Monday, May 17, 2021
Mitochondrial Health

Metabolism | Electron Transport Chain: DETAILED | Part 1



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Join us for part 1 of this three part series for a detailed and thorough discussion on the electron transport chain.

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21 thoughts on “Metabolism | Electron Transport Chain: DETAILED | Part 1
  1. Great lecture. Best explanation of the electron transport chain in my lifetime. Just a question: If the proton concentrations between the intermembrane space and the mitochondrial matrix are 10 ^-7 and 10 ^-9 respectively, so should it be 100 fold increase in the proton concentration between the intermembrane space and the mitochondrial matrix?

  2. I have been watching your videos and their very very helpful to me in particular. You're doing a very good job, keep it up.

    But I want to ask a question, how many moles of ATP can be generated from one molecule of maltose?

  3. Very well, its amazing explanation.
    But the textbooks are more complicated.
    At complex 1, FMNH2 pass electrons to Fe-S clusters then to CoQ.
    Complex 3 has Q cycle mechanism to passes electrons, then at complex 4 electrons-> CuA -> heme a -> heme a3 -> CuB -> O2 and water molecule formed
    What an amazing complicated proccess

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