Malate Oxidation in Plant Mitochondria via Malic Enzyme and the Cyanide-insensitive Electron Transport Pathway.

@article{Rustin1980MalateOI,
  title={Malate Oxidation in Plant Mitochondria via Malic Enzyme and the Cyanide-insensitive Electron Transport Pathway.},
  author={P. Rustin and F. Moreau and C. Lance},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={1980},
  volume={66 3},
  pages={
          457-62
        }
}
  • P. Rustin, F. Moreau, C. Lance
  • Published 1980
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Plant physiology
  • MALATE OXIDATION IN PLANT MITOCHONDRIA PROCEEDS THROUGH THE ACTIVITIES OF TWO ENZYMES: a malate dehydrogenase and a NAD(+)-dependent malic enzyme. In cauliflower, mitochondria malate oxidation via malate dehydrogenase is rotenone- and cyanide-sensitive. Addition of exogenous NAD(+) stimulates the oxidation of malate via malic enzyme and generates an electron flux that is both rotenone- and cyanide-insensitive. The same effects of exogenous NAD(+) are also observed with highly cyanide-sensitive… CONTINUE READING

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