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Mutations in a conserved loop in the PSST subunit of respiratory complex I affect ubiquinone binding and dynamics.

Respiratory complex I catalyses the reduction of ubiquinone (Q) from NADH coupled to proton pumping across the inner membrane of mitochondria. The electrical charging of the inner mitochondrial membrane drives the synthesis of ATP, which is used to power biochemical reactions of the cell. The recent surge in structural data on complex I from bacteria and mitochondria have contributed to significant understanding of its molecular architecture. However, despite these accomplishments, the role of various subdo...


Acceptability and Feasibility in a Pilot Randomized Clinical Trial of Computerized Working Memory Training and Parental Problem-Solving Training With Pediatric Brain Tumor Survivors.

To evaluate the feasibility and acceptability of computerized working memory training in pediatric brain tumor survivors (PBTS) with cognitive deficits, as well as computerized working memory training that is enhanced with parental problem-solving skills training (PSST).


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