BBA - Bioenergetics (v.1777, #S)
S11.40 Over-expression, purification and crystallisation of the alternative oxidase by Catherine Elliott; Mary S. Albury; Momi Iwata; Anthony L. Moore (S75).
S12/1 Mitochondria function in the diabetic kidney by Fredrik Palm (S75).
S11.39 Identification of a putative quinone-binding site of the alternative oxidase by Mary S. Albury; Anthony L. Moore (S74-S75).
S11.38 The reversibility of P → F state transition in cytochrome c oxidase from Paracoccus denitrificans by Heike Angerer; Fraser MacMillan; Hartmut Michel (S74).
S11.37 Ultrafast ligand binding dynamics in the active site of native bacterial nitric oxide reductase by Sofia M. Kapetanaki; Sarah J. Field; Ross J.L. Hughes; Nicholas J. Watmough; Ursula Liebl; Marten H. Vos (S74).
S12/2 Pathogenic mutations in the mtDNA ATP6 gene and impairment of the ATP synthase energy transduction by Giancarlo Solaini; Gianluca Sgarbi; Gabriella Casalena; Giorgio Lenaz; Alessandra Baracca (S75-S76).
S12/3 Recent progress in elucidating the molecular mechanism of the mitochondrial permeability transition pore by Andrew P. Halestrap (S76).
S12.7 The use of oxygen and pH-sensitive fluorescent probes for the investigation of perturbed cell metabolism by James Hynes; Tomas O'Riordan; Dmitri Papkovsky; Yvonne Will (S77).
S12.8 Glycine prevents mitochondrial impairment caused by left carotid occlusion by Natalia V. Lobysheva; Olga N. Vorontsova; Anton A. Tonshin; Aleksei A. Selin; Lev S. Yaguzhinsky; Yaroslav R. Nartsissov (S77).
S12/6 Activity of uncoupling protein-2 in pancreatic beta cells by Charles Affourtit; Martin D. Brand (S76-S77).
S12/5 Mitochondrial glutamate pathways and the control of metabolic homeostasis by Pierre Maechler (S76).
S12/4 Mitochondria as ATP consumers: the cell biology of the endogenous inhibitory protein, IF1 by Michelangelo Campanella; Choon Tan; Andrey Abramov; Andrew Tinker; Michael Duchen (S76).
S11.36 Crystallisation and preliminary X-ray diffraction analysis of CAA 3-cytochrome c oxidase from Thermus thermophilus by Orla Slattery; Martin Caffrey; Tewfik Soulimane (S74).
S11.35 Resolution of a novel catalytic intermediate in cytochrome bd terminal oxidase in real time: A true peroxy species? by Vitaliy B. Borisov; Ilya Belevich; Michael I. Verkhovsky (S73-S74).
S11.27 X-ray structural analysis of zinc/cadmium inhibitory site in bovine heart cytochrome c oxidase by Kazumasa Muramoto; Kazunori Maeda; Takeshi Takahashi; Kunio Hirata; Kyoko Shinzawa-Itoh; Tomoko Maeda; Shinji Yoko-o; Eiki Yamashita; Hiroshi Aoyama; Tomitake Tsukihara; Shinya Yoshikawa (S71-S72).
S11.28 The finding of the CBB3-oxidase gene and the evidence for enzyme expression in extremely alkaliphilic bacteria by Denis A. Morozov; Maria S. Muntyan; Sergey S. Klishin (S72).
S11.26 Structural analyses for lipid/protein interactions in bovine heart cytochrome c oxidase by Kyoko Shinzawa-Itoh; Hiroshi Aoyama; Kazumasa Muramoto; Hirohito Terada; Tsuyoshi Kurauchi; Yoshiki Tadehara; Akiko Yamasaki; Takashi Sugimura; Sadamu Kurono; Kazuo Tsujimoto; Tsunehiro Mizushima; Eiki Yamashita; Tomitake Tsukihara; Shinya Yoshikawa (S71).
S11.25 X-ray structure of carbon monoxide at copper site of the dinuclear site of cytochrome c oxidase by Kazumasa Muramoto; Naoki Nakagawa; Maki Taniguchi; Katsumasa Kanda; Kyoko Shinzawa-Itoh; Tomoko Maeda; Eiki Yamashita; Tomitake Tsukihara; Shinya Yoshikawa (S71).
S11.24 Mutations of possible proton-transfer pathways of bovine heart cytochrome c oxidase by Kunitoshi Shimokata; Yukie Katayama; Makoto Suematsu; Tomitake Tsukihara; Shinya Yoshikawa; Hideo Shimada (S71).
S11.29 Possible proton transfer mechanism through peptide groups in the H-pathway of the bovine cytochrome c oxidase by Katsumasa Kamiya; Mauro Boero; Masaru Tateno; Kenji Shiraishi; Atsushi Oshiyama (S72).
S11.30 Oxygen reaction in the cbb 3 -type cytochrome c oxidase from Rhodobacter Sphaeroides by Virve Rauhamäki; Michael I. Verkhovsky; Mårten Wikström (S72).
S11.34 The semiquinone at the QH site of the cytochrome bo 3 from Escherichia coli by Lai Lai Yap; Rimma I. Samoilova; Myat T. Lin; Robert B. Gennis; Sergei A. Dikanov (S73).
S11.33 Characterization of the membrane-bound tri-heme c quinol peroxidase functionally connected to the respiratory chain by Eizo Takashima; Hiroyuki Yamada; Konishi Kiyoshi (S73).
S11.32 Single-turnover of ba3 oxidase from Thermus thermophilus by Ilya Belevich; Sergey A. Siletsky; Audrius Jasaitis; Alexander A. Konstantinov; Mårten Wikström; Tewfik Soulimane; Michael I. Verkhovsky (S73).
S11.31 Nitric oxide reductase from Paracoccus Denitrificans —what are the five conserved glutamates in norb good for? by Ulrika Flock; Peter Lachmann; Pia Ädelroth (S72-S73).
S12.9 Dynamic regulation of UCP2 concentration in INS-1E pancreatic beta-cells by Vian Azzu; Charles Affourtit; Eamon P. Breen; Nadeene Parker; Martin D. Brand (S77).
S12. 10 Role of mitochondrial DNA mutations in periodontitis by Praturi Gopalakrishna; Periyasamy Govindaraj; Ayyasamy Vanniarajan; Rampalli Viswa Chandra; Aileni Amarendra Reddy; Lalji Singh; Kumarasamy Thangaraj (S77-S78).
S12.28 Rescue of myopathic collagen VI null mice by genetic inactivation of mitochondrial cyclophilin d by Elena Palma; Emy Basso; Alessia Angelin; Tania Tiepolo; Paola Braghetta; Patrizia Sabatelli; Nadir M. Maraldi; Mike Forte; Paolo Bonaldo; Paolo Bernardi (S82).
S12.29 Mitochondrial respiration in skeletal muscle from Zucker Diabetic Fatty rats by Joris Hoeks; Ellen Lenaers; Matthijs Hesselink; Patrick Schrauwen (S82).
S12.27 Early mitochondrial damage in hippocampus of pilocarpine-treated epileptic rats by Alexey P. Kudin; Stefan Vielhaber; Dominika Malinska; Wolfram S. Kunz (S82).
S12.26 Effect of salicylic acid on the expression of mitochondrial energy dissipation systems in soybean by Ana Rita Matos; Ana Teresa Mendes; Miriam Klausberger; Jorge Faria; João Daniel Arrabaça (S81-S82).
S12.25 Low level radiation and bystander factor(s) damage to mitochondria by Sharon M. Nugent; Carmel E. Mothersill; Colin Seymour; Brendan McClean; Fiona M. Lyng; James E.J. Murphy (S81).
S12.30 Apoptosis regulation by the mitochondrial chaperone trap-1/hsp-75 by Marco Sciacovelli; Serena Calise; Rossella Sirignano; Federica Chiara; Boris Pantic; Andrea Rasola; Paolo Bernardi; Franca Esposito (S83).
S12.31 Hexokinase II detachment from mitochondria triggers apoptosis through the permeability transition pore independent of voltage-dependent anion channels by Andrea Rasola; Federica Chiara; Diego Castellaro; Oriano Marin; Valeria Petronilli; William S. Brusilow; Magdalena Juhaszova; Steven J. Sollott; Michael Forte; Paolo Bernardi (S83).
S12.35 Mitochondria as regulators of apoptosis through the redox state of cytochrome c by Vilma Borutaite; Jurgita Barauskaite; Ramune Morkuniene; Guy Brown (S84).
S12.34 The alternative oxidase as a tool to study mitochondrial function and to correct mitochondrial pathologies by Alberto Sanz; Eero Mustalahti; Emilia Babusiakova; Tea Tuomela; Suvi Vartianen; Daniel J.M. Fernandez-Ayala; Howy Jacobs (S84).
S12.33 Diabetes-induced up-regulation of uncoupling protein-2 results in increased mitochondrial uncoupling in kidney proximal tubular cells by Malou Friederich; Angelica Fasching; Peter Hansell; Lina Nordquist; Fredrik Palm (S83-S84).
S12.32 Methylmalonate inhibits succinate-supported oxygen consumption by interfering with mitochondrial dicarboxylate transport: Implications for the methylmalonic acidemia physiophatology by Sandra R. Mirandola; Daniela R. Melo; Patrícia F. Schuck; Gustavo C. Ferreira; Moacir Wajner; Roger F. Castilho (S83).
S12.24 Mutations in UCP2 in congenital hyperinsulinism reveal a role in human beta cell disease by M. Mar González-Barroso; Irina Giurgea; Fredéric Bouillaud; Andrea Anedda; Pascale de Lonlay; Daniel Ricquier (S81).
S12.23 Mitochondrial oxphos system is enhanced in human lung cancer by Nadège Bellance; Giovanni Bénard; Katarina Smolkova; Hugues Bégueret; Thierry Letellier; Michel Merle; Jean-Marc Baste; Patrick Moreau; Rodrigue Rossignol (S81).
S12.14 Novel mt-DNA missense mutation in nd1 (a3418g → n38d) associated with mitochondrial dysfunction in megakaryoblastic leukaemic cells by Maria Ripoli; Claudia Piccoli; Rosella Scrima; Mauro Di Ianni; Lorenzo Moretti; Massimo Carella; Domenico Boffoli; Antonio Tabilio; Nazzareno Capitanio (S78-S79).
S12.15 mt-DNA and pink1 mutations in early onset parkinsonism: A family case report by Claudia Piccoli; Maria Ripoli; Rosella Scrima; Giovanni Quarato; Annamaria D'Aprile; Domenico Boffoli; Maurizio Margaglione; Chiara Criscuolo; Giuseppe De Michele; Annamaria Sardanelli; Sergio Papa; Nazzareno Capitanio (S79).
S12.13 Hepatitis C virus proteins cause calcium-mediated mitochondrial dysfunction and hif-linked bioenergetic compensatory adaptation by Claudia Piccoli; Giovanni Quarato; Maria Ripoli; Rosella Scrima; Annamaria D'Aprile; Domenico Boffoli; Darius Moradpour; Nazzareno Capitanio (S78).
S12.12 Restriction of glucose metabolism induces a metabolic switch to oxidative metabolism and drastic alteration of gene expression in glioblastoma cell line LN18 by Min Wu; Amy Smift; Denise Chen; Orian Shirihai; David Ferrick (S78).
S12.11 Differential inhibition of energy-producing pathways of hepg2 cells by 3-bromopyruvate by Ana Paula P. da Silva; Tatiana El-Bacha; Nattascha Kyaw; Reinaldo S. dos Santos; Wagner S. da Silva; Andrea T. Da Poian; Antonio Galina (S78).
