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Biochemical properties of subsarcolemmal and interfibrillar mitochondria isolated from rat cardiac muscle.
Two populations of mitochondria were observed upon ultrastructural examination of cardiac muscle tissue, one located directly beneath the sarcolemma (subsarcolemmal mitochondria) and another betweenExpand
Mitochondrial dysfunction in cardiac disease: ischemia--reperfusion, aging, and heart failure.
Mitochondria contribute to cardiac dysfunction and myocyte injury via a loss of metabolic capacity and by the production and release of toxic products. This article discusses aspects of mitochondrialExpand
A study of fixation of early amphibian embryos for electron microscopy.
  • M. Kalt, B. Tandler
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of ultrastructure research
  • 1 September 1971
A comparative study of fixation techniques was conducted on cleavage stage amphibian embryos. Different combinations of primary fixatives, buffers and postfixation procedures were tested, as well asExpand
Mitochondrial Dysfunction and Myocardial Ischemia-Reperfusion: Implications for Novel Therapies.
Mitochondria have emerged as key participants in and regulators of myocardial injury during ischemia and reperfusion. This review examines the sites of damage to cardiac mitochondria during ischemiaExpand
Mitochondria in cardiac hypertrophy and heart failure.
Heart failure (HF) frequently is the unfavorable outcome of pathological heart hypertrophy. In contrast to physiological cardiac hypertrophy, which occurs in response to exercise and leads to fullExpand
Heterogeneous response of subsarcolemmal heart mitochondria to calcium.
The Ca2+ -uptake capacity of two distinct populations of rat heart mitochondria was characterized by monitoring Ca2+ movements directly (using both 45Ca and dual-wavelength spectroscopy) andExpand
Riboflavin and rat hepatic cell structure and function. Mitochondrial oxidative metabolism in deficiency states.
Weanling rats were fed a simple riboflavin-deficient diet or the same diet supplemented with galactoflavin. Oxidative phosphorylation was studied in isolated hepatic mitochondria. Throughout theExpand
Hamster cardiomyopathy. A defect in oxidative phosphorylation in the cardiac interfibrillar mitochondria.
To determine whether or not an oxidative defect exists in hearts of cardiomyopathic (BIO 14.6) hamsters, cardiac tissue and subcellular organelles were studied. Using homogenates of hearts, theExpand
Ischemia, rather than reperfusion, inhibits respiration through cytochrome oxidase in the isolated, perfused rabbit heart: role of cardiolipin.
Ischemia and reperfusion result in mitochondrial dysfunction, with decreases in oxidative capacity, loss of cytochrome c, and generation of reactive oxygen species. During ischemia of the isolatedExpand
Ultrastructure of Weber's salivary glands of the root of the tongue in the rat
The mammalian tongue encompasses several sizeable agglomerations of minor salivary glands. The ultrastructure of the various glands in the body of that organ has already been determined. In contrast,Expand