Intermembranous


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In`ter`mem´bra`nous


a.1.(Anat.) Within or beneath a membrane; as, intermembranous ossification.
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The released energy is used to pump the protons into the intermembranous space creating high concentration of protons in this compartment.
MPTP opening also causes mitochondrial swelling, and outer mitochondrial membrane rupture, thus favouring the deposition of proapoptotic factors such as cytochrome c and SMAC/Diablo from the intermembranous space into the cytosol, thereby initiating apoptotic cell death [107].
On radiographic examination, mammary osteosarcomas usually show pathological bone formation in the breast tissue as a result of intermembranous ossification but marrow is not present [5].
The IMM's lack of proton permeability is essential because it allows the existence of differential concentrations between the mitochondrial compartments (intermembranous space and mitochondrial matrix).
The contract is for applying RuiYi's iCAPS (Intermembranous Antigen Presenting System) technology to develop new monoclonal antibodies with specific binding to G protein coupled receptors, in order to investigate the biological function and structure of G protein coupled receptors.