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Fractionation and analysis of mitochondria with polycarbonate membrane filters.
Bai C, et al. Anal Biochem 1989. PMID 2757183
Isolated rat liver mitochondria penetrated through filters which have pore sizes larger than 1 micron. In contrast, mitochondria which were induced to aggregate in vitro by incubation at low pH were retained by the filters and thus could be separated from the single or small aggregates of mitochondria. Use of this membrane filtration method to analyze release of mitochondria from isolated hepatocytes showed that treatment with digitonin at concentrations only sufficient to lyse the plasma membrane did not release mitochondria. ...
Isolated rat liver mitochondria penetrated through filters which have pore sizes larger than 1 micron. In contrast, mitochondria
Why mitochondria need a genome.
von Heijne G. FEBS Lett 1986 - Review. PMID 3514271 Free article.
The evolution of the mitochondrial genome towards the compact organization found in the higher eukaryotes is discussed. It is suggested that the machinery for co-translational protein export across the endoplasmic reticulum membrane sets strict limits on the kinds of protein-coding genes that can be successfully transferred from the mitochondrial to the nuclear genome. This hypothesis is in perfect agreement with the pattern of mitochondrially vs nuclearly encoded mitochondrial proteins found in species such as man, mouse, and Xenopus....
The evolution of the mitochondrial genome towards the compact organization found in the higher eukaryotes is discussed. It is suggest …
Lipid composition of mitochondria from bovine heart, liver, and kidney.
Fleischer S, et al. J Lipid Res 1967. PMID 4292227 Free article.
The lipid content of the mitochondria paralleled that of the components of the electron transfer chain, heart mitochondria being richest and liver mitochondria poorest in lipid. Heart mitochondria contain equal concentrations of coenzyme Q and cholesterol (1%); the highest cholesterol content (4.7%) was found in mitochondria from kidney. ...
The lipid content of the mitochondria paralleled that of the components of the electron transfer chain, heart mitochondria bei …
Phospholipid and fatty acid composition in mitochondria from spinach (Spinacia oleracea) leaves and petioles. A comparative study.
Edman K and Ericson I. Biochem J 1987. PMID 3632635 Free PMC article.
Leaf mitochondria were found to contain more phosphatidylcholine than phosphatidylethanolamine compared with petiole mitochondria. ...The C18:2/C18:3 ratio was more than twice as high in all of the phospholipids studied from petiole mitochondria compared with the ratio in leaf mitochondria. ...
Leaf mitochondria were found to contain more phosphatidylcholine than phosphatidylethanolamine compared with petiole mitochondria
Role of lipids in the structure and function of biological membranes
Green DE and Tzagoloff A. J Lipid Res 1966 - Review. PMID 5339381 Free article.
The bulk of the data have been drawn from studies on the mitochondrion, which is assumed to be a model for membranes generally. ...The repeating units of the inner mitochondrial membrane are capable of forming membranes spontaneously. This membrane-forming capability is absolutely dependent on the presence of lipid. ...
The bulk of the data have been drawn from studies on the mitochondrion, which is assumed to be a model for membranes generally. ...Th …
Cholesterol distribution in rat liver and brain mitochondria as determined by stopped-flow kinetics with filipin.
Crémel G, et al. Arch Biochem Biophys 1990. PMID 2321954
Recently, analysis of protein distribution in rat brain mitochondria suggested the existence of distinct cholesterol domains in the outer membrane (Dorbani et al., 1987, Arch. ...Sonication of mitochondria decreased the proportion of cholesterol molecules accessible to filipin. This suggests specific interactions of cholesterol with other mitochondrial components, which occur only in brain mitochondria....
Recently, analysis of protein distribution in rat brain mitochondria suggested the existence of distinct cholesterol domains i …
Biochemical and ultrastructural properties of osmotically lysed rat-liver mitochondria.
Caplan AI and Greenawalt JW. J Cell Biol 1966. PMID 5971644 Free PMC article.
Each membranous element is enclosed by a single, continuous membrane; the "double membrane" organization typical of intact mitochondria is not observed. These findings indicate that the outer membrane of rat-liver mitochondria is spatially dissociated from the inner mitochondrial membrane by osmotic lysis of the mitochondria in distilled water. ...
Each membranous element is enclosed by a single, continuous membrane; the "double membrane" organization typical of intact mitochondria
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