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Atp Synthase Binding Change Mechanism

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Electron Transport Chain and Phosphorylation Introduction to
5. Binding Change Mechanism: ATP Synthase. Fig 19-23.
Vacuolar ATPases, like F1,FO-ATPases, show a strong dependence
of the reaction velocity on the binding of more than one. ATP per enzyme. (80 exchange/cooperativity/ATP synthase/binding-change mechanism).
ATP Synthase: Two rotary molecular motors working together
ATP synthase—also called FoF1 ATPase, or simply F-ATPase—is the universal . schematic diagram of the binding change mechanism is shown in Figure 3.
ATP Synthase: Two rotary molecular motors working together
Boyer, P., The binding change mechanism for ATP synthase--some probabilities and possibilities. Biochim.
Electron Transport and Oxidative Phosphorylation
Binding change mechanism of ATP synthesis. • Three phases: (1) Translocation of protons carried out by F0.

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ATP synthase - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mechanism of ATP synthase.
A Proton Gradient Powers the Synthesis of ATP - Biochemistry
Figure 18.32. Binding-Change Mechanism for ATP Synthase.
F1Fo ATPase
H+ flux linked to ATP synthesis or hydrolysis. Composition & roles of major domains of the ATP Synthase Binding change mechanism.
The rotary binding change mechanism of ATP synthases - Elsevier
May 31, 2000 A model for energy coupling by F0F1 ATP synthases that has gained widespread support is called the binding change mechanism [9].
Boyer, P. D. (1993).

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