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Mathematical model of compartmentalized energy transfer: Its use for analysis and interpretation of 31P-NMR studies of isolated heart of creatine kinase deficient mice

Abstract : A mathematical model of the compartmentalized energy transfer in cardiac cells is described and used for interpretation of novel experimental data obtained by using phosphorus NMR for determination of the energy fluxes in the isolated hearts of transgenic mice with knocked out creatine kinase isoenzymes. These experiments were designed to study the meaning and importance of compartmentation of creatine kinase isoenzymes in the cells in vivo. The model was constructed to describe quantitatively the processes of energy production, transfer, utilization, and feedback between these processes. It describes the production of ATP in mitochondrial matrix space by ATP synthase, use of this ATP for phosphocreatine production in the mitochondrial creatine kinase reaction coupled to the adenine nucleotide translocation, diffusional exchange of metabolites in the cytoplasmic space, and use of phosphocreatine for resynthesis of ATP in the myoplasmic creatine kinase reaction. It accounts also for the recently discovered phenomenon of restricted diffusion of adenine nucleotides through mitochondrial outer membrane porin pores (VDAC). Practically all parameters of the model were determined experimentally. The analysis of energy fluxes between different cellular compartments shows that in all cellular compartments of working heart cells the creatine kinase reaction is far from equilibrium in the systolic phase of the contraction cycle and approaches equilibrium only in cytoplasm and only in the end-diastolic phase of the contraction cycle.
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M.K. Aliev, F.A. van Dorsten, M.G. Nederhoff, C.J. van Echteld, V. Veksler, et al.. Mathematical model of compartmentalized energy transfer: Its use for analysis and interpretation of 31P-NMR studies of isolated heart of creatine kinase deficient mice. Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry, Springer Verlag, 1998, 184 (1-2), pp.209-229. ⟨hal-01989807⟩

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