Internal normalization of rate – what is the difference between flux control ratio and flux control efficiency?
A flux control ratio is the ratio of oxygen flux in a specific respiratory control state, normalized for maximum flux in a common reference state. Flux control efficiency expresses the control of respiration as a fractional change of oxygen flux or flow between protocol steps. Both values vary between theoretical lower and upper limits of 0 and 1.
- »Gnaiger 2020 BEC MitoPathways - Chapter 3«
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Measuring fatty acid oxidation (FAO)-linked respiration requires a low concentration of malate
Measuring ATP production with Magnesium Green – which sample preparations work?
Magnesium Green (MgG) can be used with mitochondrial preparations: isolated mitochondria, tissue homogenates, and permeabilized cells and tissues.
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