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Reversible Mitochondrial ATPase as a Model for the Resolution of a Membrane Complex

  • A. E. Senior

Abstract

Quite early David Green coined the term “repeating unit” to express his concept of the self-contained nature of the ATPase enzyme and the electron transfer complexes in the mitochondrial inner membrane. Like many of David’s concepts it underwent many contortions over the years, but in essence it stood the test of time. In the case of the ATPase it provided a basis for rationalization of the multiplicity of “factors” (“coupling,” “energy transfer,” etc.) as components of the overall ATPase complex.

Keywords

Energy Coupling Trypsin Treatment Energy Transduction Electron Transfer Chain Beef Heart 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • A. E. Senior
    • 1
  1. 1.University of Rochester Medical CenterRochesterUSA

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