Mitochondrial potassium transport: the K(+) cycle.

@article{Garlid2003MitochondrialPT,
  title={Mitochondrial potassium transport: the K(+) cycle.},
  author={Keith D. Garlid and Petr Paucek},
  journal={Biochimica et biophysica acta},
  year={2003},
  volume={1606 1-3},
  pages={23-41}
}
Potassium transport plays three distinct roles in mitochondria. Volume homeostasis to prevent excess matrix swelling is a housekeeping function that is essential for maintaining the structural integrity of the organelle. This function is mediated by the K(+)/H(+) antiporter and was first proposed by Peter Mitchell. Volume homeostasis to prevent excess matrix contraction is a recently discovered function that maintains a fully expanded matrix when diffusive K(+) influx declines due to membrane… CONTINUE READING
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Paucek,Mitochondrial potassium transport: the role of the mitochondrial ATP-sensitive K channel in cardiac function and cardioprotection, Biochim

  • K.D.Garlid, P.DosSantos, P.Z.Xie
  • Biophys. Acta
  • 2003
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