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Properties of Isolated Subunits of H+-ATPase

  • Yasuo Kagawa

Abstract

H+-ATPase (F0F1) is an H+ pump present in almost all cells (Mitchell, 1979; Racker, 1976; Fillingame, 1980; Kagawa et al., 1979) and is composed of an ATPase (F1) and an H+ channel (F0). F0 and F1 have been found in mitochondria (MF0 and MF1) (Penefsky, 1979), chloroplasts (CF0 and CF1) (Shavit, 1980), and plasma membranes of prokaryotes (Downie et al., 1979) such as Escherichia coli (EF0 and EF1) and the thermophilic bacterium PS3 (TF0 and TF1) (Kagawa, 1978). As the reviews cited above describe details of F0F1, only recent reports on isolated subunits of F0F1 will be discussed here.

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ATPase Activity Catalytic Site Neurospora Crassa Allosteric Site Gate Activity 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Yasuo Kagawa
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  1. 1.Department of BiochemistryJichi Medical SchoolMinamikawachi, Tochigi-kenJapan

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