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“…The fluorescence decrease and the Ca*+ efflux are concommitant with a 1~s~ of the impermeability of the mitochondrial membrane. The effect of CMF, an unknown factor present in the cytosol, which prevents the release of Mg*+ from mitochondria in various conditions: uncoupler action [7], aging [ 151, or action of Ca*+ [8,9] has been previously described. The results of the fig.…”
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“…The fluorescence decrease and the Ca*+ efflux are concommitant with a 1~s~ of the impermeability of the mitochondrial membrane. The effect of CMF, an unknown factor present in the cytosol, which prevents the release of Mg*+ from mitochondria in various conditions: uncoupler action [7], aging [ 151, or action of Ca*+ [8,9] has been previously described. The results of the fig.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
“…This point which was first suggested for the erythrocyte membrane [l-4] may also be applied to other biological membranes: chloroplasts [5,6], and mitochondria. In mitochondria, it has been shown that the total release of the Mg2+ present in the organelle, provoked by an uncoupler, leads to the loss of the impermeability of the mitochondrial membrane [7]. A similar effect is obtained when Ca2+, at a concentration above 100 PM is added to the mitochondria in the absence of a permeant anion e.g.…”
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“…Rat liver mitochondria were prepared from Long Evans male rats in 250 mM sucrose t 30 mM tris-HCl (pH 7.4). Activity assays of CMF were performed as indicated by Kun et al [3] . Mitochondria (6 mg protein) were incubated in 3 ml medium with 0.05 mM DNP and oxygen consumption was followed in a Gilson respirometer.…”
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“…We have indicated [2] the role played by this molecule on Mg2+ membranebound movements. km et al [3] have suggested that this factor could be a small molecule, unstable at acid pH and active at very low concentrations (1O-g-1O-'o M according to estimation made by measuring total organic compounds).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…The slow Mg2+ release is accelerated by Ca2+ [ 1 ] or ADP and an uncoupler [2] . Stimulation by Ca2+ of Mg2+ outflow depends on the oxidation of endogenous substrates [3]' and is prevented by ADP and the cytosolic metabolic factor of Kun and his coworkers [ 1, 2,4] .…”
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