitochondrial Protein Import. In Morgan, K. (ed.) Current Protocols in Cell Biology 11.19.1-11.19.20.

44. Lu, G., S. Ren, P. Korge, J, Choi, Y. Dong, J. Weiss, C. Koehler, J.N. Chen, and Y. Wang. 2007. A novel mitochondrial matrix serine/threonine protein phosphatase regulates the mitochondria permeability transition pore and is essential for cellular survival and development. Genes Dev. 21:784-796. [Pubmed link]

45. Hwang, D. K., S. M. Claypool, H. D. Tienson, D. Leuenberger, and C. M. Koehler. 2007. Tim54p mediates assembly of the i-AAA protease Yme1p. J. Cell Biol.178:1161-75. [Pubmed link]

46. Oktay, Y., R. N. Rainey, and C. M. Koehler. 2007. The function of TIM22 in the insertion of inner membrane proteins in mitochondria. In Dalbey, R. E., Koehler, C. M., and Tamanoi, F. (eds.) The Enzymes: Molecular Machines Involved in Protein Trasnport across Membrane. 25:367-386.

47. Sediva, A., C. I. E. Smith, A. C. Asplund, J. Hadac, A. Janda, J. Zeman, H. Hansikova; L. Dvorakova, L. Mrazova, S. Velbri, C. Koehler, K. Roesch, K. E. Sullivan, T. Futatani, and H. Ochs. 2007. Contiguous X-chromosome deletion syndrome encompassing the BTK, TIMM8A, TAF7L and DRP2 genes. J. Clin. Immunol. In Press. [Pubmed link]

48. Dabir, D. V., E. P. Leverich, S.-K. Kim, F. D. Tsai, M. Hirasawa, D. B. Knaff, and C. M. Koehler. 2007. A role for cytochrome c and cytochrome c peroxidase in electron shuttling from Erv1. EMBO J. In Press. [Pubmed link]

49. Chen, H.-W., C. M. Koehler, and M. A. Teitell. 2007. Human polynucleotide phosphorylase: Location matters. Trends Cell Biol. 17:600-608.[Pubmed link]

50. Gebert, N., A. Chacinska, K. Wagner, B. Guiard, C. M. Koehler, P. Rehling, N. Pfanner, and N. Wiedemann. 2008. Assembly of the three small Tim proteins precedes docking to the mitochondrial carrier translocase. EMBO Rep. 9:548-554. [Pubmed link]

51. Walsh, S. and C. M. Koehler. 2008. Gazing at translocation in the mitochondrion. Cell. 134:382-383. [Pubmed link]

52. Claypool, S. M., Y. Oktay, P. Boontheung, J. A. Loo, and C. M. Koehler. 2008. Cardiolipin defines the interactome of the major ADP/ATP carrier protein of the mitochondrial inner membrane. J. Cell. Biol. 182:937-950. [Pubmed link]

53. Beverly, K. N., M, R. Sawaya, E. Schmid, and C. M. Koehler. 2008. The Tim8-Tim13 complex has multiple substrate binding sites and binds cooperatively to Tim23. J. Mol. Biol. 382:1144-1156. [Pubmed link]

54. Claypool, S. M., P. Boontheung, J. M. McCaffery, J. A. Loo, and C. M. Koehler. 2008. The cardiolipin transacylase, Tafazzin, associates with two distinct respiratory components providing insight into Barth syndrome. Mol. Biol. Cell. 19:5143-5155. [Pubmed link]

55. Koehler, C. M. and H. L. Tienson. 2009. Redox regulation of protein folding in the mitochondrial intermembrane space. Biochim Biophys Acta. 1793:139-145. [Pubmed link]

56. Lu, G., H. Sun, P. Korge, C. M. Koehler, J. N. Weiss, and Y. Wang. 2009. Functional characterization of a mitochondrial Ser/Thr protein phosphatase in cell death regulation. Methods Enzymol. 457:255-273. [Pubmed link]

57. Tienson, H. L., D. V. Dabir, S. E. Neal, R. Loo, S. A. Hasson, P. Boontheung, S.-K. Kim, J. A. Loo, and C. M. Koehler. 2009. Reconstitution of the Mia40-Erv1 oxidative folding pathway for the small Tim proteins. Mol. Biol. Cell. 20:3481-3490. [Pubmed link]

58. Chacinska A., C. M. Koehler, D. Milenkovic, T. Lithgow, and N. Pfanner. 2009. Importing mitochondrial proteins: machineries and mechanisms. Cell 138:628-644. [Pubmed link]

59. Area-Gomez, E., A. J. de Groof, I. Boldogh, T. D. Bird, G. E. Gibson, C. M. Koehler, W. H. Yu, K. E. Duff, M. P. Yaffe, L.A. Pon, and E. A. Schon. 2009. Presenilins are enriched in endoplasmic reticulum membranes associated with mitochondria. Am. J. Pathol. In Press. [Pubmed link]

