Title : Immediate reduction of cytochrome c by photoexcited NADH: reaction mechanism as revealed by flow-flash and rapid-scan studies.

Pub. Date : 1993 Nov 9

PMID : 8218263






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1 Immediate reduction of cytochrome c by photoexcited NADH: reaction mechanism as revealed by flow-flash and rapid-scan studies. NAD cytochrome c, somatic Homo sapiens
2 Upon exposure of an aqueous solution of NADH and cytochrome c to a laser pulse at 355 nm under anaerobic conditions, cytochrome c is reduced within 1-2 ms to a maximal extent of 90%. NAD cytochrome c, somatic Homo sapiens
3 As the oxygen concentration approaches 20% saturation, the cytochrome c reduction by NAD is abolished first and then the reduction by hydrated electrons, since molecular oxygen competes with cytochrome c for NAD and hydrated electrons. NAD cytochrome c, somatic Homo sapiens
4 As the oxygen concentration approaches 20% saturation, the cytochrome c reduction by NAD is abolished first and then the reduction by hydrated electrons, since molecular oxygen competes with cytochrome c for NAD and hydrated electrons. NAD cytochrome c, somatic Homo sapiens
5 As the oxygen concentration approaches 20% saturation, the cytochrome c reduction by NAD is abolished first and then the reduction by hydrated electrons, since molecular oxygen competes with cytochrome c for NAD and hydrated electrons. NAD cytochrome c, somatic Homo sapiens
6 As the oxygen concentration approaches 20% saturation, the cytochrome c reduction by NAD is abolished first and then the reduction by hydrated electrons, since molecular oxygen competes with cytochrome c for NAD and hydrated electrons. NAD cytochrome c, somatic Homo sapiens
7 The second-order rate constants for the reduction of cytochrome c at pH 7.4 and 20 degrees C by NAD and the superoxide anion are 2.0 x 10(9) and 4.0 x 10(6) M-1 s-1, respectively. NAD cytochrome c, somatic Homo sapiens