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The dicarboxylate carrier (DIC) belongs to a family of transport proteins found in the inner mitochondrial membranes. The biochemical properties of the mammalian protein have been characterized, but(More)
The Ca(2+)-sensitive dehydrogenases of the mitochondrial matrix are, so far, the only known effectors to allow Ca2+ signals to couple the activation of plasma membrane receptors to the stimulation of(More)