Plant inner membrane anion channel (PIMAC) function in plant mitochondria.

@article{Laus2008PlantIM,
  title={Plant inner membrane anion channel (PIMAC) function in plant mitochondria.},
  author={Maura Nicoletta Laus and Mario Soccio and Daniela Trono and Luigi Cattivelli and Donato Pastore},
  journal={Plant & cell physiology},
  year={2008},
  volume={49 7},
  pages={1039-55}
}
To date, the existence of the plant inner membrane anion channel (PIMAC) has been shown only in potato mitochondria, but its physiological role remains unclear. In this study, by means of swelling experiments in K(+) and ammonium salts, we characterize a PIMAC-like anion-conducting pathway in mitochondria from durum wheat (DWM), a monocotyledonous species phylogenetically far from potato. DWM were investigated since they possess a very active potassium channel (PmitoK(ATP)), so implying a very… CONTINUE READING
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