Function of Quinones in Energy Conserving Systems by Bernard L. Trumpower

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2 ml quartz EPR tube (flat cell) at room temperature. 590 17 1-1. Ubiquinone Proteins of being heterogeneous. A more advantageous point is that the amount of SDH added can adjust the rate of reduction as well as the rate of the ap­ pearance of the Q-radical(s). The reduction of cytochromes b and cx is depicted in Figs. 3A and 3B, and clearly shows that most of the cx is reduced prior to b reduction. Ob­ viously, this is because the Em of cx is higher than that of b. This figure also shows that the fumarate to succinate ratio affects the rates of reduc­ tion of the two cytochromes.

Res. Comm. 99, 1411, and also 101, 326); (3) QP-C has been isolated from the b-c^lW complex. It reconstitutes with the QP-C deficient b-cx-\\\ complex or the b-Ci-IV complex to recover the ubiquinone-cytochrome c reductase ac­ tivity and restore the QP-C radical(s) (Wang, Y. T. and King, T. , Bio­ chem. Biophys. Res. , in press); (4) evidence suggests that there may be two QP-C's corresponding to Q out and Q in for proton motive force Q cycle (Kim, C. H. and King, T. E. (1981) Biochem. Biophys.

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