By H. Baltscheffsky (auth.), Prof. Dr. Günter Schäfer, Prof. Dr. Martin Klingenberg (eds.)
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1977). A brief review of the biogenesis of the ubiquinone:cytochrome C oxidoreductase complex with special reference to the contribution of the mitochondrial genetic system is attempted in this article. This multiprotein complex is known to consist of two b cytochromes, one cytochrome cI' one iron-sulfur protein, and five subunits without known prosthetic groups (for review see Hatefi, 1978; Rieske, 1976). The cytochrome constituents can be easily detected by their characteristic light absorbance bands, and the enzymatic activity can be assayed spectrophotometrically by following the reduction of ferricytochrome c by reduced ubiquinone derivatives.
One is the polypeptide designated uncouplerbinding protein by Hanstein; the other is the largest (a) subunit of FI-ATPase. Hanstein (56) believes that the two polypeptides form a pocket for uncoupler binding, but whether one or both are involved in the act of uncoupling is not clear. (b) The dithiol protein (Factor B) is required for all the reactions that lead to and from ATP, namely, ATP synthesis by oxidative phosphorylation, ATP-Pi exchange, ATPenergized reverse electron transfer from succinate to NAD, and ATPenergized transhydrogenation.
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Energy Conservation in Biological Membranes by H. Baltscheffsky (auth.), Prof. Dr. Günter Schäfer, Prof. Dr. Martin Klingenberg (eds.)