NADH-dehydrogenase

NADH-dehydrogenase

(1) Cytochrome c reductase, EC 1.6.99.3. 
(2) Cytochrome b5 reductase, EC 1.6.2.2.
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2002) and the observation (Meyer, 1994) that NADH-dehydrogenase subunit genes evolve faster than other mitochondrial protein-coding genes, the two mtDNA clades likely have been evolving independently for over 7 million years.
The ND3/ND4 region begins in the glycyl tRNA gene and spans the NADH-dehydrogenase subunit-3, arginyl tRNA, NADH-dehydrogenase subunit-4L, and NADH-dehydrogenase subunit-4 genes, ending in the histidyl tRNA gene.
As the electrons produced by other NADH-dehydrogenases are not accepted by decylubiquinone (3), reduction of DCIP is almost completely caused by complex I activity, resulting in very high rotenone-sensitive activity.