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Flow-force relationships for a six-state proton pump model: intrinsic uncoupling, kinetic equivalence of input and output forces, and domain of approximate linearity

Biochemistry

Oct 8, 1985

D Pietrobon, S R Caplan

PMID: 4084491

Abstract

General flow-force relations have been determined, by the Hill diagram method, for a six-state proton pump model with and without intrinsic uncoupling (molecular slipping). A computer-aided analysis of the resulting sigmoidal flow-force curves has been performed by using a set of physic...read more

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Thermodynamics
ATP12A gene
Calorimetry
Proton Pump
Proton Pump Activity
Oxidation-Reduction
Manipulating Function
Symmetry
ATP4A gene
Hydrogen-Ion Concentration
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Flow-force relationships for a six-state proton pump model: intrinsic uncoupling, kinetic equivalence of input and output forces, and domain of approximate linearity

Biochemistry

Oct 8, 1985

D Pietrobon, S R Caplan

PMID: 4084491

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Abstract

General flow-force relations have been determined, by the Hill diagram method, for a six-state proton pump model with and without intrinsic uncoupling (molecular slipping). A computer-aided analysis of the resulting sigmoidal flow-force curves has been performed by using a set of physic...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Thermodynamics
ATP12A gene
Calorimetry
Proton Pump
Proton Pump Activity
Oxidation-Reduction
Manipulating Function
Symmetry
ATP4A gene
Hydrogen-Ion Concentration

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