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Default A 31P NMR study of mitochondrial inorganic phosphate visibility: effects of Ca2+, Mn2

A 31P NMR study of mitochondrial inorganic phosphate visibility: effects of Ca2+, Mn2+, and the pH gradient.

Related Articles A 31P NMR study of mitochondrial inorganic phosphate visibility: effects of Ca2+, Mn2+, and the pH gradient.

Biochemistry. 1992 Feb 11;31(5):1322-30

Authors: Hutson SM, Williams GD, Berkich DA, LaNoue KF, Briggs RW

The effects of external pH, temperature, and Ca2+ and Mn2+ concentrations on the compartmentation and NMR visibility of inorganic phosphate (Pi) were studied in isolated rat liver mitochondria respiring on succinate and glutamate. Mitochondrial matrix Pi is totally visible by NMR at 8 degrees C and at low external concentrations of Pi. However, when the external Pi concentration is increased above 7 mM, the pH gradient decreases, the amount of matrix Pi increases, and the fraction not observed by NMR increases. Raising the temperature to 25 degrees C also decreases the pH gradient and the Pi fraction observed by NMR. At physiologically relevant concentrations, Ca2+ and Mn2+ do not seem to play a major role in matrix Pi NMR invisibility. For Ca2+ concentrations above 30 nmol/mg of protein, formation of insoluble complexes will cause loss of Pi signal intensity. For Mn2+ concentrations above 2 nmol/mg of protein, the Pi peak can be broadened sufficiently to preclude detection of a high-resolution signal. The results indicate that mitochondrial matrix Pi should be mostly observable up to 25 degrees C by high-resolution NMR. While the exact nature of the NMR-invisible phosphate in perfused or in vivo liver is yet to be determined, better success at detecting and resolving both Pi pools by NMR is indicated at high field, low temperature, and optimized pulsing conditions.

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