60. Hasson S.A., Damoiseaux R., Glavin J.D., Dabir D.V., Walker S.S, and C.M. Koehler. 2010. Substrate specificity of the TIM22 mitochondrial import pathway revealed with small molecule inhibitor of protein translocation. Proc Natl Acad Sci. 107(21): 9578-83. [Pubmed link]

61.  Zaltsman, Y., L. Shachnai, N. Yivgi-Ohana, M. Schwarz, M. Maryanovich, R. H. Houtkooper, F. M. Vaz, F. De Leonardis, G. Fiermonte, F. Palmieri, B. Gillissen, P. T. Daniel, E. Jimenez, S. Walsh, C. M. Koehler, S. S. Roy, L. Walter, G. Hajnóczky, and A. Gross.  2010.  MTCH2/MIMP is a major facilitator of tBID recruitment to mitochondria.  Nature Cell. Biol. 12:553-662.[Pubmed link]

62.  Curado, S., E. A. Ober, S. J. Walsh, P. Cortes-Hernandez, H. Verkade, C. M. Koehler, and D. Y. Stainier.  2010.  The mitochondrial import gene Tomm22 is specifically required for hepatocyte survival and provides a model for liver regeneration. Dis. Model. Mech. 3:486-495.[Pubmed link]

63. Wang G., Chen H.W., Oktay Y., Zhang J., Allen E.L., Smith G.M., Fan K.C., Hong J.S., French S.W., McCaffery J.M., Lightwolers R.N., Morse H.C. 3rd., Koehler C.M., Teitell M.A. 2010. PNPASE regulates RNA import into mitochondria. Cell 142 (3): 456-67. [Pubmed link]

64. Claypool S.M., Whited K., Srijumnong S., Han X., Koehler C.M.. 2011. Barth syndrome mutations that cause tafazzin complex lability. J Cell Bio. 192(3): 447-62. [Pubmed link]

65. Zhang J., Khvorostov I., Hong JS., Oktay Y., Vergnes L., Neubel E., Wahjudi P.N., Setoguchi K., Wang G., Do A., Jung H.J., McCaffery J.M., Kurland I.J.,Reue K., Lee W.N., Koehler C.M.., Teitell M.A. 2011. UCP2 regulates energy metabolism and differentation potential of human pluripotent stem cells. EMBO J. 30(24): 4860-73 [Pubmed link]

66. Wang,G., E. Shimada, C. M. Koehler, and M. A. Teitell. 2011.  PNPase and RNA trafficking into mitochondria.  Biochim. Biophys.Acta 1819:998-1007.[Pubmed link]

67. Claypool S.M., Koehler C.M.. 2012. The complexity of cardiolipin in health and disease. Trends Biochem Sci 37(1): 32-41. [Pubmed link]

68. Wang G., Shimada E., Zhang J., Hong J.S., Smith G.M., Teitell M.A., Koehler C.M.. 2012. Correcting human mitochondrial mutations with targeted RNA import. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 109 (13): 4840-5[Pubmed link]

69. Bourens M., Dabir DV., Tienson HL., Sorokina I., Koehler C.M.., Barrientos A. 2012. Role of twin Cys-Xaa9-Cys motif cysteines in mitochondrial import of cytochrome C oxidase biogenesis factor Cmc1 J Biol Chem. 287(37): 31258-69 [Pubmed link]

70. Zhang J., Neubel E., Daley GQ., Koehler C.M.., Teitell M.A. 2012. Metabolic regulation in pluripotent stem cells during reprogramming and self-renewal. Cell Stem Cell 11(5): 589-95 [Pubmed link]

71. von Ameln, S., G. Wang, R. Boulouiz, M. A. Rutherford, G. M. Smith, Y. Li, H. M. Pogoda, G. Nuernberg, B. Stiller, A. D. Volk, G. Borck, J. S. Hong, R. J. Goodyear, O. Abidi, P. Nuernberg, K. Hoffman, G. P. Richardson, M. Hammerschmidt, T. Moser, B. Wollnick, C. M. Koehler, M. A. Teitell, A. Barakat, C. Kubish.  2012.  A mutation in PNPT1, encoding a mitochondrial RNA import protein PNPase, causes hereditary hearing loss.  Am. J. Hum. Genet.  91:919-927.  [Pubmed link]

72.  Zhang, J., E. Nuebel, D. R. Wisidagama, K. Setoguchi, J. S. Hong, C. M. Van Horn, S. S. Imam, L. Vergnes, C. S. Malone, C. M. Koehler, and M. A. Teitell.  2012.  Measuring energy metabolism in cultured cells, including human pluripotent stem cells and differentiated cells.  Nature Protoc. 7:1068-1085. [Pubmed link]  

