Rapid Reduction of Cytochrome c 1 in the Presence of Antimycin and Its Implication for the Mechanism of Electron Transfer in the Cytochrome bcl Segment of the Mitochondrial Respiratory Chain *

@inproceedings{Bower2001RapidRO,
  title={Rapid Reduction of Cytochrome c 1 in the Presence of Antimycin and Its Implication for the Mechanism of Electron Transfer in the Cytochrome bcl Segment of the Mitochondrial Respiratory Chain *},
  author={John R. Bower and Bernard L. Trumpowerg},
  year={2001}
}
  • John R. Bower, Bernard L. Trumpowerg
  • Published 2001
Antimycin, a specific and highly potent inhibitor of electron transfer in the cytochrome b-cl segment of the mitochondrial respiratory chain, does not inhibit reduction of cytochrome c1 by succinate in isolated succinate-cytochrome c reductase complex under conditions where the respiratory chain complex undergoes one oxidation-reduction turnover. If a slight molar excess of cytochrome c is added to the isolated reductase complex in the presence of antimycin, there is rapid reduction of one… CONTINUE READING