TPP+ inhibitory effect

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TPP+ inhibitory effect


A major task in establishing a procedure for measurement of mitochondrial membrane potential using probe molecules is the evaluation of inhibitory concentrations of the probe molecule on the activity of respiration. The TPP+ inhibitory effect (this also applies to TPMP+ and other indicator molecules) is frequently ignored. Accurate knowledge of a threshold concentration is required to evaluate the necessary limit of detection of TPP+, and for restriction of experimental TPP+ concentrations below the inhibitory range.

Reference: MiPNet14.05


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Fundamental relationships
Β» Force
Β» Affinity
Β» Flux
Β» Advancement
Β» Advancement per volume
Β» Stoichiometric number
mt-Membrane potential and protonmotive force
Β» Protonmotive force
Β» Mitochondrial membrane potential
Β» Chemical potential
Β» Faraday constant
Β» Format
Β» Uncoupler
Β» O2k-Catalogue: O2k-TPP+ ISE-Module
Β» O2k-Manual: MiPNet15.03 O2k-MultiSensor-ISE
Β» TPP - O2k-Procedures: Tetraphenylphosphonium
Β» Specifications: MiPNet15.08 TPP electrode
Β» Poster
Β» Unspecific binding of TPP+
Β» TPP+ inhibitory effect
Β» O2k-Catalogue: O2k-FluoRespirometer
Β» O2k-Manual: MiPNet22.11 O2k-FluoRespirometer manual
Β» Safranin - O2k-Procedures: MiPNet20.13 Safranin mt-membranepotential / Safranin
Β» TMRM - O2k-Procedures: TMRM
Β» O2k-Publications: mt-Membrane potential
Β» O2k-Publications: Coupling efficiency;uncoupling

MitoPedia methods: Respirometry 

MitoPedia topics: Inhibitor 

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