Physiological cytosolic Ca2+ transients evoke concurrent mitochondrial depolarizations.


Calcium, a ubiquitous second messenger, stimulates the activity of several mitochondrial dehydrogenases. This has led to the suggestion that the same messenger that signals cell activation could also activate mitochondrial electron/proton transport, thereby meeting demands for increased cellular energy. To test this in live cells, quantitative three… (More)


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