*  How mitochondria produce reactive oxygen species | Biochemical Journal
Other sites of O2•− production within mitochondria. Many other sites within mitochondria may also produce O2•− or H2O2. It is ... The production of H2O2 from mitochondria is a potential redox signal. H2O2 generated by mitochondria can reversibly alter the ... The greatest rate of H2O2 production by isolated mitochondria occurs during mode 2 when mitochondria have a high Δp, a reduced ... How mitochondria produce reactive oxygen species. Michael P. Murphy. Biochemical Journal Jan 01, 2009, 417 (1) 1-13; DOI: ...
  http://www.biochemj.org/content/417/1/1
*  MFN1 deacetylation activates adaptive mitochondrial fusion and protects metabolically challenged mitochondria | Journal of Cell...
Black arrowheads mark fused and elongated mitochondria in fasted WT mice. White arrowheads mark unfused mitochondria in fasted ... 5A). The appearance of giant mitochondria indicates that mitochondria in fasted muscles undergo extensive spatial re- ... majority of mitochondria are interconnected; '2', normal, mixed population of interconnected and non-connected mitochondria; or ... mitochondria in wild-type tibialis anterior muscles underwent dramatic realignment and fused into large elongated mitochondria ...
  http://jcs.biologists.org/content/127/22/4954
*  Mitochondrion - Academic Kids
Mitochondria are visible as thread-like structures in the light microscope. Mitochondria are selectively stained with a ... Mitochondrion structure. Cross-section of a mitochondrion, showing: (1) inner membrane, (2) outer membrane, (3) cristae, (4) ... Mitochondria can occupy up to 25% of the cell's cytosol. Mitochondria are sometimes described as "cellular power plants", ... Finally, mitochondria can fuse with one another, or split in two. The outer boundary of a mitochondrion contains two ...
  http://effort.academickids.com/encyclopedia/index.php/Mitochondrion
*  Mitochondrion - wikidoc
The number of mitochondria in a cell varies widely by organism and tissue type. Many cells have only a single mitochondrion, ... In cell biology, a mitochondrion (plural mitochondria) is a membrane-enclosed organelle found in most eukaryotic cells.[1] ... Substantial numbers of mitochondria are in the liver, with about 1000-2000 mitochondria per cell making up 1/5th of the cell ... Mitochondria contain DNA which is formed only during the division of other mitochondria within the cell. This DNA contains ...
  http://www.wikidoc.org/index.php/Mitochondrion
*  Mitochondria split with a calcium hit | JCB
To respond to changing cellular needs, mitochondria move, fuse together, or undergo fission. Han et al. now reveal some of the ... The K+ spike brought mitochondria to a halt and prompted their division, making them shorter and rounder. These changes ... K+ treatment not only led to Drp1 phosphorylation, but caused cytoplasmic Drp1 to rapidly relocate to mitochondria and ...
  http://jcb.rupress.org/content/182/3/413.1
*  A nonproteolytic proteasome activity controls organelle fission in yeast | Journal of Cell Science
Mitochondria of this strain resemble those of the Δfis1/rpn11-m1 strain, with elongated and collapsed mitochondria, not the ... 9, show that fractions 8, 9 and 10 were further enriched in mitochondria and peroxisomes. Mitochondria appeared more abundant ... Mdv1 and Caf4 at mitochondria and peroxisomes, our results indicate that the huge fragmentation of the rpn11-m1 mitochondria is ... Rpn11 copurifies with mitochondria and peroxisomes. We previously showed that a fraction of Rpn11 and most of the Rpn11-m1 ...
  http://jcs.biologists.org/content/122/20/3673
*  3R Research Foundation Switzerland / Projects / 3R-Project 132-12
Probing mitochondria activity by microscopy-based techniques. Based on these encouraging data, we aim to establish a microscopy ... To this end, Lineagenegative Sca-1positive c-kitpositive (LKS) cells were purified by FACS based on mitochondria activity using ... This strongly suggests that mitochondria stainings might be predictive markers of the HSC state that could also be applied to ... Figure 1: Transplantation of sorted stem/progenitor cells based on mitochondria activity. a) LKS are sorted in two populations ...
