Substrate channeling of NADH in mitochondrial redox processes.

@article{Ushiroyama1992SubstrateCO,
  title={Substrate channeling of NADH in mitochondrial redox processes.},
  author={T Ushiroyama and Tohoru Fukushima and J D Styre and H. Olin Spivey},
  journal={Current topics in cellular regulation},
  year={1992},
  volume={33},
  pages={
          291-307
        }
}
Publisher Summary This chapter discusses substrate channeling of NADH in mitochondrial redox processes. With purified complex I, even low levels of NAD or NADH decreased its associations with most dehydrogenases to below detectable limits. Therefore, a test of substrate channeling required the enzyme buffering method, which does not need stable enzyme–enzyme complexes. The enzyme buffering test was first applied to enzymes, and NADH channeling. A factor that might enhance enzyme associations… CONTINUE READING

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