S12.16 mitochondrial dysfunction in neuroblastoma cells infected with sindbis virus by Leandro S. da Costa; Antonio Galina; Andrea T. Da Poian; Tatiana El-Bacha (S79).
S12.17 effect of hemorrhagic shock on mitochondrial functions in rats by J.C. Duvigneau; S. Haindl; T. Behling; R.T. Hartl; C. Zifko; A. Postl; I Miller; W. Gregor; L. Gille; M. Gemeiner; S. Bahrami; H. Redl; A.V. Kozlov (S79).
S12.21 Respiratory control and mitochondrial defects in the failing human heart by H. Lemieux; S. Semsroth; E. Gnaiger (S80-S81).
S12.20 Delayed assembly kinetics of respiratory chain complex i in cybrids harbouring primary LHON mutations by Rosa Pello; Valerio Carelli; Andrea Martinuzzi; Leo Nijtmans; Miguel A. Martín; Jan Smeitink; Joaquín Arenas; Cristina Ugalde (S80).
S12.19 Adaptation of breast cancer cells to glucose deprivation: Increase in capacity and affinity of the oxphos system by Katarína Smolková; Nadège Bellance; Giovanni Bénard; Thierry Letellier; Erich Gnaiger; Lydie Hlavatá; Petr Jezek; Rodrigue Rossignol (S80).
S12.18 A genetic system to study mitochondrial DNA mutations and their propagation in mice by James B. Stewart; Christoph Freyer; Joanna L. Elson; Anna Wredenberg; Zekiye Cansu; Aleksandra Trifunovic; Nils-Göran Larsson (S80).
S11.23 Synthesis of functional P aracoccus d enitrificans cytochrome c oxidase by E scherichia coli cell-free coupled transcription/translation system by Yukie Katayama; Shimokata Kunitoshi; Suematsu Makoto; Tomitake Tsukihara; Takashi Ogura; Shinya Yoshikawa; Hideo Shimada (S70-S71).
S11.22 Biogenesis of cytochrome c oxidase subunit I: A cell-free expression approach by Achim Hannappel; Peter Greiner; Bernd Ludwig (S70).
S10.16 Ca2+-induced reactive oxygen species production in alpha-glicerophosphate supported mitochondria by Laszlo Tretter; Zsofia Komary; Vera Adam-Vizi (S61).
S10.17 Evaluation of antioxidant properties of some pyrazolo[3,4-d]pyrimidines derivatives and their effects on mitochondria bioenergetics by Filipe Rigueiro; Sandra Teixeira; Abdellatif M. Salaheldin; Ana M.F. Oliveira-Campos; Lígia M. Rodrigues; Francisco Peixoto; Maria M. Oliveira (S62).
S10.15 The high-fat-diet effect on rat liver mitochondrial biogenesis is sex-dependent by Antònia Nadal-Casellas; Emilia Amengual-Cladera; Ana M. Proenza; Isabel Lladó; Magdalena Gianotti (S61).
S10.14 Skeletal muscle UCP3 gender dimorphism in high-fat-diet-induced insulin resistance in aged rats by Yolanda Gómez-Pérez; Emilia Amengual-Cladera; Antoni Català-Niell; Elena Thomàs-Moyà; Magdalena Gianotti; Ana M. Proenza; Isabel Lladó (S61).
S10.13 Toxicity of parabens in testis mitochondria; a possible role on male infertility by Fátima Martins; Ana Margarida; Maria M. Oliveira; Paulo J. Oliveira; Francisco P. Peixoto (S60-S61).
S10.18 Interaction of mitochondria-targeted antioxidants with cells in culture by Bjris V. Chernyak; Armine V. Avetisyan; Lidia V. Domnina; Olga Y. Ivanova; Denis S. Izyumov; Maria V. Korotetskaya; Ekaterina V. Mostovenko; Olga Y. Pletjushkina; Vladimir P. Skulachev (S62).
S10.19 Pro-oxidant and anti-oxidant properties of mitochondrial matrix-targeted ubiquinone MITOQ10 by Jan Ježek; Lydie Plecitá-Hlavatá; Petr Ježek (S62).
S10.23 Variegate porphyria induces higher H2O2 production in stimulated lymphocytes due to an impaired respiratory function by Miguel D. Ferrer; Antoni Sureda; Pedro Tauler; Josep A. Tur; Antoni Pons (S63).
S10.24 Involvement of p38 in camptothecin induced expression of UcP2 in rat neonatal cardiomyocytes by Eva Valoušková; Jitka Vostálová; Petr Ježek; Martin Modrianský (S63-S64).
S10.22 Novel mitochondria-targeted antioxidants are capable to defense cells from the oxidative damage by Armine V. Avetisyan; Denis S. Izyumov; Elena K. Fetisova (S63).
S10.21 Quinones inhibit the mitochondrial permeability transition pore at two sites by Valeria Petronilli; Luca Nicolosi; Alexandra Krauskopf; Massimo Bergamin; Maurizio Prato; Paolo Bernardi (S63).
S10.20 Mitochondrial phospholipase iPLA2-dependent regulation of uncoupling protein UCP2 by Martin Jaburek; Jan Jezek; Lukas Alan; Michal Ruzicka; Petr Jezek (S62-S63).
S10.12 Kinetic model of nitric oxide inhibition of cellular respiration in intact cells by Susana Cadenas; Enara Aguirre; Félix Rodríguez-Juárez; Andrea Bellelli; Erich Gnaiger (S60).
S10.11 Bioenergetic regulation of nitric oxide production in rat mitochondria by Laura B. Valdez; Tamara Zaobornyj; Silvina Bombicino; Alberto Boveris (S60).
S10/3 Ischemic preconditioning invokes multiple mechanisms of nitric oxide and reactive oxygen signaling at the mitochondrial level by Paul S. Brookes (S58).
S10.4 Mild uncoupling reduces oxidative stress in intact cells by Alexander M. Wolf; Sadamitsu Asoh; Ikuroh Ohsawa; Shigeo Ohta (S58).
S10/2 Mitochondria and reversible apoptosis by Guy C. Brown (S58).
S10/1 Interactions of nitric oxide with cytochrome c and cytochrome c oxidase by Chris Cooper; Gary Silkstone; Maria Mason; Peter Nicholls; Mike Wilson (S57-S58).
S9.11 Novel mechanism of elimination of malfunctioning mitochondria (mitoptosis): Formation of mitoptotic bodies and extrusion of mitochondrial material from the cell by Olga Yu. Pletjushkina; Konstantin G. Lyamzaev; O.K. Nepryakhina; Valeria B. Saprunova; Lora E. Bakeeva; Boris V. Chernyak; Vladimir P. Skulachev (S57).
S10.5 The role of reactive oxygen and nitrogen species in the pathogenesis of acute renal failure by Egor Plotnikov; Anastasia Chupyrkina; Alena Vasileva; Aleksandr Kazachenko; Vladimir Kirpatovsky; Dmitry Zorov (S58-S59).
S10.6 The NADPH binding on phagocyte NADPH oxidase by Laura Baciou; Tania Bizouarn (S59).
S10.10 Discrepancy between effects of nitroglycerin and nitric oxide on mitochondrial respiration by P. Dungel; S. Haindl; C. Wagner; M. Jafarmadar; S. Bahrami; H. Redl; A.V. Kozlov (S60).
S10.9 Flavohemoproteins as potential targets of antibiotics by Emna El Hammi; Ulrich Ermler; Nejib M. Marzouki; Laura Baciou (S59-S60).
S10.8 Remodelling of mitochondrial function by the p13 protein of HTLV-1: Effects on reactive oxygen species and cell death by Micol Silic-Benussi; Enrica Cannizzaro; Nicola Vajente; Francesca Rende; Luigi Chieco-Bianchi; Daniela Saggioro; Fabio Di Lisa; Donna M. D'Agostino; Paolo Bernardi; Vincenzo Ciminale (S59).
S10.7 The phagocytic NAD(P)H-oxidase: Heterologous expression of membrane flavohemoprotein by Leila B. Lamanuzzi; Tania Bizouarn; Laura Baciou (S59).
S10.25 Effect of targeted quinones on ROS production and lipid peroxidation in mitochondria: Mitochondrial DNA polymerase mutant mice exibit high sensitivity by Mikhail Y. Vyssokikh; Irina G. Shabalina; Antonina V. Pustovidko; Daniel Edgar; Nils-Goran Larsson; Jan Nedergaard; Barbara Cannon; Vladimir P. Skulachev (S64).
S10.26 Nerolidol disturbe mitochondrial bioenergetic but delay the permeability transition pore due a membrane antioxidant protective effect by Francisco P. Peixoto; Dario Santos; Ana Barão; Carlos M. Palmeira; Silvia M. Rocha; Manuel A. Coimbra (S64).
S11.14 Isolation and characterization of cytochrome c oxidase and its supercomplex from the hyperthermophilic eubacterium Aquifex aeolicus by Ye Gao; Daniel Hierl; Björn Meyer; Michael Karas; Guohong Peng; Hartmut Michel (S68).
S11.15 Mutations within the k-channel of cytochrome c oxidase lead to rapid destabilization of the oh OH state by Dmitry A. Bloch; Michael Verkhovsky; Mårten Wikström (S68-S69).
S11.13 High resolution X-ray diffraction experiment of bovine cytochrome c oxidase by Michihiro Suga; Kyoko Ito-Shinzawa; Hiroshi Aoyama; Kazumasa Muramoto; Eiki Yamashita; Shinya Yoshikawa; Tomitake Tsukihara (S68).
S11.12 What can thermodynamics tells us about haem-copper oxygen reductases: A comparison between families by Filipa L. Sousa; Andreia F. Veríssimo; António M. Baptista; Miguel Teixeira; Manuela M. Pereira (S68).
S11.11 FTIR detection of carboxyl groups in bovine heart cytochrome c oxidase by Maréchal Amandine; Peter R. Rich (S67-S68).
S11.16 X-ray crystal structural analysis of cyanide binding cytochrome c oxidase by Masao Mochizuki; Isao Tomita; Kazumasa Muramoto; Kyoko Shinzawa-Itoh; Eiki Yamashita; Tomitake Tsukihara; Shinya Yoshikawa (S69).
S11.17 A peroxide bridge between the two metals in the dinuclear center of the fully oxidized cytochrome c oxidase by Hiroshi Aoyama; Kazumasa Muramoto; Kunio Hirata; Michihiro Suga; Eiki Yamashita; Kyoko Shinzawa-Itoh; Takashi Ogura; Tomitake Tsukihara; Shinya Yoshikawa (S69).
S11.21 The BA 3 cytochrome c oxidase from Thermus thermophilus by Carolin Werner; Bernd Ludwig (S70).
S11.20 Oxidase assembly factor surf1 in Paracoccus denitrificans: Two copies specifically act on two different terminal oxidases by Freya A. Bundschuh; Klaus Hoffmeier; Bernd Ludwig (S70).
S11.19 Substrate dictates the direction of vectorial proton transfer in heme-copper oxidases by Joachim Reimann; Yafei Huang; Håkan Lepp; Pia Ädelroth (S69-S70).
S11.18 Oxygen reduction in the terminal cbb 3-type oxidases by Laila M.R. Singh; Pia Ädelroth (S69).
S11. 10 Steady state redox interactions of cytochrome c oxidase by Maria G. Mason; Peter Nichols; Chris E. Cooper (S67).
S11.9 Characterisation of ubiquinol oxidase activity in a native-like membrane using voltammetry by Sophie A. Weiss; Stephen D. Evans; Richard Bushby; Peter J.F. Henderson; Lars J.C. Jeuken (S67).
