Arnaud Costi

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Evidence that the Ca2+-induced permeabilization of mitochondria is attributable to a reversible Ca2+-activated pore [Al Nasser & Crompton (1986) Biochem. J. 239, 19-29] has been further investigated.(More)
The inner membrane of rat liver mitochondria contains a reversible Ca(2+)-dependent pore, opening of which is largely blocked by cyclosporin A. Analyses of [3H]cyclosporin binding to rat liver(More)