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Coupling factors

Coupling factors

proteins that restore phosphorylating ability to mitochondria that have lost it, i.e., have become uncoupled so that oxidation and electron transport no longer produces atp. Usually termed coupling factor F1, F2, etc.

Synonym: c factors.


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