S11/1 The proton pumping machinery of cytochrome c oxidase by Peter Brzezinski (S65).
S11/2 Biogenesis of cytochrome c oxidase — bacterial approaches to study cofactor insertion into subunit I by Bernd Ludwig; Freya A. Bundschuh; Klaus Hoffmeier; Carolin Werner; Achim Hannappel; Peter Greiner (S65).
S10.29 Regulation of H2O2 generation by uncoupling protein UCP1 in bat and thymus mitochondria by Andrea Dlaskova; Richard K. Porter (S65).
S10.28 Differences in H2O2 production, ΔΨm, JO2, electron transport chain enzyme activities and glutamate release in synaptosomes isolated from 6- and 18-month old rats by Seán M. Kilbride; Jayne E. Telford; Gavin P. Davey (S65).
S10.27 Deletion of mitochondrial uncoupling protein 2 gene enhances ischemic brain damage by suppressing cell cycle gene and anti-oxidative gene by Bryan Haines; Wenge Chen; Serena Pratt; Craig Warden; P. Li (S64).
S11/3 Carboxyl group functions in the heme-copper oxidases: Information from mid-ir vibrational spectroscopy by Peter R. Rich; Amandine Maréchal (S66).
S11/4 Fast ligand and electron transfer dynamics in oxidases and cytochrome c by Marten H. Vos (S66).
S11.8 The coupling of electron and proton transfer in haem copper oxidases as studied by peldor spectroscopy by Christian Teutloff; Gaye White; Robert B. Gennis; Andrew J. Thomson; Fraser MacMillan (S67).
S11/7 The mechanism of haem copper oxidases studied by EPR spectroscopy by Fraser MacMillan; Heike Angerer; Martin Kaupp; Christian Teutloff; Hartmut Michel (S66-S67).
S11/6 Looking for the minimum common denominator in haem-copper oxygen reductases: Towards a unified catalytic mechanism by Manuela M. Pereira; Filipa L. Sousa; Andreia F. Veríssimo; Miguel Teixeira (S66).
S11/5 The role of the conserved tryptophan272 of the Paracoccus denitrificans cytochrome c oxidase in proton pumping by Simon de Vries (S66).
S12.36 Oxidative stress in hypercholesterolemic ldl receptor knockout mice: Role of mitochondrial nadp-linked substrates and intracellular calcium levels by Bruno A. Paim; Jesus A. Velho; Giovanna R. Degasperi; Roger F. Castilho; Helena C.F. Oliveira; Anibal E. Vercesi (S84).
S12.37 The inhibitory protein 1f1 regulates cellular sensitivity to staurosporine-induced cell death by Choon H. Tan; Michelangelo Campanella; Andreas Seraphim; Ziad Farah; AnnaLucia Conte; Michael R. Duchen (S84-S85).
S15/3 Regulatory interactions in the dimeric cytochrome bc 1 complex by Raul Covian; Bernard L. Trumpower (S102).
S15/4 The loneliness of the electrons in the bc 1 complex by Jean-Pierre Mazat; Nicolas Parisey; Stéphane Ransac (S102-S103).
S15/2 Domain conformational switch of the iron sulfur protein in cytochrome bc 1 complex is induced by the electron transfer from cytochrome b L to b H by Chang-An Yu; Xiaowei Cen; He-Wen Ma; Ying Yin; Linda Yu; Lothar Esser; Di Xia (S102).
S15/1 The QO site semiquinone state in isolated cytochrome bc 1 (complex iii) from Rhodobacter capsulatus by Haibo Zhang; Artur Osyczka; Sarah E. Chobot; P. Leslie Dutton; Christopher C. Moser (S102).
S14.10 Estimation of membrane potential of rat liver mitochondrial particles by TMRE fluorescence in confocal mode by Irina V. Perevoshchikova; Dmitry B. Zorov; Yuri N. Antonenko (S101-S102).
S15.5 Construction of a bacterial bc 1 complex hetero dimer by Thomas Kleinschroth; Oliver Anderka; Bernd Ludwig (S103).
S15.6 The unprecedented peroxidase-like activity by nitrophorin-2, the no carrying heme protein from Rhodnius prolixus by Rahul Singh; Hongjun Zhang; Robert E. Berry; Ann Walker; Anabella Ivancich (S103).
S15.10 The role of glu272 in ubiquinol oxidation of mitochondrial cytochrome bc 1 complex by Wei-Chun Kao; Brigitte Meunier; Gaël Brasseur; Carola Hunte (S104).
S15.11 Do redox proprerties of ci heme depend on Qi site occupation and structure? by Agnès de Lacroix de Lavalette; Lise Barucq; Jean Alric; Fabrice Rappaport; Daniel Picot; Francesca Zito (S104).
S15.9 The alternative complex III from Rhodothermus marinus and its functional association with caa 3 oxygen reductase by Patrícia N. Refojo; Miguel Teixeira; M. Manuela Pereira (S104).
S15.8 Characterisation of the interaction between cytochrome bc 1 complex and its susbtrate cytchrome c by Ajeeta Nyola; Ernst Grell; Sozanne Solmaz; Tina Wenz; Francis Millett; Carola Hunte (S104).
S15.7 Estimation of the lifetime of the complex between cytochrome c and cytochrome bc 1 using electron paramagnetic resonance by Marcin Sarewicz; Arkadiusz Borek; Fevzi Daldal; Wojciech Froncisz; Artur Osyczka (S103).
S14.9 Testing the mitochondrial free radical theory of aging in Drosophila melanogaster by Alberto Sanz; Emilia Babusiakova; Tea Tuomela; Eero Mustalahti; Daniel J.M. Fernandez-Ayala; Howy Jacobs (S101).
S14.8 Top-down control analysis of mitochondrial oxidative phosphorylation: From mitochondria to pathologies by Gilles Gouspillou; Isabelle Bourdel-Marchasson; Richard Rouland; Jean-Michel Franconi; Philippe Diolez (S101).
S13.45 Chlamydomonas reinhardtii mitoproteome adaptation in response to inactivation of the energy-dissipating alternative oxidase 1 by RNA interference by Marie Cloes; Gregory Mathy; Pierre Cardol; Rowan L. Dobson; Fabrice Franck; Francis E. Sluse (S99).
S14/1 Cardiolipin as an oxidative target in cardiac mitochondria in the aged rat by Edward J. Lesnefsky; Charles L. Hoppel (S99).
S13.44 Role of THE NapGH menaquinol dehydrogenase complex in Wolinella succinogenes nitrate respiration by Melanie Kern; Jörg Simon (S99).
S13.43 Inhibitors of succinate dehydrogenase (SDH) and complex III promote respiration of liver mitochondria under conditions of functioning dt-diaphorase (DTD) by Konstantin A. Motovilov; Lev S. Yaguzhinsky (S98-S99).
S13.42 Alternative oxidase 1a in Arabidopsis thaliana is required for normal stress response by James Whelan (S98).
S14/2 Mitochondrial volume regulation by a redox switch on the adenine nucleotide translocase by Miguel A. Aon; Sonia Cortassa; Brian O'Rourke (S99-S100).
S14/3 Targeting molecules to mitochondria by Michael P. Murphy (S100).
S14.7 Impact of chronological aging on mitoproteome of Saccharomyces cerevisiae by Allan MacCord; Gregory Mathy; Pierre Leprince; Edwin de Pauw; Francis E. Sluse (S101).
S14.6 Impaired thermogenesis in PolgA mtDNA polymerase mutant mice by Irina G. Shabalina; Robert Csikasz; Daniel Edgar; Nils-Göran Larsson; Alexandra Trifunovic; Barbara Cannon; Jan Nedergaard (S100-S101).
S14.5 Does aging influence lymphocyte mitochondria respiration in trained people? by Maria P. Mota; Francisco P. Peixoto; Jorge Soares; Pedro Figueiredo; José A. Duarte (S100).
S14.4 Random mtDNA mutations cause respiratory dysfunction through failure in complex assembly by Daniel Edgar; Irina G. Shabalina; Yolanda Camara; Barbara Cannon; Jan Nedergaard; Nils-Göran Larsson; Aleksandra Trifunovic (S100).
S15.12 Inhibition of mammalian cytochrome bc 1 complex by chromanols and related compounds by Lars Gille; Andrea Müllebner; Anjan Patel; Werner Stamberg; Thomas Rosenau (S105).
S15.13 Is cytochrome b glutamic acid 272 a quinol binding residue in the bc 1 complex? by Nadir Seddiki; Brigitte Meunier; Danielle Lemesle-Meunier; Carola Hunte; Gaël Brasseur (S105).
C2/2 Rapid kinetic studies of electron transfer in cytochrome oxidase by Francis Millett; Sue E. Brand; Sany Rajagukguk; Krithika Ganesan; Lois Geren; Marian Fabian; Dan Han; Robert B. Gennis; Bill Durham; Shelagh Ferguson-Miller; Denise A. Mills (S109).
C2/3 A redox coupled proton pumping mechanism for the B-type cytochrome c oxidases: Density functional studies of the ba 3-oxidase from Thermus thermophilus by James A. Fee; David A. Case; L. Noodleman (S109-S110).
C2/1 Controversial issues and conformational changes in cytochrome c oxidase by Shelagh Ferguson-Miller; Ling Qin; Michael Garavito (S109).
C1/4 Energy and informational fluxes in evolution — The key to complexity in the biosphere by Antony R. Crofts (S109).
C1/3 Chloroplast sensor kinase — The redox messenger of organelle gene expression by John F. Allen; Sujith Puthiyaveetil (S108-S109).
C2/4 Electrons, protons, and low-energy transitions in heme-copper oxidases by William H. Woodruff (S110).
C2/5 Evidence for the H-channel proton pump in bovine cytochrome c oxidase by Shinya Yoshikawa; Tomitake Tsukihara; Hideo Shimada; Kyoko Shinzawa-Itoh; Kazumasa Muramoto; Hiroshi Aoyama (S110).
From the organizers by Richard K. Porter (S1).
C2.8 The relationship between cellular oxygen consumption and cytochrome oxidase oxidation state by Roger Springett; Michelle Abajian; Maureen O. Ripple (S111).
C2.7 Ca2+ binding to cytochrome c oxidase affects redox properties of heme a by Tatiana V. Vygodina; Vasily V. Ptushenko; Alexander A. Konstantinov (S110-S111).
C2.6 Theoretical and computational analysis of the membrane potential generated by cytochrome c oxidase upon single electron injection into the enzyme and the identity of its proton pumping site by Ryogo Sugitani; Emile S. Medvedev; Alexei A. Stuchebrukhov (S110).
C1/2 Energetics of the first bacteria as inferred from genome analysis by Michael Y. Galperin; Eugene V. Koonin; Kira S. Makarova; Armen Y. Mulkidjanian (S108).
C1/1 Introductory notes: Energetic constraints at the very beginning of life by Armen Y. Mulkidjanian (S108).
S15.17 Probing the environment of heme c i of rieske/cytochrome b complexes by its phylogenetic diversity and by site directed mutagenesis by Frauke Baymann; Anne-Lise Ducluzeau; Elodie Chenu; Agnès de Lacroix de Lavalette; Francesca Zito; Wolfgang Nitschke (S106).
S16/1 Advances in defining the mitochondrial membrane proteome by Ian M. Fearnley (S106).
S15.16 The P. denitrificans cytochrome bc 1 complex: A deletion in the acidic domain of cytochrome c 1 by Michela Castellani; Thomas Kleinschroth; Nina Morgner; Bernhard Brutschy; Francesco Malatesta; Bernd Ludwig (S106).
S15.15 Remodelling bc 1 complex Qo site in yeast to study acquired resistance to inhibitors by Brigitte Meunier; Nicholas Fisher (S105-S106).
