respiration

Delvac Oceandy Delvac at eijkman.go.id
Tue Nov 26 19:50:45 EST 1996


At 05:09 PM 11/26/96 -0000, you wrote:
>
>Dear Yeast-netters,
>
>Does anyone know which substrate for respiration we can use on isolated
>mitochondria
>(from S.cerevisiae) in order to have different signals of oxygene
>consumption according
> to the concentration of this substrate?
>Welcome to any suggestion. Thanks
>
>
>CHRISTOPHE FLEURY
>
>CNRS-CEREMOD
>9 rue Jules Hetzel
>92190 MEUDON BELLEVUE FRANCE
>
>tel : 33 1 45 07 57 47
>fax : 33 1 45 07 58 90
>e-mail: cfleury at infobiogen.fr
>
>
>
>
You can use either site I substrates or site II substrate.
Site I substrate i.e. :
        Malate + Pyruvate
        Malate + Glutamate
Site II substrate :
        Succinate (with the presence of Rotenone)

Good Luck,

Delvac Oceandy
Jakarta, Indonesia




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