Current topics in bioenergetics Vol. 13 by C P Lee; D Rao Sanadi

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Deutsch et al. (1979b) have concluded that there is no binding of SCN" in human lymphocytes on the basis of a negligible SCN" uptake when Δψ — 0, and in human erythrocytes on the basis of the equivalence between Δψ and ΔρΗ, the former measured with SCN" and the latter with weak acids and bases, as predicted from the diffusion potential character of Δψ. , 1979a). At variance, Hoek et al. (1980) suggest a slight but significant binding of SCN" in isolated hepatocytes. Sorgato et al. , however, Ferguson and Sorgato, 1982).

1979b) have concluded that there is no binding of SCN" in human lymphocytes on the basis of a negligible SCN" uptake when Δψ — 0, and in human erythrocytes on the basis of the equivalence between Δψ and ΔρΗ, the former measured with SCN" and the latter with weak acids and bases, as predicted from the diffusion potential character of Δψ. , 1979a). At variance, Hoek et al. (1980) suggest a slight but significant binding of SCN" in isolated hepatocytes. Sorgato et al. , however, Ferguson and Sorgato, 1982).

Zoratti et al (1983) find that the distribution ratio is higher with acetate than with DMO (ΔρΗ higher by ~20 mV). Halestrap (1978) finds in rat liver mitochondria a distribution ratio higher for acetate than for Dlactate and thus suggests the possibility of an acetate metabolism via acetyl-CoA synthetase, analogous to the findings in hog liver (Jencks, 1962) and bovine heart mitochondria (Webster, 1969). 8 mM (cf. also Nicholls, 1974). There is evidence for rapid acetate metabolism (incompatible with the use of acetate as probe) in some systems, such as in human lymphocytes (Deutsch et al, 1979b) and Clostridium pasteurianum (Riebeling et al, 1975).

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