S15.14 Stochastic approach of bc 1 complex functioning by Stéphane Ransac; Jean-Pierre Mazat (S105).
S16/2 Protein phosphorylation site analysis on different hybrid linear ion trap mass spectrometers by Nick Morrice (S106-S107).
S16/3 Mammalian liver cytochrome c is tyrosine-48 phosphorylated in vivo, inhibiting mitochondrial respiration by Hong Yu; Icksoo Lee; Arthur R. Salomon; Kebing Yu; Maik Hüttemann (S107).
S16.7 Analysis of proteins released through the permeability transition pore of rat brain mitochondria by Rashmi U. Pathak; Stephen R. Quinn; Martha Motherway Gildea; Gavin P. Davey (S108).
S16.6 Analysis of synaptic and non-synaptic mitochondria using colorless- and blue-native page by Laura Brady; Rashmi U. Pathak; Martha Motherway Gildea; Keith F. Tipton; Gavin P. Davey (S107-S108).
S16.5 High sensitivity identification of membrane proteins by MALDI TOF-mass spectrometry using polystyrene beads by M. Zoonens; N. Bensalem; S. Masscheleyn; J. Mozo; B. Vallée; F. Brouillard; S. Trudel; D. Ricquier; A. Edelman; I.C. Guerrera; B. Miroux (S107).
S16/4 Mitochondrial comparative proteomics: Strength and pitfalls by Francis E. Sluse (S107).
S13.41 Bamboo mitochondrial energy metabolic pathways in Bambusa oldhamii and Phyllostachys edulis during rapid shooting stage by Lee-Feng Chien; Hui-Ping Chen; Yuan-Chin Wu (S98).
S13.40 Characterization of the redox centres in arsenite oxidase by S. Duval; W. Nitschke; B. Schoepp-Cothenet (S98).
S13/4 Structural and biochemical characterisation of the alternative oxidases by Anthony L. Moore; Paul G. Crichton; Mary S. Albury (S89).
S13.5 An alternative site for proton entry from the cytoplasm to the quinone binding site in the Escherichia coli succinate dehydrogenase by Victor W.T. Cheng; Antonia Johnson; Richard A. Rothery; Joel H. Weiner (S89).
S13/3 Activated q-cycle as a common mechanism for the cytochrome bc 1 and cytochrome b 6 f complexes by Armen Y. Mulkidjanian; Sergey S. Klishin; Natalia E. Voskoboynikova (S89).
S13/2 Conformational changes and activity of complex II by Gary Cecchini; Elena Maklashina; Thomas M. Tomasiak; Tina M. Iverson (S88-S89).
S13/1 Heme plus apoprotein = c-type cytochrome: Not so simple by Stuart J. Ferguson (S88).
S13.6 Heme-free variants of Escherichia coli succinate dehydrogenase by Quang M. Tran; Richard A. Rothery; Elena Maklashina; Gary Cecchini; Joel H. Weiner (S89-S90).
S13.7 Heterologous overexpression of eukaryotic cytochrome c and cytochrome c heme lyase to study the mechanism of cytochrome c maturation by Katalin Tenger; Petro Khoroshyy; Gábor Rákhely; László Zimányi (S90).
S13.11 Towards crystallizing co-complexes of newly identified inhibitors with the QFR from Wolinella succinogenes and with other members of the superfamily of succinate:quinone oxidoreductases by Florian Müller; Gregor Madej; Hamid R. Nasiri; Harald Schwalbe; Hanno D. Juhnke; Tina Stumpp; C. Roy D. Lancaster (S91).
S13.12 Hybrid protein-semiconductor photonic structures using bacteriorhodopsin and glucose oxidase by László Zimányi; Marta Martin; Gabriela Palestino; Thierry Cloitre; Frédéric J.G. Cuisinier; Csilla Gergely (S91).
S13. 10 Relationship between the supramolecular organization of the respiratory chain and electrons competition by Arnaud Mourier; Anne Devin; Michel Rigoulet (S90-S91).
S13.9 Protein control of [3fe–4s] cluster redox chemistry in two Escherichia coli complex II paralogs by Richard A. Rothery; Quang Tran; Nassrein Hussein; Elena Maklashina; Gary Cecchini; Joel H. Weiner (S90).
S13.8 Tuning the electron transfer rate by the redox potential of cytochrome c in complex with cytochrome c oxidase by Petro Khoroshyy; Katalin Tenger; László Zimányi (S90).
S12.50 Intragenic suppressors of the mtDNA T8993G mutation responsible for neuropathy, ataxia, retinis pigmentosa disease, modelled in Saccharomyces cerevisiae by Maïlis Bietenhader; Roza Kucharczyk; Malgorzata Rak; Nahia Ezkurdia; Jean-Paul di Rago (S88).
S12.49 A yeast model of the neurogenic ataxia retinitis pigmentosa (NARP) T8993C mutation in the mitochondrial ATP synthase-6 gene by Roza Kucharczyk; Jean-Paul di Rago (S88).
S12.41 Altered mitochondrial respiration and energy metabolism in brain cells from transgenic Alzheimer’s disease mice by Virginie Rhein; Ginette Baysang; Fides Meier; Laurence Ozmen; Horst Bluethmann; Stefan Dröse; Ulrich Brandt; Franz Müller-Spahn; Christian Czech; Jurgen Götz; Anne Eckert (S85-S86).
S12.42 The frataxin-interacting protein grp75 chaperone plays an essential role in mitochondrial Fe/S cluster biogenesis by Yuxi Shan; Gino Cortopassi (S86).
S12.40 Response to metabolic stress in cybrids obtained from patients with Leber's hereditary optic neuropathy by Monica Montopoli; Marianna Fantin; Laura Caparrotta; Valerio Carelli; Andrea Martinuzzi (S85).
S12.39 Natural sunlight damage to human skin mitochondria by Luciene M. Zanchetta; James Walsh; Fiona M. Lyng; James E.J. Murphy (S85).
S12.38 Nutrient modulation of mitochondrial function, oxidative stress and cell cycle in human colon cancer by Francisca M. Santandreu; Silvia Fernández de Mattos; Pilar Roca; Jordi Oliver (S85).
S12.43 Gene expression profiling of liver and skeletal muscle in newborn mice exposed to an in utero low protein diet with or without taurine by Ole H. Mortensen; Hanne L. Olsen; Lis Frandsen; Peter E. Nielsen; Finn C. Nielsen; Niels Grunnet; Bjørn Quistorff (S86).
S12.44 Mitochondrial function in lamb as a consequence of maternal caloric restriction during pregnancy and high-fat-high-carbohydrate diet post partum by Wenche Jørgensen; Christiane Gam; Morten Scheibye-Knudsen; Mette O. Nielsen; Niels Grunnet; Bjørn Quistorff (S86).
S12.48 The cannabinoid cb1 antagonist, rimonabant, improves hepatic mitochondrial function in rats fed a high fat diet by Mélissa Flamment; Naïg Gueguen; Céline Wetterwald; Gilles Simard; Yves Malthièry; Pierre-Henri Ducluzeau (S87).
S12.47 Glycine prevents mitochondrial impairment caused by left carotid occlusion by Natalia V. Lobysheva; Olga N. Vorontsova; Anton A. Tonshin; Aleksei A. Selin; Lev S. Yaguzhinsky; Yaroslav R. Nartsissov (S87).
S12.46 Hypoxic pulmonary vasoconstriction is modulated in ucp2 knock-out mice during acute and sustained hypoxia by Timm Höres; Natascha Sommer; Hossein A. Ghofrani; Ralph T. Schermuly; Werner Seeger; Fritz Grimminger; Norbert Weissmann (S87).
S12.45 Evidence that the mitochondrial phosphate carrier is a key component of the mitochondrial permeability transition pore by Pinadda Varanyuwatana; Anna W.C. Leung; Andrew P. Halestrap (S87).
S13.13 Multiheme periplasmic cytochromes of Geobacter sulfurreducens: Optimized cellular devices to face extracellular electron acceptors? by Leonor Morgado; Marta Bruix; Yuri Y. Londer; P. Raj Pokkuluri; Marianne Schiffer; Carlos A. Salgueiro (S91).
S13.14 Spectroscopic and structural studies of the alternative oxidase by Anthony L. Moore; Peter Heathcote; Kiyoshi Kita; Mary S. Albury (S91-S92).
S13.32 Methylotrophic yeasts as model organisms to study complex I by Hannah R. Bridges; Ljuban Grgic; Judy Hirst (S96).
S13.33 Does cytochrome c oxidase pump protons in the controlled state? by Peter Nicholls; Chris E. Cooper (S96).
S13.30 The Escherichia coli hydrogenase activity under glycerol fermentation by Karen Trchounian; Armen Trchounian (S95-S96).
S13.29 Purification, characterisation and crystallisation of Thermus thermophilus succinate dehydrogenase by Sarah R. O'Kane; Frauke Baymann; Wolfgang Nitschke; Tewfik Soulimane (S95).
S13.28 c-type cytochromes coupled to chlorate reduction in Ideonella dechloratans by Anna Smedja Bäcklund; Jan Bohlin; Thomas Nilsson (S95).
S13.34 Structural and functional characterization of Aquifex aeolicus sulfide:quinone reductase by Marco Marcia; Ulrich Ermler; Guohong Peng; Hartmut Michel (S96).
S13.35 Role of conserved residues of the membrane subunit nuoM in energy conversion by the proton-pumping nadh:ubiquinone oxidoreductase (Complex I) by Galina Belevich; Liliya Euro; Michael I. Verkhovsky; Mårten Wikström; Marina Verkhovskaya (S96-S97).
S13.39 Mitochondrial dysfunction in tau-sy5y cells — A model for Alzheimer's disease and ftdp-17 by K.L. Schulz; K. Leuner; A. Eckert; W.E. Mueller (S97-S98).
S13.38 A vicious cycle-mitochondrial dysfunction leads to beta-amyloid accumulation by Tanja Schütt; Kristina Leuner; Walter E. Müller (S97).
S13.37 A sperm whale myoglobin as protein model of cytochrome a 3: The role of heme propionates by Marian Fabian; Eileen W. Singleton; Jayashree Soman; John S. Olson (S97).
S13.36 Electrostatic interactions between FeS clusters in Complex I from Escherichia coli by Liliya Euro; Dmitry A. Bloch; Mårten Wikström; Michael I. Verkhovsky; Marina Verkhovskaya (S97).
S13.27 Fidelity of water-gated mechanism in cytochrome c oxidase by Ville R.I. Kaila; Gerhard Hummer; Mårten Wikström (S95).
S13.26 Divergence in structure of mitochondrial respiratory complex II (succinate–ubiquinone reductase) revealed by protozoan enzymes by Jorge Morales; Tatsushi Mogim; Kiyoshi Kita (S94-S95).
S13.18 Light-activating the respiratory chain: Toward the time-resolved studies of the electron transfer chain in vivo by Martin Trouillard; Brigitte Meunier; Fabrice Rappaport (S92-S93).
S13.19 A role for sodium ions in the respiratory chain of Rhodothermus marinus by Andreia S. Fernandes; Ana P. Batista; Ricardo O. Louro; Miguel Teixeira; Julia Steuber; Manuela M. Pereira (S93).
S13.17 Reverse redox loop enzymes for driving endergonic reactions in bacterial electron transport by Gottfried Unden (S92).
S13.16 The role of the cross-linked Tyr in the catalytic cycle of cytochrome c oxidase by Elena A. Gorbikova; Ilya Belevich; Mårten Wikström; Michael I. Verkhovsky (S92).
