PMID: 4442425Dec 2, 1974Paper

Hamster brown-adipose-tissue mitochondria. The control of respiration and the proton electrochemical potential gradient by possible physiological effectors of the proton conductance of the inner membrane

European Journal of Biochemistry
D G Nicholls

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