73. Dabir DV., Hasson SA., Setoguchi K., Johnson ME., Wongkongkathep P., Douglas CJ., Zimmerman J., Damoiseaux R., Teitell MA., Koehler C.M.. 2013. A small molecule inhibitor of redox-regulated protein translocation into mitochondria. Dev Cell 25(1): 81-92 [Pubmed link]

74.  Levesque, M. P., J. Krauss, C. Koehler, C. Boden, and M. P. Harris.  2013.  New Tools for the Identification of Developmentally Regulated Enhancer Regions in Embryonic and Adult Zebrafish.  Zebrafish.  10:21-29.[Pubmed link]

75.  Arango, N. A., L. Li, D. Dabir, F. Nicolau, R. Pieretti-Vanmarcke, C. Koehler, J. R. McCarrey, N. Lu, and P. K. Donahoe.  2013.  Meiosis I arrest abnormalities lead to severe oligozoospermia in meiosis 1 arresting protein (M1ap)-deficient mice.  Biol. Reprod. 88:1-11.[Pubmed link]

76.  Hildick-Smith, G. J., J. D. Clooney, C. Garone, L.S. Kremer, T. B. Haack, J. N. Thon, N. Miyata, D. S. Lieber, S. E. Calvo, H. O. Akman, Y. Y. Yien, N. C. Huston, D. S. Branco, D. I. Shah, M. L. Freedman, C. M. Koehler, J. E. Italiano Jr, A. Merkenschlager, S. Beblo, T. M. Strom, T. Meitinger, P. Freisinger, M. A. Donati, H. Prokisch, V. K. Mootha, S. DiMauro, and B. H. Paw.  2013.  Macrocytic anemia and mitochondriopathy resulting from a defect in sideroflexin 4.  Am. J. Human. Genet. 93:906-914.[Pubmed link]

77. Herndon, J. D., S. M. Claypool, and C. M. Koehler.  2013. The Taz1p transacylase is imported and sorted into the outer mitochondrial membrane via a membrane anchor domain.  Euk. Cell 12:1600-1608. [Pubmed link]

78. Miyata N., Steffen J., Johnson ME., Fargue S., Danpure CJ., Koehler C.M..2013. Pharmacologic rescue of an enzyme trafficking defect in primary hyperoxaluria 1. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 111(40): 14406-11 [Pubmed link]

79.   Yien, Y.Y., R. F. Robledo, I. J. Schultz, N. Takahashi-Makise, B. Gwynn, D. E. Bauer, A. Dass, G. Yi, L. Li, G. J. Hildick-Smith, J. D. Cooney, E. L. Pierce, K. Mohler, T. A. Dailey, N. Miyata, P. D. Kingsley, C. Garone, S. M. Hattangadi, J. Huang, W. Chen, E. M. Keenan, D. I. Shah, T. M. Schlaeger, S. DiMauro, S. H. Orkin, A. B. Cantor, J. Palis, C. M. Koehler, H.F. Lodish,. Kaplan, D. M. Ward, H. A. Dailey, J. D. Phillips, L. L. Peters, and B. H. Paw. 2014.  TMEM14C is required for erythroid mitochondrial heme metabolism.  J. Clin. Invest. 124:429404304.[Pubmed link]

80.  Xie, Y., J. Zhang, Y. Lin, X. Gaeta, X. Meng, D. R. Wisidagama, J. Cinkornpumin, C. M. Koehler, C. S. Malone, M. A. Teitell, and W. E. Lowry.  2014.  Defining the role of oxygen tension in human neural progenitor fate. Stem Cell Reports 3:743-757. [Pubmed link]

81.  Steffen, J. and C.M. Koehler.  2015.  The great escape:  Mgr2 of the mitochondrial TIM23 translocon is a gatekeeper tasked with releasing membrane proteins.  Mol. Cell 56:613-614.[Pubmed link]

82.  Wang, G., E. Shimada, M. Nili, C. M. Koehler, and M.A. Teitell.  2015.  Mitochondria-targeted RNA import.  Methods Mol. Biol. 1264:107-116.  In Weissig, V. and Edeas, M., eds.: Springer’s Methods in Molecular Biology Mitochondrial Medicine, 2015.  [Pubmed link]

83. Neal SE., Dabir DV., Tienson HL., Horn DM., Glaeser K., Ogozalek Loo RR., Barrientos A., Koehler C.M. . 2015. Mia40 protein serves as an electron sink in the Mia40-Erv1 import pathway. J Biol Chem 290(34): 2080-14 [Pubmed link]

editied books

1. Koehler, C.M. and Bauer, M.F. (eds.), Topics in Current Genetics: Mitochondrial Function and Biogenesis. Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, Vol. 8, pp. 333.

2. Dalbey, R. E., Koehler, C. M., and Tamanoi, F. (eds.) The Enzymes: Molecular Machines Involved in Protein Trasnport across Membranes. Elsevier, Oxford, Vol. 25, pp.635.