S13.15 Far infrared spectroscopic studies on hydrogen bonding features in proteins from the respiratory chain by Petra Hellwig; Youssef El Khoury; Ruth Hielscher (S92).
S13.20 Structural characterization of respiratory complexes in potato tuber by Jelle B. Bultema; Roman Kouřil; Hans-Peter Braun; Egbert J. Boekema (S93).
S13.21 Production, characterization, and determination of the real catalytic properties of the ‘succinate dehydrogenase’ from Wolinella succinogenes by Hanno D. Juhnke; Heiko Hiltscher; Hamid R. Nasiri; Harald Schwalbe; C. Roy D. Lancaster (S93).
S13.25 Succinate:menaquinone oxidoreductase (complex II) from Corynebacterium glutamicum by Yoshiki Kabashima; Naoya Iso; Junshi Sakamoto (S94).
S13.24 Monitoring promoter activity of the branched respiratory chain of Corynebacterium glutamicum using GFP reporter system by Junichi Kishikawa; Makoto Aoyagi; Hideo Iwai; Junshi Sakamoto (S94).
S13.23 Proton transfer along surfaces of membranes and membrane-proteins by Linda Öjemyr; Tor Sandén; Jerker Widengren; Peter Brzezinski (S94).
S13.22 The mechanism of nitric oxide reduction in NOR from Paracoccus denitrificans by Peter Lachmann; Ulrika Flock; Pia Ädelroth (S94).
S9.10 Cell type specificity of mitochondrial dynamics: Striking differences between adult rat cardiomyocytes, HL-1 cells and human pancreatic cells by Andrey V. Kuznetsov; Martin Hermann; Yves Usson; Nathalie Beraud; Valdur Saks; Jakob Troppmair; Paul Hengster; Raimund Margreiter (S57).
S9.9 MiD51 and MiD49: New mediators of mammalian mitochondrial distribution by Laura D. Osellame; Olga S. Koutsopoulos; David Laine; Ann E. Frazier; Michael T. Ryan (S57).
S1. 45 Single pair fret with fusion proteins of the F0F1-ATP synthases from Escherichia coli by Kathrin Förster; Jan Petersen; Peter Gräber (S20).
S1.46 Supramolecular organization of mitochondrial ATP synthases: Electron microscopy study by Natalya V. Dudkina; Gert Ooostergetel; Wilko Keegstra; Jesco Heinemeyer; Hans-Peter Braun; Egbert J. Boekema (S20).
S1.44 Mass determination of membrane protein complexes in detergent solution: The c rings from F-ATP synthases by Thomas Meier; Nina Morgner; Doreen Matthies; Denys Pogoryelov; Bernd Brutschy (S19-S20).
S1.43 Dimeric ATP synthase in thylakoid membranes of green algae and cyanobacteria by Tina Suhai; Helena J. Schwaßmann; Sascha Rexroth; Norbert A. Dencher; Holger Seelert (S19).
S1.42 H+-ATP synthase from chloroplasts: Rotational movement of subunits in single enzymes during ATP synthesis by Roland Bienert; Manuel Diez; Peter Gräber (S19).
S1. 47 Epsilon subunit, an ATP sensor of ATP synthase by Yasuyuki Kato-Yamada (S20).
S1.48 Yeast cells depleted in subunit h fail to assemble subunit 6 within the ATP synthase and exhibit altered mitochondrial cristae morphology by Vanessa Goyon; Rémi Fronzes; Bénédicte Salin; Jean-Paul di-Rago; Jean Velours; Daniel Brèthes (S20-S21).
S2/3 Structural plasticity of the Rhodobacter photosystem by Michael R. Jones; Lucy I. Crouch (S21-S22).
S2/4 The 2-methoxy group of ubiquinone is essential for function of the acceptor quinones in reaction centers from R. sphaeroides by Colin A. Wraight; Ahmet Vakkasoglu; Yuri Poluektov; Aidas Mattis; Danielle Nihan; Bruce H. Lipshutz (S22).
S2/2 Structure and function of photosynthetic membrane proteins by Petra Fromme; HongQi Yu; Raimund Fromme; Devendra K. Chauhan; Ben Varco-Merth; Robert Lawrence; Yana DeRuyter; Craig Jolley; Balakumar Thangaraj; Christopher Vanselow; Ingo Grotjohann; Herve Bottin; Pierre Setif (S21).
S2/1 Membrane protein structure determination using crystallography and lipidic mesophases by Martin Caffrey (S21).
S1.49 Kinetics of the F-ATPase of E. coli before and after blocking the C-terminal end of γ by Florian Hilbers; Hendrik Sielaff; Siegfried Engelbrecht; Wolfgang Junge (S21).
S1.41 Single molecule analysis of the tentoxin-induced molecular processes of inhibition and stimulation of CF1 by Erik Meiß; Hiroki Konno; Georg Groth; Toru Hisabori (S19).
S1.40 Domain motions of the catalytic subunit β in F1-ATPase revealed by single molecule observation by Tomoko Masaike; Fumie Koyama; Kazuhiro Oiwa; Masasuke Yoshida; Takayuki Nishizaka (S18-S19).
S1.32 Intermediate positions of ATP on its trail to the binding pocket of subunit B and the high resolution structure of its neighbouring subunit F of the A1AO A1A0 ATP synthase by Anil Kumar; Malathy S.S. Manimekalai; Asha M. Balakrishna; Shovanlal Gayen; Subramanian Vivekanandan; Goran Biuković; Ho S. Yoon; Gerhard Grüber (S17).
S1.33 Effect of C-terminal ε truncation on Pi regulation of the E. coli ATP-synthase by Manuela D'Alessandro; B. Andrea Melandri; Stanley D. Dunn (S17).
S1.31 Special adaptations of the ATP synthase F0 sector are required for alkaliphile oxphos at high pH by David B. Hicks; Jun Liu; Makoto Fujisawa; Terry A. Krulwich (S17).
S1.30 The F0F1-ATPase activity and molecular hydrogen production by Rhodobacter sphaeroides by Lilit Gabrielyan; Armen Trchounian (S16).
S1.29 Exploring rotary ATP synthase by electron tomography of two-dimensional crystals by Christoph Gerle; Christopher P. Arthur; Ken Yokoyama; Yoshinori Fujiyoshi; Kaoru Mitsuoka (S16).
S1.34 What determines the size of the Fo rotor? by Denys Pogoryelov; Thomas Meier (S17).
S1.35 The rotor subunit interface of the ATP synthase from Ilyobacter tartaricus by Denys Pogoryelov; Uwe Schlattner; Thomas Meier; Peter Dimroth (S17).
S1.39 Quantum-mechanical approach to the description of proton diffusion in the membrane protein pore of ATP-synthase by Elena V. Mashkovtseva; Yaroslav R. Nartsissov (S18).
S1.38 Expression vectors for mutant peripheral stalk subunits in Escherichia coli and Saccharomyces cerevisiae by Amanda K. Welch; Rachel O. Grimes; Brian D. Cain (S18).
S1.37 Changes in crosslink efficiency between b subunits in the peripheral stalk of F1FO F1F0 ATP synthase by Shane B. Claggett; Mac-O'Neil Plancher; Stanley D. Dunn; Brian D. Cain (S18).
S1.36 Solution structure of subunit d, E and G of the eukaryotic V-ATPase by Youg R. Thaker; Sankaranarayanan Rishikesan; Gerhard Grüber (S18).
S2/5 The photosystem I reaction centre of oxygenic photosynthesis by Peter Heathcote (S22).
S2/6 The unusual configuration of the quinone reduction site of the cytochrome b 6 f complex by Daniel Picot (S22).
S3.11 The mechanism of transport across the inner mitochondrial membrane: Clues from the PxW subfamily by Scott A. Lawrence; Richard G. Moran (S27).
S3.12 The ADP/ATP carrier of the apicomplexa Cryptosporidium parvum by John R. Mifsud; Edmund R.S. Kunji (S27).
S3.10 A role for uncoupling protein 1 in the formation of the mitochondrial permeability transition pore? by Paul G. Crichton; Nadeene Parker; Martin D. Brand (S27).
S3.9 Effect of single gene deletions of mrpA–G and mrpE point mutations on activity of the Mrp Na+/H+ antiporter of alkaliphilic Bacillus and formation of hetero-oligomeric Mrp complex by Masato Morino; Shinsuke Natsui; Talia H. Swartz; Terry A. Krulwich; Masahiro Ito (S26-S27).
S3.8 Effects of inhibitors on the unfolding of the mitochondrial ADP/ATP carrier by single-molecule force spectroscopy by Alex Hellawell; Alexej Kedrov; Adam Klosin; R. Bill Broadhurst; Edmund R.S. Kunji; Daniel Müller (S26).
S3.13 Determination of the dimensions and mass of membrane proteins in detergents by size exclusion chromatography by Marilyn Harding; Edmund R.S. Kunji (S27).
S3.14 In Saccharomyces cerevisiae cells VDAC mediates the cytosol redox state and subsequently the expression levels of protein import channels of the mitochondrial outer membrane by Hanna Galganska; Malgorzata Budzinska; Malgorzata Wojtkowska; Andonis Karachitos; Hanna Kmita (S28).
S3.18 Redox state of quinone affects Acanthamoeba castellanii mitochondrial uncoupling protein activity through sensitivity to purine nucleotides by Aleksandra Swida; Andrzej Woyda-Ploszczyca; Wieslawa Jarmuszkiewicz (S29).
S3.17 A profile of free fatty acid specificity in Acanthamoeba castellanii mitochondrial uncoupling by Aleksandra Swida; Wieslawa Jarmuszkiewicz (S28).
S3.16 Molecular and functional characterization of new pathogenic mutations in mitochondrial ornithine and aspartate/glutamate transporters by Giuseppe Fiermonte; Eleonora Paradies; Alessandra Tessa; Filippo M. Santorelli; Carlo Dionisi-Vici; Robin H. Lachmann; Ferdinando Palmieri (S28).
S3.15 Novel proteins involved in mitochondrial K+/H+ exchange by Ludmila Zotowa; Rudolf J. Schweyen; Karin Nowikovsky (S28).
S3/7 Intramitochondrial signaling — Interactions among mitoKATP, PKCε, ROS, and MPT by Keith D. Garlid; Alexandre D.T. Costa (S26).
S3/6 A novel potassium channels in mitochondria by Adam Szewczyk; Piotr Bednarczyk; Katarzyna Choma; Iza Koszela-Piotrowska; Dominika Malińska; Bogusz Kulawiak; Marta Piwońska; Wiesława Jarnuszkiewicz; Agnieszka Łojek; Krzysztof Dołowy; Wolfram S. Kunz (S25-S26).
S2.10 A glimpse into the atomic structure of plant photosystem I — 3.5 billion years of perfection by Nathan Nelson (S23).
S2.11 Structure of photosystem I and its natural electron acceptor ferredoxin in co-crystals at 3.8 Å resolution by Raimund Fromme; Hongqi Yu; Craig Jolley; Ingo Grotjohann; Meitian Wang; Pierre Sétif; Hervé Bottin; Petra Fromme (S24).
S2.9 Hydrogencarbonate is not a structural part of the Mn4O x Ca cluster in photosystem II by Dmitriy Shevela; Ji-Hu Su; Vyacheslav Klimov; Johannes Messinger (S23).
S2.8 Substitution of ILE L177 by His in Rhodobacter sphaeroides reaction center affects interaction of BCHL molecule with the surrounding protein environment by Tatiana Y. Fufina; Lyudmila G. Vasilieva; Ravil A. Khatypov; Vladimir A. Shuvalov (S23).
