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  • P E Linnett, A D Mitchell, M D Osselton, L J Mulheirn, R B Beechey
  • 1978
1. Citreoviridin was a potent inhibitor of the soluble mitochondrial ATPase (adenosine triphosphatase) similar to the closely related aurovertins B and D. 2. Citreoviridin inhibited the following mitochondrial energy-linked reactions also: ADP-stimulated respiration in whole mitochondria from ox heart and rat liver; ATP-driven reduction of NAD+ by(More)
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