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Murburn model of mitochondrial aerobic respiration is robust in comparison to the 'chemiosmotic rotary or two-ion torsional' ATP-synthesis proposals
One of the most fundamental questions in biology pertains to how mechano-chemical energy is derived from metabolic fuels. In particular, how oxidation of NADH is linked to ATP synthesis in mitochondrial oxidative phosphorylation (mOxPhos) has been a topic of intense debate. Together, the Peter Mitchell-Paul Boyer proposals for mOxPhos are termed herein as "chemiosmotic rotary ATP synthesis" (or CRAS) model, which was recently defended/advocated by Pedro Silva in Biophysical Chemistry . Over thedoi:10.31219/osf.io/j27dy fatcat:y2a2dv2klza7hfc7yofvjqdgye