S2.7 The bacteriochlorophyll BA is missing in H(L153)Y Rhodobacter sphaeroides RC by Maria M. Leonova; Lyudmila G. Vasilieva; Ravil A. Khatypov; Vladimir A. Boichenko; Vladimir A. Shuvaliov (S22-S23).
S2.12 Growth and photosynthetic performance of the ricefield cyanobacterium Anabaena cylindrica to the herbicide bentazon by Victor M.F. Galhano; José C.E. Gomes-Laranjo; Francisco M.P. Peixoto (S24).
S3/1 An ancient look at UCP1 by Martin Klingenspor; Tobias Fromme; David A. Hughes; Lars Manzke; Elias Polymeropoulos; Tobias Riemann; Magdalene Trzcionka; Verena Hirschberg; Martin Jastroch (S24).
S3/5 Control and effect of UCP1 activity in brown-fat cells and mitochondria, and in mice and men by Jan Nedergaard; Emma C. Backlund; Helena Feldmann; Valeria Golozoubova; Irina G. Shabalina; Barbara Cannon (S25).
S3/4 Substrate recognition and transport mechanism of mitochondrial carriers by Edmund R.S. Kunji; Alan J. Robinson (S25).
S3/3 Crystal structure based study of NhaA, a Na+/H+ antiporter by Etana Padan (S25).
S3/2 Structural studies on bacterial and mammalian transporters by So Iwata (S24-S25).
S1.28 Mechanochemical coupling of F1-ATPase and intracellular ATP imaging by Hiroyuki Noji; Rikiya Watanabe; Daichi Okuno; Hiromi Imamura (S15-S16).
S1.27 Step size of proton-driven c ring rotation in single FoF1F0F1-ATP synthase by FRET by M.G. Düser; N. Zarrabi; S. Ernst; D.J. Cipriano; G.D. Glick; S.D. Dunn; M. Börsch (S15).
P/18 An attempt to arrest the aging program by means of mitochondria-targeted plastoquinone by Vladimir P. Skulachev (S6).
P/19 Evidence for the presence of a peroxide in the binuclear site of oxidized cytochrome c oxidase: The new catalytic cycle by Hartmut Michel; Heike Angerer; Juergen Koepke; Fraser MacMillan (S6-S7).
P/17 Nitric oxide: Mitochondrial interactions in physiology and pathophysiology by Salvador Moncada (S6).
P/16 Uncoupling Protein 2: Physiology data and biochemistry questions by Daniel Ricquier; Yalin Emre; Claire Pecqueur; Mar Gonzalez-Barroso; Tobias Nübel; Bruno Miroux; Frederic Bouillaud (S6).
P/15 Mitochondrial Ca2+ homeostasis in cell life and death by R. Rizzuto; P. Pinton; P. Aguiari; T. Blom; F. Celsi; D. De Stefani; C. Fotino; S. Leo; M. Marchi; A. Rimessi; A. Romagnoli; R. Siviero; E. Zecchini (S5).
P/20 The proton translocation mechanism of cytochrome c oxidase by Marten Wikstrøm (S7).
P/21 The proton pumping heme-copper oxidases by Robert B. Gennis (S7).
P/25. Is the modified Q-cycle sufficient as a model to describe the mechanism of the bc1 complex without invoking electron transfer across the dimer interface? by A.R. Crofts; J.T. Holland; D. Victoria; D.R.J. Kolling; S.A. Dikanov; R. Gilbreth; S. Lhee; R. Kuras; M. Guergova Kuras (S8).
P/26 The systems biology of the mammalian mitochondria by Robert Balaban (S8).
P/24 Distance metrics for heme protein electron tunneling by Christopher C. Moser; Sarah E. Chobot; Christopher C. Page; P. Leslie Dutton (S8).
P/23 Toward a mitochondrial therapy of collagen VI muscular dystrophies by Paolo Bernardi (S7-S8).
P/22 Cytochrome c binding to the cytochrome bc 1 complex: An interaction critical for electron transfer by Sozanne Solmaz; Tina Wenz; Ajeeta Nyola; Carola Hunte (S7).
P/14 The Bcl-2 family and mitochondria: In sickness and in health by R.J. Youle (S5).
P/13 Sites of generation of reactive oxygen species in brain tissue by Alexei P. Kudin; Dominika Malinska; Wolfram S. Kunz (S5).
P/5 New functions for novel mitochondrial transporters by Ferdinando Palmieri (S3).
P/6 The water oxidizing enzyme by A. William Rutherford (S3).
P/4 Import and assembly of mitochondrial proteins by Nikolaus Pfanner (S3).
P/3 Mechanism and regulation of F0 F 1 -motor by Masasuke Yoshida (S2).
P/2 Understanding the coupling mechanism of ATP synthase from its mosaic structure by John E. Walker (S2).
P/7 The structure of purple bacterial antenna complexes: From single molecules to native membranes by Richard J. Cogdell; Alastair T. Gardiner; Mads Gabrielsen; Aleks W. Roszak; June Southall; Tatas Brotosudarmo; Neil W. Isaccs; Hideki Hashimoto; Juergen Baier; Silke Oellerich; Martin Richter; Juergen Koehler; Francesco Francia; Giovanni Venturoli; Dieter Oesterhelt (S3).
P/8 Catalysis of substrate conversion and electron transfer by mitochondrial complex I by Judy Hirst (S3-S4).
P/12 Interaction of antenna carotenoid and retinal in the light-driven proton pump xanthorhodopsin by Janos K. Lanyi; Sergei P. Balashov (S5).
P/11 Quantification of the electrochemical proton gradient and activation of ATP synthase in leaves by Pierre Joliot (S4).
P/10 The genetics and pathophysiology of mitochondrial disease by Douglas C. Wallace (S4).
P/9 Structural and functional insight into mitochondrial complex I by Ulrich Brandt (S4).
S1/1 Mode of ion binding in the ATP synthase family by Christoph von Ballmoos; Peter Dimroth (S8-S9).
S1/2 Mechanistic insights of F1-ATPase rotation from single-molecule measurements of the power stroke by Wayne D. Frasch (S9).
S1.19 Observation of rotation of subunit c in the membrane integrated EF0F1 by single molecule fluorescence by Verena Rombach-Riegraf; Jan Petersen; Eva Galvez; Peter Gräber (S13).
S1.20 Divalent metal binding to bovine heart F1 ATPase: An FT-ESEEM study by Federica Dabbeni; Giovanna Lippe Sala; Alfonso Zoleo (S13-S14).
S1.18 Crystal structure of A3B3 of Thermus thermophilus V-ATPase by Ken Yokoyama; Megan Maher; Kouji Nagata; Momi Iwata; So Iwata (S13).
S1.17 Function of epsilon subunit in bacillus PS3 FOF1F0F1-ATP synthase: C-terminal helices of epsilon conduct the substrate specificity toward nucleoside triphosphates by Toshiharu Suzuki; Chiaki Wakabayashi; Boris A. Feniouk; Naohiro Taniguchi; Masasuke Yoshida (S13).
S1.16 Interaction of the peripheral stalk of the bovine ATP synthase with the F1 domain by David M. Rees; Michael J. Runswick; Martin G. Montgomery; Andrew G.W. Leslie; John E. Walker (S12-S13).
S1.21 Thermodynamic constraints in the reversal of adenine nucleotide translocase during the reversal of F0–F1 ATP synthase caused by respiratory chain inhibition: Critical role of substrate-level phosphorylation by Christos Chinopoulos; Miklos Mandi; Katalin Takacs; Laszlo Csanady; Akos A. Gerencser; Lilla Turiak; Vera Adam-Vizi (S14).
S1.22 Determination of unidirectional H+ transport in F-type ATPases by Alexander Wiedenmann; Peter Dimroth; Christoph von Ballmoos (S14).
S1.26 Structure of the C-terminal domain of the ε subunit of chloroplast-type F1 by Hiromasa Yagi; Hiroki Konno; Tomoe Murakami-Fuse; Hideo Akutu; Toru Hisabori (S15).
S1.25 Immobilization of the H+-ATPsynthase on glass surface and single molecule fluorescence spectroscopy by Peter Oswald; Irene Schütz; Kathrin Förster; Eva Galvez; Peter Gräber (S15).
S1.24 Effect of Pi and ADP on the intrinsic uncoupling in the isolated and reconstituted ATPsynthase of E. coli by Manuela D'Alessandro; Paola Turina; B. Andrea Melandri (S14-S15).
S1.23 The H+/ATP ratio of H+-ATPsynthases from chloroplasts, E. coli and mitochondria by Jan Petersen; Paola Turina; Peter Gräber (S14).
S1.15 The mechanism of inhibition of bovine F1-ATPase by the inhibitor protein IF1 by John V. Bason; Grace Li; Michael J. Runswick; Martin G. Montgomery; John E. Walker (S12).
S1.14 Regulatory transitions of subunit epsilon in ATP synthase from thermophilic Bacillus PS3 by Boris A. Feniouk; Toshiharu Suzuki; Masasuke Yoshida (S12).
S1/6 Structural organization of mitochondrial ATP synthase by Ilka Wittig; Hermann Schägger (S10).
S1/7 Structure, function and regulation of the vacuolar ATPases by Michael Forgac (S10).
S1/5 Photoaffinity labeling and photoaffinity cross-linking of ATP synthase complexes by Achim Schuhen; Renate Genswein; Hans-Jochen Schäfer (S9-S10).
S1/4 Domain compliance and elastic power transmission in FOF1F0F1-ATPase by H. Sielaff; H. Rennekamp; A. Waechter; S. Dunn; S. Engelbrecht; W. Junge (S9).
S1/3 The stator stalk of Escherichia coli ATP synthase by Stanley D. Dunn (S9).
S1.8 Affinity purification of F-ATPases from mitochondria by Michael J. Runswick; Graham C. Robinson; Martin G. Montgomery; John E. Walker (S10).
S1.9 ATP synthase as target of the tuberculosis antibiotic diarylquinoline by Zorica Ristic; Anna C. Haagsma; Holger Lill; Dirk Bald; Anil Koul; Karen Vergauwen; Koen Andries (S10-S11).
S1.13 The external stalk of the FOF1F0F1-ATPase: Three-dimensional structure of the subunit b-dimer as determined by site-specific spin labeling, ESR and molecular modeling by Oleg A. Volkov; Tassilo Hornung; Tarek M. Zaida; John G. Wise; Pia D. Vogel (S12).
S1.12 Supramolecular organization of the yeast F1FoF1F0-ATP synthase within the inner mitochondrial membrane and in detergent extracts by Daniel Thomas; Patrick Bron; Théodore Weimann; Alain Dautant; Marie-France Giraud; Patrick Paumard; Bénédicte Salin; Annie Cavalier; Jean Velours; Daniel Brèthes (S11).
S1.11 Mutational analysis of the function of the βDELSEED-Loop of ATP synthase by Sarada D. Madireddy; Nelli Mnatsakanyan; Hui Z. Mao; Arathianand M. Krishnakumar; Robert H. Brown; Jonathon A. Hook; Joachim Weber (S11).
S1.10 Keysteps during proton translocation by ATP synthases by Christoph von Ballmoos; Judith Zingg Ebneter; Alexander Wiedenmann; Peter Dimroth (S11).
S3.19 Mitochondrial free [Ca2+] and the permeability transition pore by Mayte Montero; Laura Vay; Esther Hernández-SanMiguel; Jaime SantoDomingo; Alfredo Moreno; Carmen D. Lobatón; Javier Alvarez (S29).
S3.20 Regulation of the energy-dissipating systems in Acanthamoeba castellanii mitochondria by purine nucleotides by Andrzej M. Woyda-Ploszczyca; Wieslawa Jarmuszkiewicz (S29).
S8/1 Iodothyronines and mitochondria by Fernando Goglia (S47-S48).