  http://www.forschung3r.ch/en/projects/pr_132_12_print.html
*  Mitochondrial regulation of store-operated CRAC channels. - Oxford Neuroscience
Respiring mitochondria rapidly take up some of the Ca(2+) released from the stores, resulting in more extensive store depletion ... However, mitochondria can release Ca(2+) close to the endoplasmic reticulum, accelerating store refilling and thus promoting ... Mitochondria thus regulate all major transitions in CRAC channel gating, revealing remarkable versatility in how this organelle ... By buffering some of the incoming Ca(2+) mitochondria reduce Ca(2+)-dependent inactivation of the CRAC channels, resulting in ...
  https://www.neuroscience.ox.ac.uk/publications/106540
*  Protein That Shuttles RNA Into Cell Mitochondria Discovered - Science and Technology Updates
Home » RNA » Protein That Shuttles RNA Into Cell Mitochondria Discovered Protein That Shuttles RNA Into Cell Mitochondria ... By nimisha mistry • 1:18:00 AM • Biology Gene Mitochondrial DNA Mitochondrion National Institutes of Health RNA • Comments : 0 ... Mitochondria are described as cellular power plants because they generate most of the energy supply of the cell. In addition to ... Mitochondria are fantastically complex and our study reveals another cellular pathway in which these tiny but important ...
  http://science-n-technology-updates.blogspot.com/2010/08/protein-that-shuttles-rna-into-cell.html
*  Cell Biology/Organelles/Mitochondria - Wikibooks, open books for an open world
Mitochondria[edit]. Two mitochondria from mammalian lung tissue displaying their matrix and membranes as shown by electron ... Mitochondria are a power plants in our cell because they programme cell death. Mitochondria are also involved in signal ... Nucleus communicates with mitochondria by imported proteins but still it isn't discovered how mitochondria responds back to the ... Mitochondria (singular mitochondrion) are the 'electric generators' of cells. They take oxygen and produce carbon dioxide ...
  https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Cell_Biology/Organelles/Mitochondria
*  Abstract 18590: Molecular Mechanisms Underlying Protein Kinase C Targeting To Mitochondria | Circulation
PKCε-positive mitochondria normalized to the total mitochondria, adenosine: 82.8 ± 7.0%, control: 21.1 ± 4.5%, n=3, p,0.01). ... Isolated mitochondria from adult rat cardiac myocytes and H9c2 were used to examine the effect of adenosine on mitochondrial ... Abstract 18590: Molecular Mechanisms Underlying Protein Kinase C Targeting To Mitochondria. Zhaogang Yang, Keli Hu ... Protein Kinase C (PKC) isoform PKCε has been shown to translocate to subcellular organelles including mitochondria upon ...
  http://circ.ahajournals.org/content/122/Suppl_21/A18590
*  Increased mitochondria uncoupling results in kidney tissue hypoxia and proteinuria.
A mechanism to reduce increased mitochondria superoxide production is to reduce the mitochondria membrane potential by ... Importantly, elevated UCP-2 protein expression increased mitochondria uncoupling in mitochondria isolated from diabetic kidneys ... Mitochondria uncoupling and altered morphology was also evident in kidneys from db/db-mice, a model of type-2 diabetes, ... Increased mitochondria uncoupling results in kidney tissue hypoxia and proteinuria.. Friederich Persson, Malou Uppsala ...
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*  Formation of elongated giant mitochondria in DFO-induced cellular senescence: Involvement of enhanced fusion process through...
