Subject: Why does adding an inhibitor of ATP synthase allow ADP to be > than ATP
Date: Sun Dec 5 16:21:55 2004
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The inhibitor is oligomycin, the > means ADP is taken up much faster than ATP
when the inhibitor is used with a substrate.
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