S8/2 In situ oxidative phosphorylation, oxidative stress, and mitochondrial morphology of INS-1E and HEP-G2 cells by Petr Ježek; Lydie Hlavatá-Plecitá (S48).
S7.11 Metabolic control analysis of bioenergetic function in synaptosomes by Jayne Telford; Michael J. Rowan; Keith F. Tipton; Martha Motherway Gildea; Gavin P. Davey (S47).
S7.10 Bioenergetics and mitochondrial transport in hippocampal neurons by Akos A. Gerencser; David G. Nicholls (S47).
S7.9 Analysis of respiratory responses of neuronal cells to the decrease of extracellular calcium by Alexander V. Zhdanov; Dmitri B. Papkovsky (S46-S47).
S8/3 Mitochondrial respiratory physiology: Convergent electron transport system and flux control of oxidative phosphorylation in intact and permeabilized cells by Erich Gnaiger (S48).
S8.4 Mitochondrial superoxide generation is diminished during glucose-stimulated insulin secretion in INS-1E cells by Tomáš Špaček; Lydie Plecitá-Hlavatá; Petr Ježek (S48).
S8.8 Native low-density lipoproteins cause mitochondrial dysfunction in human proximal tubular cells: Multiple players involved by Annamaria D'Aprile; Claudia Piccoli; Eustacchio Montemurno; Laura Calabresi; Rosella Scrima; Giovanni Quarato; Maria Ripoli; Domenico Boffoli; Loreto Gesualdo; Nazzareno Capitanio (S49).
S8.9 Metformin causes oxidative stress and up-regulates expression of UCP2 in white adipocytes by Andrea Anedda; Eduardo Rial; Mar Gonzalez-Barroso (S49-S50).
S8.7 Cellular metabolic profile and lonidamine-induced cytochrome c release by Maureen O. Ripple; Michelle Abajian; Roger Springett (S49).
S8.6 Role of peroxisomes in cell calcium homeostasis by Francesco M. Lasorsa; Paolo Pinton; Pasquale Scarcia; Luigi Palmieri; Rosario Rizzuto; Ferdinando Palmieri (S49).
s8.5 Regulation of oxidative phosphorylation in response to graded uncoupling towards the limit of electron transport capacity by Patrick Subarsky; Erich Gnaiger (S48-S49).
S7.8 Partial inhibition of complex I activity causes an increase in release of glutamate from the cytoplasmic pool of synaptosomes by Seán M. Kilbride; Keith F. Tipton; Gavin P. Davey (S46).
S7.7 Cyclophilin D independent swelling of neuronal mitochondria in single cells induced by Ca2+ overload by Judit Doczi; Vera Adam-Vizi; Christos Chinopoulos (S46).
S6.6 The influence of Reamberin on mitochondrial functional activity of the intestine muscular layer in acute peritonitis by Vladimir A. Kosinets (S44).
S6.7 Apoptosis in thymocytes from UCP 1 wild-type and UCP 1 knockout mice by Alison E. Adams; Richard K. Porter (S44).
S6.5 Nitric oxide and HIF-1α synergise to activate glycolysis during inflammation by Assegid Garedew; Salvador Moncada (S44).
S6.4 Mechanisms of increased mitochondrial ROS generation in sepsis: The impact of AIF and delta Ψ by A.V. Kozlov; W. Gregor; S. Haindl; T. Behling; K. Staniek; R.T. Hartl; I. Kehrer; J.A. Pospisilik; I. Miller; J.C. Duvigneau; Z. Lacza; C. Szabo; H. Redl (S43).
S6/3 Mitochondrial UCP 1 and thymus function by Richard K. Porter; Padraic G. Fallon (S43).
S7/1 Metabolic control analysis of mitochondria in the nerve terminal by Gavin P. Davey (S44-S45).
S7/2 Modulation of glucose consuming pathways by nitric oxide in neurons: Impact on survival by Juan P. Bolanos; Maria Delgado-Esteban; Angeles Almeida (S45).
S7.6 Glutamate exposure of cortical neurons evokes initial oxidation of NADPH in mitochondria followed by a delayed oxidation of NADH: Delayed redox and calcium deregulation by Akos A. Gerencser; Judit Doczi; Leonardo Sorci; Andrei Osterman; David G. Nicholls; Vera Adam-Vizi (S46).
S7/5 Loss of NAD(H) limits mitochondrial respiration after neonatal cerebral hypoxic ischemia by Gary Fiskum; Zara Mehrabian; Tibor Kristian (S45-S46).
S7/4 The effect of calcium on the generation of reactive oxygen species in brain mitochondria by Vera Adam-Vizi; Laszlo Tretter; Zsofia Komary (S45).
S7/3 Oxidative stress and mitochondrial dysfunction by Simon Heales; John Land; Simon Pope (S45).
S8.10 Brain mitochondrial bioenergetics is differentially affected by anesthetics fentanil and remifentanil by Sergio M. Vilela; Dario L. Santos; Luis M. Félix; Luis M. Antunes; L. José M. Almeida; Francisco M. Peixoto (S50).
S8.11 Photobiomodulation of flavonoid effects on human T cells mitochondrial network state by Andrei Bobocea; Emanuel Fertig; Magda Mocanu; Mihaela Pislea; Teofila Seremet; Ion O. Doaga; Eugen Radu; Judit Horvath; Ervin Tanos; Laszlo Katona; Eva Katona (S50).
S9/1 Correlated light and electron microscopy illuminates the role of mitochondrial inner membrane remodelling during apoptosis by Terry Frey (S55).
S9/2 Cause and consequence of altered mitochondrial dynamics in mitochondrial complex I deficiency by Werner J.H. Koopman; Leo G. Nijtmans; Jan A.M. Smeitink; Peter H.G.M. Willems (S55).
S8.28 The effect of preserving covalent modification of mitochondria by phosphorylation on oxygen consumption by mitochondria isolated from brown adipose tissue and thymus by Kieran J. Clarke; Richard K. Porter (S54).
S8.27 Keeping it real-time: Cellular bioenergetics in a microplate by David Ferrick (S54).
S8.26 Mitochondrial bioenergetics of lamprey liver with biliary atresia and steatocholestasis by Margarita V. Savina; Larisa V. Emelyanova; Sergey M. Korotkov; Irina V. Brailovskaya (S54).
S9/3 Extending the Opa1-dependent cristae remodelling pathway in cell life and death by Luca Scorrano (S55).
S9.4 Altered mitochondrial dynamics caused by loss of PTEN-induced kinase 1 function, associated with recessive parkinsonism, are reversed by downregulation of Dynamin-related protein 1 by Kelly Jean Thomas; Anna Sandebring; Alexandra Beilina; Marcel van der Brug; Megan M. Cleland; Ibardo Zambrano; David W. Miller; Christian Unger; Richard Cowburn; Richard Youle; Homira Behbahani; Angel Cedazo-Mínguez; Mark R. Cookson (S55).
S9.8 Mitofusin foci: Endogenous localization and apoptotic behavior by Megan M. Cleland; Der-Fen Suen; Kristi L. Norris; Seung-Wook Ryu; Richard J. Youle (S56-S57).
S9.7 Dominant optic atrophy caused by a novel OPA1 mutation: Disruption of the mitochondrial network with preserved bioenergetics by Marco Spinazzi; Silvia Cazzola; Mario Bortolozzi; Alessandra Baracca; Emanuele Loro; Giancarlo Solaini; Gianluca Sgarbi; Giovanna Cenacchi; Adriana Malena; Luca Scorrano; Christian Frezza; Corrado Angelini; Lodovica Vergani (S56).
S9.6 LHON mutations and rotenone induce the unfolded protein response in human neural cells by Jillian Silva; Gino Cortopassi (S56).
S9.5 The mitofusin of D. melanogaster by Valentina Debattisti; Olga Martins de Brito; Diana Pendin; Maria G. Rossetto; Andrea Daga; Luca Scorrano (S56).
S8.25 Seventeen reasons to believe in parallel activation of ATP supply and demand by Bernard Korzeniewski (S54).
S8.24 Cell-to-cell cross-talk between mesenchymal stem cells and cardiomyocytes by Tatiana G. Khryapenkova; Egor Y. Plotnikov; Maria V. Korotetskaya; Alena K. Vasileva; Maria V. Marey; Gennady T. Sukhikh; Dmitry B. Zorov (S53-S54).
S8.15 Liver metabolic fluxes in response to high fat diet by Guillaume Vial; Nellie Taleux; Roland Favier; Xavier Leverve (S51).
Determining adaptations of metabolic fluxes in liver with high fat diet (HF).Glucose, lactate and pyruvate production by perifused hepatocytes isolated from rats fed either a standard or HF diet.HF increased gluconeogenesis from glycerol in the presence of octanoate (+ 30%) but decreased it in the absence of fatty acid. This effect was associated with an increase of glycerol metabolism without effect on glycolysis. In both conditions, cytosol was more oxidized whereas mitochondrial compartment was more reduced. Cellular and mitochondrial oxidative capacities were reduced by HF (− 40%). Glycerol metabolism requires a stoichiometric utilization of ATP and NAD+. Therefore depending on the redox condition, control of the pathway is either on the dehydrogenase step, (at low rate of glycerol metabolism), or on the phosphorylation step (high rate of metabolism). Hence, the lower glycerol metabolism observed with HF at high flux is due to diminished oxidative phosphorylation capacity and to an inability to maintain ATP. By contrast, when flux through the pathway is reduced by high redox pressure of fatty acid metabolism, the ability of HF animals to maintain an oxidized cytosolic compartment allows then to metabolize more glycerol. This feature probably results from a higher rate of NADH oxidation via the mitochondrial glycerophosphate dehydrogenase which could be an adaptation to HF for compensating the decrease in oxidative phosphorylation capacity.
S8.16 Mitochondrial adjustment to energy demand when cell growth slows down by Cyrille Chevtzoff; Odile Bunoust; Anne Devin; Michel Rigoulet (S51-S52).
S8.14 Low power long wavelength laser irradiation effects on human mononuclear cell mitochondrial membrane potential by Emanuel Fertig; Andrei Bobocea; Magda Mocanu; Gyöngyvér Katona; Teofila Seremet; Eugen Radu; Judit Horvath; Ervin Tanos; László Katona; Eva Katona (S51).
S8.13 Effect of α-overexpression of F1Fo-ATP synthase on iron-overloaded heart by Mi-Sun Kim; Eunsook Song (S51).
S8.12 Opposite effects of action potential on spatial patterns of photosynthesis and extracellular pH in a plant cell by Natalia A. Krupenina; Alexander A. Bulychev; Rob Roelfsema; Ulrich Schreiber (S50-S51).
S8.17 siRNA knock-down of creatine kinase in rat primary myotube culture by Kasper Rud; Lis Frandsen; Peter Schjerling; Bjørn Quistorff; Niels Grunnet (S52).
S8.19 Interaction of pyruvate and fatty acid oxidation in primary cultures of rat myotubes by Niels Grunnet; Lis Frandsen; Bjørn Quistorff (S52).
S8.23 Oxygen dependency of mitochondrial respiratory chain function in hypoxic pulmonary vasoconstriction by Natascha Sommer; Hossein A. Ghofrani; Ralph T. Schermuly; Werner Seeger; Fritz Grimminger; Norbert Weissmann (S53).
S8.22 Regulation of mitochondrial complex I by nitric oxide during hypoxia by Alexander S. Galkin; Salvador Moncada (S53).
S8.21 Rapid effect of 3,5-diiodo-l-thyronine on mitochondrial fatty acid oxidation and thermogenesis in skeletal muscle by Assunta Lombardi; Rosa A. Busiello; Pieter de Lange; Elena Silvestri; Maria Moreno; Antonia Lanni; Fernando Goglia (S52-S53).
