2 edition of Biochemistry and biophysics of mitochondrial membranes found in the catalog.
Biochemistry and biophysics of mitochondrial membranes
International Symposium on Biochemistry and Biophysics of Mitochondrial Membranes, Bressanone, 1971
|Contributions||Azzone, G. F.|
|LC Classifications||QH603 M5 I57 1971|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||714|
Next, the association of M19 with mitochondrial membranes was examined. When mitochondria isolated from HeLa cells were sonicated and treated with alkali solution after sonication, most of the M19 remained in the membrane pellets (ppt.) (Fig. 3 E, lanes 3 and 5).Cited by: Organelle membranes. Bias of lipid composition also exists with respect to organelle membranes. The unusual diphosphodiglycerolipid known as cardiolipin, for example, is almost only found in mitochondrial membranes (see HERE) and like phosphatidylserine, its movement is an important step in apoptosis.
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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 energy-rich compounds, while energy is mainly consumed in the cytosolic space. Molecules involved in. 1. Annu Rev Biochem. ; Membrane biochemistry. Rothfield L, Finkelstein A. PMID: [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE] Publication Types.
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Vol number 2 FEBS LETTERS November Meeting Report THE BIOCHEMISTRY AND BIOPHYSICS OF MITOCHONDRIAL MEMBRANES. A report on the International Symposium held in Bressanone, Italy, June M.
KLINGENBERG Institut fur Physiologische Chemie and Physikalische Biochemie der Universitat Munchen, Munc Germany Received 17 August The Cited by: 2. Misfolded and misassembled mitochondrial proteins Researchers have found that inhibition of mtDNA replication, accumulation of orphaned mitochondrial complex subunits or harmful protein aggregates and ROS all can create an excessive amount of misfolded mitochondrial proteins in.
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biochemistry; mitochondria; proteomics; Mitochondria are iconic structures in biochemistry and cell biology. Their unmistakable double-membrane architecture rife with tortuous cristae—first revealed to the world in detail by the electron micrographs of Palade and Sjostrand in the early s (Palade Biochemistry and biophysics of mitochondrial membranes book Sjostrand )—are recognizable to anyone who has taken a high school.
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The topics to be covered in this Special Issue entitled “Biochemistry and Biophysics of Archaea Membranes” include but are not limited to the following: The structural characterization of newly found native or newly synthesized archaeal lipids; - Lipidomics or proteomics of archaea membranes.
Membrane Transport, Structure, Function, and Biogenesis Vytas Bankaitis University Distinguished Professor, E.L.
Wehner-Welch Foundation Chair in Chemistry, Professor of Molecular and Cellular Medicine and of Biochemistry and Biophysics. The dynamic properties of protein and lipid regions of mitochondrial membranes during the permeability transition (PT) process were studied by following the anisotropy changes of hematoporphyrin (HP) and 1,6-diphenyl-1,3,5-hexatriene (DPH), respectively.
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