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1954 19
1955 40
1956 45
1957 41
1958 44
1959 44
1960 62
1961 51
1962 63
1963 73
1964 210
1965 223
1966 215
1967 284
1968 345
1969 351
1970 372
1971 350
1972 436
1973 419
1974 386
1975 352
1976 293
1977 305
1978 205
1979 247
1980 192
1981 158
1982 175
1983 168
1984 192
1985 155
1986 164
1987 134
1988 137
1989 126
1990 136
1991 144
1992 152
1993 126
1994 140
1995 136
1996 147
1997 150
1998 139
1999 130
2000 159
2001 175
2002 173
2003 156
2004 145
2005 156
2006 198
2007 244
2008 274
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2010 299
2011 320
2012 377
2013 407
2014 405
2015 464
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2018 486
2019 212
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Mitochondrial Cristae: Where Beauty Meets Functionality
Cogliati S, et al. Trends Biochem Sci 2016 - Review. PMID 26857402
Recent discoveries have unveiled the relation between cristae shape and oxidative phosphorylation (OXPHOS) function, suggesting that membrane morphology modulates the organization and function of the OXPHOS system, with a direct impact on cellular metabolism. ...
Recent discoveries have unveiled the relation between cristae shape and oxidative phosphorylation (OXPHOS) function, suggestin …
Oxidative phosphorylation.
LEHNINGER AL, et al. Science 1958. PMID 13568809
Oxidative phosphorylation.
LEHNINGER AL and WADKINS CL. Annu Rev Biochem 1962. PMID 14463786
Altered mitochondrial oxidative phosphorylation capacity in horses suffering from polysaccharide storage myopathy.
Tosi I, et al. J Bioenerg Biomembr 2018. PMID 30143916
Microbiopsies were collected from the gluteus medius (gm) and triceps brachii (tb) muscles of PSSM, RUO and healthy controls (HC) horses and used for histological analysis and for assessment of oxidative phosphorylation (OXPHOS) using high-resolution respirometry. ...
Microbiopsies were collected from the gluteus medius (gm) and triceps brachii (tb) muscles of PSSM, RUO and healthy controls (HC) horses and …
Regulation of oxidative phosphorylation through each-step activation (ESA): Evidences from computer modeling.
Korzeniewski B. Prog Biophys Mol Biol 2017 - Review. PMID 27939921
Theoretical studies using the computer model of oxidative phosphorylation (OXPHOS) and the entire cell bioenergetic system developed by the author and co-workers lead to the each-step-activation (ESA) mechanism of the regulation of the system in skeletal muscle, heart and other tissues during work transitions. ...
Theoretical studies using the computer model of oxidative phosphorylation (OXPHOS) and the entire cell bioenergetic system dev …
Targeting Energy Metabolism in Mycobacterium tuberculosis, a New Paradigm in Antimycobacterial Drug Discovery
Bald D, et al. mBio 2017 - Review. PMID 28400527 Free PMC article.
Recently, energy metabolism in mycobacteria, in particular the oxidative phosphorylation pathway, has emerged as an object of intense microbiological investigation and as a novel target pathway in drug discovery. ...We believe that the combination of drugs targeting elements of the oxidative phosphorylation pathway can lead to a completely new regimen for drug-susceptible and multidrug-resistant tuberculosis....
Recently, energy metabolism in mycobacteria, in particular the oxidative phosphorylation pathway, has emerged as an object of …
Towards a Synthetic Mitochondrion
Biner O, et al. Chimia (Aarau) 2018. PMID 29789065 Free article.
In a bottom-up approach using purified membrane proteins and synthetic lipids, we aim to mimic the basic processes of oxidative phosphorylation. ...
In a bottom-up approach using purified membrane proteins and synthetic lipids, we aim to mimic the basic processes of oxidative ph
Metabolic Flexibility in Leukemia-Adapt or Die
Nachmias B and Schimmer AD. Cancer Cell 2018. PMID 30423291 Free article.
LSCs rely on amino acid metabolism to fuel oxidative phosphorylation and cannot compensate with other fuel sources following amino acid depletion. ...
LSCs rely on amino acid metabolism to fuel oxidative phosphorylation and cannot compensate with other fuel sources following a …
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