S8.20 The mechanisms leading to the Crabtree effect in fermenting yeast by Rodrigo Díaz-Ruiz; Nicole Avéret; Anne Devin; Salvador Uribe; Michel Rigoulet (S52).
S6/2 Functional import of exogenous mature cytochrome c into mitochondria of deficient cells by Zhishan Huang; John G. Edwards; Qun Gao; Michael S. Wolin; Richard J. Levy (S43).
S6/1 Cellular energetic metabolism in sepsis by Jane E. Carré; Mervyn Singer (S43).
S4/5 Redox-dependent nucleotide substrates and FMNH−/FMN binding affinities to the membrane-bound complex I by Andrei D. Vinogradov (S34).
S4/6 Substrate induced conformational changes in respiratory complex I by Thorsten Friedrich (S34).
S4/4 Mammalian complex I: A regulable and vulnerable pacemaker in mitochondrial respiratory function by Sergio Papa; Domenico De Rasmo; Salvatore Scacco; Anna Signorile; Zuzana Technikova-Dobrova; Giuseppe Palmisano; Anna Maria Sardanelli; Francesco Papa; Damiano Panelli; Raffaella Scaringi; Arcangela Santeramo (S33).
S4/3 Structural studies on bacterial complex I by Leonid A. Sazanov (S33).
S4/2. Were there any “misassignments” among iron–sulfur clusters N4, N5 and N6b in NADH–quinone oxidoreductase (Complex I)? by Tomoko Ohnishi; Eiko Nakamaru-Ogiso (S33).
S4/7 Is super-complex organization of the respiratory chain required for optimal electron transfer activity? by M.L. Genova; A. Baracca; A. Biondi; G. Casalena; M. Faccioli; A.I. Falasca; G. Formiggini; G. Sgarbi; G. Solaini; G. Lenaz (S34).
S4.8 Optimizing and stabilizing a subcomplex of respiratory complex I for crystallization trials by Martin S. King; Judy Hirst (S34).
S4.12 Inhibition of H+ transfer in transhydrogenase by Zn2+ by Simon J. Whitehead; Masayo Iwaki; Peter R. Rich; J. Baz Jackson (S35).
S4.13 A new insight into the superoxide production sites in bovine heart NADH: Ubiquinone oxidoreductase (complex I) by S. Tsuyoshi Ohnishi; Kyoko Shinzawa-Itoh; Shinya Yoshikawa; Tomoko Ohnishi (S36).
S4.11 Kind of blue: Ultra-short wavelength fluorescence from tryptophan in transhydrogenase dI by Karina Tveen Jensen; Giovanni Strambini; Margherita Gonnelli; Ben H. Hesp; Jaap Broos; J. Baz Jackson (S35).
S4.10 NADH dehydrogenases from Rhodothermus marinus by Ana P. Batista; Andreia S. Fernandes; Miguel Teixeira; Manuela M. Pereira (S35).
S4.9 Complex I from Yarrowia lipolytica contains two different acyl carrier proteins by Krzysztof Dobrynin; Albina Abdrakhmanova; Sebastian Richers; Stefan Kerscher; Ulrich Brandt (S35).
S4/1 Structural aspects of the NADH-driven Na+ pump (Na+ -NQR) from Vibrio cholerae, and more Na+ pumping by complex I by Julia Steuber (S33).
S3.34 Mitochondrial permeability transition pore (mPTP) in different yeast species is dissimilarly regulated by Renata A. Zvyagilskaya; Marina V. Zyl'kova; Evgeniya I. Sukhanova; Mariya V. Kovaleva; Tatyana A. Trendeleva (S32).
S3.24 The atypical plasmalemmal dicarboxylate transporter of Saccharomyces cerevisiae by Dinara A. Aliverdieva; Dmitry V. Mamaev; Dmitry I. Bondarenko; Kristophor F. Sholtz; Renata A. Zvyagilskaya (S30).
S3.25 Complementation of Bacillus subtilis motility with flagellin gene from thermophilic Bacillus sp. PS3 by Junpei Hayakawa; Morio Ishizuka (S30-S31).
S3.23 Cyclophilin D sensitizes the mitochondrial permeability transition to phosphate by Emy Basso; Valeria Petronilli; Mike Forte; Paolo Bernardi (S30).
S3.22 Effect of large conductance calcium-activated potassium (BKCa) channel openers on endothelial mitochondria by Antoni Wrzosek; Agnieszka Łojek; Krzysztof Dołowy; Paweł Gwóźdź; Stefan Chłopicki; Adam Szewczyk (S30).
S3.21 Contribution of mitochondrial carrier proteins to basal proton conductance by Nadeene Parker; Martin D. Brand (S29-S30).
S3.28 Potassium and chloride channel activities from potato Solanum tuberosum tuber mitochondria by Izabela Koszela-Piotrowska; Karolina Matkovic; Wieslawa Jarmuszkiewicz; Adam Szewczyk (S31).
S3.29 Ion channels from the inner mitochondrial membrane from rat heart — single channel properties by Katarzyna Choma; Adam Szewczyk; Krzysztof Dołowy (S31).
S3.33 Mitochondrial large conductance potassium channel in endothelial cell by Piotr Bednarczyk; Agnieszka Łojek; Antoni Wrzosek; Krzysztof Dołowy; Adam Szewczyk (S32).
S3.32 Solute transporters from the Arabidopsis photosynthetic membrane by Cornelia Spetea; Lorena Ruiz Pavón; Sophie Thuswaldner; Patrik Karlsson; Fredrik Lundh; Bengt L. Persson (S32).
S3.31 A Bacillus flagellar motor switches from proton to sodium gradients for powering motility at alkaline pH by Naoya Terahara; Terry A. Krulwich; Masahiro Ito (S31-S32).
S3.30 Cytoprotective effects of mitochondrial potassium channel opener BMS-191095 by Dominika Malinska; Wolfram S. Kunz; Adam Szewczyk (S31).
S4.14 Characterization of the antiporter-like subunits Nuo L, M and N from respiratory chain complex I by Vamsi K. Moparthi; Cecilia Hagerhall (S36).
S4.15 The peripheral arm of complex I from Yarrowia lipolytica by Volker Zickermann; Todd Clason; Teresa Ruiz; Michael Radermacher; Ulrich Brandt (S36).
S5/3 Bioenergetics of mitochondrial protein topogenesis by Walter Neupert (S40-S41).
S5.4 Mitochondrial function in cancer cell line models by Hanne R. Hagland; Julie Nikolaisen; Linn I. Hodneland; Karl J. Tronstad (S41).
S5/2 Regulation of mitochondrial dynamics by nitric oxide is a key event in myogenesis by Clara De Palma; Sestina Falcone; Maria T. Bassi; Luca Scorrano; Giulio Cossu; Salvador Moncada; Silvia Brunelli; Emilio Clementi (S40).
S5/1 Control of the synthesis of uncoupling and coupling proteins in brown adipose tissue by Barbara Cannon; Tatiana V. Kramarova; Natasa Petrovic; Irina G. Shabalina; Josef Houstek; Jan Nedergaard (S40).
S4.29 Catalytic properties of Na+-translocating NADH:quinone oxidoreductases from Vibrio harveyi, Klebsiella pneumoniae, and Azotobacter vinelandii by Maria S. Fadeeva; Yulia V. Bertsova; Cinthia Núñez; Guadalupe Espín; Alexander V. Bogachev (S40).
S5.5 The trehalose pathway regulates mitochondrial respiratory chain content through hexokinase2 and AMPc IN Saccharomyces cerevisiae by Michel Rigoulet; Abdelmajid Noubhani; Odile Bunoust; Beatriz M. Bonini; Johan Thevelein; Anne Devin (S41).
S5.6 Reactive oxygen species mediated down-regulation of mitochondrial biogenesis by Cyrille Chevtzoff; Anne Galinier; Louis Casteilla; Bertrand Daignan-Fornier; Michel Rigoulet; Anne Devin (S41).
S5.10 Unraveling the physiological function of the mitochondrial i-AAA protease Yme1 by Tanja Engmann; Thomas Langer (S42).
S5.9 Biochemistry and physiology of the mitochondrial serine protease LACTB by Zydrune Polianskyte; Arvydas Dapkunas; Nina Peitsaro; Ove Eriksson (S42).
S5.8 Biogenesis of the mitochondrial carrier translocase by Karina Wagner; Bernard Guiard; Katrin Brandner; Nikolaus Pfanner; Peter Rehling (S42).
S5.7 Respiratory chain organization in Neurospora crassa upon disruption of mitochondrial bc 1 complex by Margarida Duarte; Arnaldo Videira (S41-S42).
S4.28 Crystal structure of the NADH-oxidizing FAD domain from the Na+-translocating NADH:quinone oxidoreductase (Na+-NQR) by Minli Tao; Marco Casutt; Joachim Diez; Günter Fritz; Julia Steuber (S39).
S4.27 Identification of the inhibitor binding SITE(S) in bovine complex-i by photoaffinity labeling by Masatoshi Murai; Naoya Ichimaru; Takao Yagi; Hideto Miyoshi (S39).
S4.19 Assembly of the Escherichia coli NADH:ubiquinone oxidoreductase (complex I) by Daniel Schneider; Thomas Pohl; Julia Walter; Thorsten Friedrich (S37).
S4.20 Substrate crosstalk involving conformational changes in E. coli respiratory complex I by Katerina Dörner; Daniel Schneider; Stefan Stolpe; Bettina Böttcher; Petra Hellwig; Thorsten Friedrich (S37).
S4.18 NADH induced conformational changes in E. coli complex I measured by site-directed spin-labelling by Thomas Pohl; Theresa Bauer; Thorsten Friedrich (S37).
S4.17 The activity of exogenous NAD(P)H dehydrogenases in Acanthamoeba castellanii mitochondria by Nina Antos-Krzeminska; Wieslawa Jarmuszkiewicz (S37).
S4.16 Crystallization and structural characterization of Fab co-complexes of mitochondrial complex I by Blanka Wrzesniewska; Volker Zickermann; Carola Hunte; Michael Radermacher; Ulrich Brandt (S36).
S4.21 Monitoring the conformational change of the NADH dehydrogenase fragment from the E. coli complex I by attenuated total reflexion spectroscopy by Ruth Hielscher; Thorsten Friedrich; Petra Hellwig (S37-S38).
S4.22 RP-HPLC AND ESI/MS/MS subunit analysis of bovine heart complex I: Application for identifying ROS-induced modifications by Andrej Musatov; Patrizia Lemma-Gray; Susan T. Weintraub; Neal C. Robinson (S38).
S4.26 Evidence for the presence of a Na+/H+ antiporter subunit in Rhodothermus marinus complex I by Ana M.P. Melo; Sara T.N. Silva; Lígia M. Saraiva; Miguel Teixeira (S39).
S4.25 Exploring the quinone binding cavity of complex I from Yarrowia lipolytica by Maja A. Tocilescu; Uta Fendel; Klaus Zwicker; Stefan Kerscher; Ulrich Brandt (S39).
S4.24 Modelling, cloning and expression of the P. falciparum NADH dehydrogenase by Nicholas Fisher; Stephen A. Ward; Giancarlo A. Biagini (S38).
S4.23 Heterologous expression, isolation and characterization of A subcomplex of the respiratory complex I from Aquifex aeolicus by Markus Kohlstädt; Katerina Dörner; Ramona Labatzke; Cengiz Koç; Thorsten Friedrich (S38).
P/1 Forty years of Mitchell's proton circuit: From little grey books to little grey cells by David G. Nicholls (S2).