intermembranous


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in·ter·mem·bra·nous

(in'tĕr-mem'bră-nŭs),
Between membranes.

intermembranous

(ĭn″tĕr-mĕm′bră-nŭs) [″ + membrana, membrane]
Between membranes.
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Besides activation of apoptosis, loss of cytochrome c from intermembranous space leads to a dramatic increase in ROS generation and inhibition of respiration in mitochondria oxidising complex I substrates [50].
DNA damage or growth factor's withdrawal can induce apoptosis through the socalled intrinsic pathway by the release of cytochrome c and other proteins from the intermembranous space of mitochondria [1].
Every mitochondrion has 2 membranous and 2 aqueous compartments: outer membrane, intermembranous space, inner membrane, and matrix [2].
coli have a multi-layered structure [44] with many intermembranous preoteins meant for their permeability along with lipopolysaccride.
An intermembranous space separated the outer membrane from the inner membrane, and a central lumen continous with that space was apparent (Lea & Rollenberg).