Stephen Spainhour

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Small but persistent amounts of L-lactate dehydrogenase (LDH) activity were found in mitochondrial preparations isolated from rat heart, kidney, liver, and lymphocytes. Brain mitochondrial preparations were also isolated, but the results were inconclusive. A variety of cytosolic markers were used and it was found that essentially no cytosolic contamination(More)
Relatively small but persistent amounts of L-lactate dehydrogenase (LDH) activity were found in mitochondrial preparations isolated from liver of the rat. Using a variety of cytosolic markers, it was found that essentially no cytosolic contamination was present. Respiratory velocities and respiratory control with L-lactate were somewhat lower than with(More)