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Permeability measurements on mitochondria from wild-type and poky strains of Neurospora crassa
Journal of Bacteriology
The permeability properties of isolated Neurospora mitochondria were determined by measuring the rate at which the mitochondria swell in isotonic solutions of various organic and inorganic molecules. Like mammalian mitochondria, wild-type Neurospora mitochondria were impermeable to sucrose and only slightly more permeable to most inorganic ions (K, Na, Cl). Their permeability to K was greatly increased by valinomycin and by monensin. In addition, the mitochondria contain specific systemsdoi:10.1128/jb.127.3.1270-1277.1976 fatcat:uzsyelhxenbqldlpppnugzmppi