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|Statement||A. Azzi ... [et al.], eds.|
|Contributions||Azzi, A., Instytut Biologii Doświadczalnej im. M. Nenckiego., International Conference on Anion Carriers of Mitochondrial Membranes (1988 : Zakopane, Poland)|
|LC Classifications||QP552.C34 A55 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 381 p. :|
|Number of Pages||381|
|LC Control Number||89005901|
Mitochondria in Higher Plants: Structure, Function, and Biogenesis is a collection and interpretation of information on plant mitochondria. It explains not only the basic enzymology of ATP synthesis coupled to electron transport that seems to constitute the major activity of the mitochondria, but also many other aspects that make plant mitochondria rather more diverse than their animal Book Edition: 1. Mitochondrial Dynamics. Mitochondria are dynamic organelles that are transported on cytoskeletal proteins (mitochondrial trafficking). They fuse and divide (fusion is mediated by OPA1, Mfn1, and Mfn2, and fission is mediated by the proteins fission 1 and Drp1), fragment, swell, extend, and are recycled (mitophagy or vesicle formation) constantly and in a regulated by:
Identification of Mitochondrial Carrier Proteins in the Arabidopsis Genome. Many of the various substrate carriers in the inner membrane of yeast and mammalian mitochondria contain up to three copies of a amino acid sequence motif known as the mitochondrial energy transfer signature (METS; Prosite PDOC): P-x-[DE]-x-[LIVAT]-[RK]-x-[LRH]-[LIVMFY]-[QGAIVM].Cited by: The citrate carrier from maize (Zea mays) shoot mitochondria was solubilized with Triton X and purified by sequential chromatography on hydroxyapatite and hydroxyapatite/celite in the presence of cardiolipin. SDS-gel electrophoresis of the purified fraction showed a single polypeptide band with an apparent molecular mass of 31 kD. When reconstituted into liposomes, the citrate carrier Cited by:
UCPs are mitochondrial carriers catalysing a regulated proton leak across the inner membrane . There are five types of UCP in mammals. There are five types of UCP in mammals. UCP1 is presented exclusively in the inner mitochondrial membrane of brown adipose tissue, and its main function is to catalyse adaptive thermogenesis [ 98 ].Cited by: 6. Mitochondrial Monovalent Cation Carriers Mitochondrial Ca2+ Transport Mitochondrial Metabolite (Anion) Carriers Bacterial Transport Transport (Movement) of Bacterial Cells Transport of Macromolecules Across Membranes 9 Endpiece Connections To Membranes In General References IndexBook Edition: 1.
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All relevant structural and functional aspects of the Anion Carriers of Mitochondrial Membranes as well as isolation procedures, reconstitution experiments and biogenesis of the carriers, kinetics of transport as well as the metabolic regulation mechanisms are treated in this : Paperback.
All relevant structural and functional aspects of the Anion Carriers of Mitochondrial Membranes as well as isolation procedures, reconstitution experiments and biogenesis of the carriers, kinetics of transport as well as the metabolic regulation mechanisms are treated in this volume.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Proceedings of the International Conference on Anion Carriers of Mitochondrial Membranes, held July, in Zakopane, Poland, organized by the Nencki Institute of Experimental Biology.
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Anion Carriers of Mitochondrial Membranes. [A Azzi; Katarzyna A Nałęz; Maciej J Nałęcz; Lech Wojtczak] -- In order to provide a functional organisation of the various biochemical processes, the intracellular environment is subdivided into compartments formed by organelles.
Mitochondria serve to restore. Mitochondrial carriers are proteins from a solute carrier family which transfer molecules across the membranes of the mitochondria.
Mitochondrial carriers are also classified in the Transporter Classification Mitochondrial Carrier (MC) Superfamily has been expanded to include both the original Mitochondrial Carrier (MC) family and the Mitochondrial Inner/Outer Membrane Fusion (MMF InterPro: IPR The mitochondrial carrier family is a large protein family in the mitochondrial inner membrane Anion carriers of mitochondrial membranes book functions as metabolite transporters to mediate the passage of ions, nucleotides, and metabolites between the matrix and intermembrane space [16–18].Yeast has ~35 carriers, and examples include the ADP/ATP carrier (AAC), the phosphate carrier (PiC), and the mammalian uncoupling proteins (UCPs).