Elongated giant mitochondria were also observed in TGF β1- or H2O2-induced senescent Mv1Lu cells and in old human diploid ... Enlarged or giant mitochondria have often been documented in aged tissues although their role and underlying mechanism remain ... We report here how highly elongated giant mitochondria are formed in and related to the senescent arrest. The mitochondrial ... Emilie Schrepfer, Luca Scorrano, Mitofusins, from Mitochondria to Metabolism, Molecular Cell, 2016, 61, 5, 683. CrossRef ...
  http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/jcp.20753/full
*  ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A SINGLE MITOCHONDRION - GETTYSBURG COLLEGE
This system includes means for isolating and capturing a single mitochondrion from at least one eukaryotic cell ... The number of mitochondria in a cell varies widely by organism and tissue type. Some cells may have only a single mitochondrion ... 3C shows a single mitochondrion (arrow) trapped and near a micropipette; and FIG. 3D shows the mitochondrion (arrow) inside the ... By reducing the sample to a single mitochondrion and eliminating all other mitochondria and nuclear DNA, the mitochondrial DNA ...
  http://www.freepatentsonline.com/y2008/0254530.html
*  hepaton - Page 975 - Liver diseases
... c release in both control and SF mitochondria but cyt c release remains lower in SF mitochondria compared with C mitochondria. ... Cytochrome c release from rat liver mitochondria is compromised by increased saturated cardiolipin species induced by sucrose ... mitochondria oxidizing pyruvate/malate or succinate. Exposure of mitochondria to exogenous superoxide radical generated by ... Indeed, the ratio of palmitic acid-rich cardiolipin species is found increased in lipid membrane from SF mitochondria compared ...
  http://hepaton.com/page/975/
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*  Wordle - mitochondria 1
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*  Bioenergetics | Mitochondria & Metabolism Center
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*  Mitochondria: Gifts & Merchandise | Redbubble
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*  Carbon Monoxide Targeting Mitochondria
... Cláudia S. F. Queiroga,1,2,3 Ana S. Almeida,1,2 and Helena L. A. Vieira1,2,3 ... Mitochondria present two key roles on cellular functioning: (i) cell metabolism, being the main cellular source of energy and ( ... Herein, mitochondrion is approached as the main cellular target of carbon monoxide (CO). In this paper, two main perspectives ...
  https://www.hindawi.com/journals/bri/2012/749845/abs/
*  Carbon Monoxide Targeting Mitochondria
The direct role of CO on targeting mitochondria was evaluated in isolated nonsynaptic mitochondria from rat cortex. MMP was ... Carbon Monoxide Targeting Mitochondria. Cláudia S. F. Queiroga,1,2,3 Ana S. Almeida,1,2 and Helena L. A. Vieira1,2,3 ... Under physiological conditions, mitochondria continuously produce low levels of anion superoxide (. ) as a byproduct of ... In isolated mitochondria from human muscle, CO partially prevented COX activity at 50, 100, and 500 ppm, while no effect was ...
  https://www.hindawi.com/journals/bri/2012/749845/
*  Mitochondria HPP
... either imported into mitochondria or simply associated to them). Mitochondria are very versatile organelles and they are ... Glucagon-like peptide 1 protects INS-1E mitochondria against palmitate-mediated beta-cell dysfunction: a proteomic study. Mol ...
  https://www.hupo.org/mitochondria
*  mitochondria and apoptosis
... Aubrey de Grey ag24 at mole.bio.cam.ac.uk Sat Sep 12 07:21:57 EST 1998 *Previous message: Major ... spring wrote: , I have recently come upon an article that claims that apoptosis is , controlled by mitochondria. First is there ... mitochondria play a central and quite early role in apoptosis. A small protein called cytochrome c, which is normally part of ... to be massively released from mitochondria into the cytosol shortly before apoptosis occurs. We now know that, when released, ...
  http://www.bio.net/bionet/mm/ageing/1998-September/003319.html
*  Mitochondria oxidative damage?
... MFossel mfossel at aol.com Sun Jul 28 11:49:49 EST 1996 *Previous message: Postdoctoral ... Incidentally, I agree vis a vis mitochondria: they are the major (95%) source of intracellular free radicals and therefore one ... It is as though mitochondria are biologically immortal (and homeostatically flawless) for billions of years until you and I ... already inherant in germ cell line mitochondria. The secret is far more likely to lie within altered gene expression (and hence ...
  http://www.bio.net/bionet/mm/ageing/1996-July/002430.html
*  Wordle - mitochondria 3 (cluster 1)
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