• SURFE²R N1

    Easy-to-learn all-in-one device, ideal for teaching and university research
  • SURFE²R N1

    Finally label-free functional assays for transporters available
  • SURFE²R N1

    High signal amplification compared to patch-clamp: transport & binding assays
  • SURFE²R N1

    The only instrument on the market for SSM-based electrophysiology
  • SURFE²R N1

    Turn-key system for efficient transporter protein analysis

2016 - Charge translocation by mitochondrial NADH:ubiquinone oxidoreductase (complex I) from Yarrowia lipolytica measured on solid-supported membranes

Icon N1   SURFE²R ONE (a predecessor model of SURFE²R N1) publication in Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications (2016)

Authors:
Siebels I., Dröse S.

Journal:
Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications (2016)  479(2):277-282


Abstract:

The charge translocation by purified reconstituted mitochondrial complex I from the obligate aerobic yeast Yarrowia lipolytica was investigated after adsorption of proteoliposomes to solid-supported membranes. In presence of n-decylubiquinone (DBQ), pulses of NADH provided by rapid solution exchange induced charge transfer reflecting steady-state pumping activity of the reconstituted enzyme. The signal amplitude increased with time, indicating 'deactive→active' transition of the Yarrowia complex I. Furthermore, an increase of the membrane-conductivity after addition of 5-(N-ethyl-N-isopropyl)amiloride (EIPA) was detected which questiones the use of EIPA as an inhibitor of the Na+/H+-antiporter-like subunits of complex I. This investigation shows that electrical measurements on solid-supported membranes are a suitable method to analyze transport events and 'active/deactive' transition of mitochondrial complex I.


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