Proton channels in algae: reasons to be excited.

@article{Taylor2012ProtonCI,
  title={Proton channels in algae: reasons to be excited.},
  author={Alison R Taylor and Colin Brownlee and Glen L. Wheeler},
  journal={Trends in plant science},
  year={2012},
  volume={17 11},
  pages={675-84}
}
A fundamental requirement of all eukaryotes is the ability to translocate protons across membranes. This is critical in bioenergetics, for compartmentalized metabolism, and to regulate intracellular pH (pH(i)) within a range that is compatible with cellular metabolism. Plants, animals, and algae utilize specialized transport machinery for membrane energization and pH homeostasis that reflects the prevailing ionic conditions in which they evolved. The recent characterization of H(+)-permeable… CONTINUE READING
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