SYNCHRONIZATION PHENOMENA IN OSCILLATIONS OF YEAST CELLS AND ISOLATED MITOCHONDRIA

@inproceedings{Chance1973SYNCHRONIZATIONPI,
  title={SYNCHRONIZATION PHENOMENA IN OSCILLATIONS OF YEAST CELLS AND ISOLATED MITOCHONDRIA},
  author={Britton Chance and Gary Beyers Williamson and I. Y. Lee and L M Mela and Don Devault and Amit K. Ghosh and Edward Kendall Pye},
  year={1973}
}
Publisher Summary The continuous nature of glycolytic oscillations observed in yeast cell suspensions appears to require a similarity of the biochemical oscillators in individual cells of the population, or some internal synchronizing mechanism. Evidence for population heterogeneity—which would require a cell-synchronizing mechanism for continuous oscillations to be observed—should be afforded by direct fluorometric observations of the nature of the oscillations in a single cell, as compared… CONTINUE READING

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