Mitochondrial concentration of L-glutamate

Range 2х10^-4 to 1.7х10^-2 M
Organism Mammals
Reference H. S. Haraldsdottir, I. Thiele, & R. M. T. Fleming, Quantitative Assignment of Reaction Directionality in a Multicompartmental Human Metabolic Reconstruction, Biophysical J, February 17, 2012, p.1709 left column bottom paragraphPubMed ID22768925
Primary Source (39) Zollner H. Regulation of urea synthesis. The effect of ammonia on the N-acetylglutamate content of isolated rat liver cells. Biochim Biophys Acta. 1981 Aug 17 676(2):170-6. AND (40) Roberg B, Torgner IA, Laake J, Takumi Y, Ottersen OP, Kvamme E. Properties and submitochondrial localization of pig and rat renal phosphate-activated glutaminase. Am J Physiol Cell Physiol. 2000 Sep279(3):C648-57PubMed ID7260114, 10942715
Comments Measurements of mitochondrial concentrations of L-glutamate have ranged from 2?10^-4 (primary source 39) to 1.7?10^-2 M (primary source 40)
Entered by Uri M
ID 107526