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Permeability of Membrane as a Factor Determining the Rate of Mitochondrial Respiration: Role of Ultrastructure

  • Jerzy Popinigis

Abstract

Despite the great progress made by biochemistry in recent years, there are still problems presented by phenomena the significance of which is unknown. One of these is the role played by transitions in the configurational state of mitochondria. We know that mitochondria may oscillate between two distinct ultrastructural forms, but why is far from being understood. At present, we may say that our rather good knowledge of the mechanisms working at the “molecular level” of mitochondria decreases when we encounter more complex systems and is rather poor at the level of “supramolecular organization.”

Keywords

Mitochondrial Membrane Membrane Permeability Potassium Phosphate Mitochondrial Respiration Configurational State 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Jerzy Popinigis
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  1. 1.Laboratory of Bioenergetics, Department of Physiology and Biochemistry“Jedrzej Sniadecki’ Academy of Physical EducationGdańskPoland

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