The mitochondrial dicarboxylate carrier (DIC) is an integral membrane protein encoded by the SLC25A10 gene in humans that catalyzes the transport of dicarboxylates such as malonate, malate, and succinate across the inner mitochondrial membrane in exchange for phosphate, sulfate, and thiosulfate by a simultaneous antiport mechanism, thus supplying substrates for the Krebs cycle, gluconeogenesis Aliases: SLC25A10, DIC, solute carrier family 25.
Anion Channels of Mitochondria. A plethora of ion channels and transporters are present in the mitochondrial inner and outer membranes which work in concert to preserve the ionic equilibrium.
Thus, mitochondria-targeted penetrating cations can serve as carriers of hydrophobic anions across bilayer lipid membranes. Discover the world's research 17+ million members.
Many of the properties of the proposed mitochondrial anion carriers, i.e. the high specificity, the existence of specific inhibitors, the saturation kinetics, the different distribution in various tissues and species and the inhibition by SH reagents have pointed to the protein nature of these transport systems.
Their isolation, however, has Cited by: 1. This chapter discusses mitochondrial monovalent cation carriers, mitochondrial Ca 2+ transport, mitochondrial metabolite (anion) carriers, bacterial transport, transport (movement) of bacterial cells, and transport of macromolecules across membranes.
Mitochondria from vertebrate sources possess potent pathways for the uptake and efflux of Ca 2+.When exposed to Ca 2+ concentrations in excess of.
Anion Carriers of Mitochondrial Membranes In order to provide a functional organisation of the various biochemical processes, the intracellular environment is subdivided into compartments formed by : 1.
Author(s): Azzi,A(Angelo); Instytut Biologii Doświadczalnej im. Nenckiego.; International Conference on Anion Carriers of Mitochondrial Membranes,( Zakopane, Poland) Title(s): Anion carriers of mitochondrial membranes/ A. Azzi. Despite the high density, expression of mitochondrial inner membrane anion carriers such as the DIC and OGC are very low in NRKE cells.
This enables expression of a desired amount of carrier proteins to further study their roles in cellular function and chemical toxicity [ 33, 34 ].Cited by: Function and Regulation of Mitochondrial oltage-Dependent V Anion Channel Tatiana K.
a and Rostov Servtsegey M. v Bezruko Abstract The voltage-dependent anion channel (VDAC) is the major protein of the mitochondrial outer membrane (MOM). It is now generally accepted that this chan. Gated ion transport across biological membranes is an intrinsic process regulated by protein channels.
Synthetic anion carriers (anionophores) have potential applications in biological research; however, previously reported examples are mostly nonspecific, capable of mediating both electrogenic and electroneutral (nonelectrogenic) transport by: Klingenberg M () The ADP/ATP carrier in mitochondrial membranes.
In: Martonosi AN (ed) The Enzymes of Biological Membranes: Membrane Transport, vol 4. Cited by: 2. Mitochondrial functions extend far beyond energy production in the form of ATP.
Mitochondria play a crucial role in Ca2+ homeostasis, in steroid biosynthesis, and in programmed cell death and as a source of the endogenous toxic reactive oxy-gen species (ROS) in the cell.
The involvement of mitochondrial membranes in all. At the same time, the decreased ΔΨ and ΔpH, as well as the increased ROS generation, may impair anion carriers; as a consequence, the anion transport across the inner mitochondrial membrane may shift from the energy-dependent anion carriers toward the electrophoretic flux through the by: 7.
Lipids are the building blocks of cellular membranes and are synthesized at distinct parts of the cell. A precise control of lipid synthesis and distribution is crucial for cell function and survival. The endoplasmic reticulum (ER) is the major lipid-synthesizing organelle.
However, a subset of lipids is synthesized within mitochondria, and this aspect has become a focus of recent lipid by: Anion recognition plays a critical role in a range of biological processes, and a variety of receptors and carriers can be found throughout the natural world.
Chemists working in the area of supramolecular chemistry have created a range of anion receptors, drawing inspiration from nature as Pages: The rate of production of ROS depends on the concentration of electron carriers that are able to reduce molecular oxygen and type of electron carriers, which have different rate of electron release and supply among different electron carriers.
A cell's two DNA genomes are still not aware of how mitochondrial membranes are assembled, showing.