ATP-sensitive K+ channel in the mitochondrial inner membrane

@article{Inoue1991ATPsensitiveKC,
  title={ATP-sensitive K+ channel in the mitochondrial inner membrane},
  author={Isao Inoue and Hideki Nagase and Kuki Kishi and Tomihiko Higuti},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1991},
  volume={352},
  pages={244-247}
}
MITOCHONDRIA take up and extrude various inorganic and organic ions, as well as larger substances such as proteins1–4. The technique of patch clamping should provide real-time information on such transport and on energy transduction in oxidative phosphorylation. It has been applied to detect microscopic currents from mitochondrial membranes and conductances of ion channels in the 5–1,000 pS range in the outer and inner membranes5–10. These pores are not, however, selective for particular ions… 
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