Understanding structure, function, and mutations in the mitochondrial ATP synthase

@inproceedings{Xu2015UnderstandingSF,
  title={Understanding structure, function, and mutations in the mitochondrial ATP synthase},
  author={Ting Xu and Vijayakanth Pagadala and David M Mueller},
  booktitle={Microbial cell},
  year={2015}
}
The mitochondrial ATP synthase is a multimeric enzyme complex with an overall molecular weight of about 600,000 Da. The ATP synthase is a molecular motor composed of two separable parts: F1 and Fo. The F1 portion contains the catalytic sites for ATP synthesis and protrudes into the mitochondrial matrix. Fo forms a proton turbine that is embedded in the inner membrane and connected to the rotor of F1. The flux of protons flowing down a potential gradient powers the rotation of the rotor driving… CONTINUE READING
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