antimycin


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a crystalline antibiotic active against various fungi

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Paeoniflorin isolated from Paeonia lactiflora attenuates osteoblast cytotoxicity induced by antimycin A.
His research revealed that the technique works best in small, shallow streams, and that larger, deeper waters require additional help from antimycin.
EGb761 in aged mice has been shown to protect mitochondria stressed by hydrogen peroxide, antimycin and amyloid beta (Eckert 2003).
To study the sensitivity of the assay, several classical inhibitors of the mitochondrial energy-generating system were added to control fibroblasts: rotenone (for complex I), antimycin A (complex III), azide (complex IV), oligomycin (complex V), atractyloside [adenine nucleotide transporter (ANT)], [alpha]-hydroxycyanocinnamate (pyruvate carrier), and arsenite (PDHc and [alpha]-ketoglutarate dehydrogenase).
5 [micro]M antimycin A, 20 mM 2deoxyglucose and 10 [micro]M A23187, respectively) for 4 hours.
formation was substantially (by 30%) enhanced upon illumination of these cells in the presence of 10 [micro]M antimycin A (ANM), an inhibitor of the Complex III at the site of ubiquinol-cytochrome c reductase in the respiratory chain of mitochondria [39].
Researchers affiliated with the National Cancer Institute and other groups have extracted compounds from marine sponges and corals that inhibit the growth of tumor cells, and a group from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography has isolated marine bacteria closely related to the terrestrial organisms from which antimycin antibiotics were originally derived.
Using antimycin, a treatment designed to reduce the effects on nontarget species, such as frogs, in and around the lake while maintaining the goal of a complete fish kill.
This area was treated with antimycin in 1999 to kill all exotic Cyprinodon and hybrids.