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 Übersetzung für 'mitochondrial' von Englisch nach Deutsch
biol.
mitochondrial {adj}
mitochondrial
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biol.
mitochondrial {adj}
Mitochondrien-
2 Wörter
biol.
inter-mitochondrial {adj}
intermitochondrial
med.
mitochondrial disease <MD>
Mitochondriopathie {f}
med.
mitochondrial disease <MD>
Mitochondrienerkrankung {f} <ME>
med.
mitochondrial disease <MD>
mitochondriale Erkrankung {f} <ME>
med.
mitochondrial diseases <MDs>
mitochondriale Erkrankungen {pl} <ME>
biol.
mitochondrial DNA <mtDNA, mDNA>
mitochondriale DNA {f} <mtDNA>
biochem.
mitochondrial enzyme
mitochondriales Enzym {n}
biochem.
mitochondrial enzyme
Mitochondrienenzym {n} [auch: Mitochondrien-Enzym]
biol.
mitochondrial Eve
mitochondriale Eva {f}
biol.
mitochondrial fission
mitochondriale Teilung {f}
biol.
mitochondrial gene
Mitochondriengen {n}
biol.
mitochondrial gene
mitochondriales Gen {n}
biol.
mitochondrial genome
Mitochondriengenom {n}
biol.
mitochondrial matrix <MM>
Mitochondrienmatrix {f}
biochem.
mitochondrial metabolism
Mitochondrienstoffwechsel {m}
biochem.
mitochondrial metabolism
mitochondrialer Stoffwechsel {m}
biol.
mitochondrial network
mitochondriales Netzwerk {n}
biochem.
mitochondrial protein
mitochondriales Protein {n}
biochem.
mitochondrial protein
Mitochondrienprotein {n} [auch: Mitochondrien-Protein]
biochem.
mitochondrial respiration
Mitochondrienatmung {f}
3 Wörter
biol.
anti-mitochondrial antibody <AMA>
antimitochondrialer Antikörper {m} <AMA>
biol.
inner mitochondrial membrane <IMM>
innere Mitochondrienmembran {f}
biochem.
mitochondrial dicarboxylate carrier <DIC>
mitochondrialer Dicarboxylat-Carrier {m} <DIC>
biol.
outer mitochondrial membrane <OMM>
äußere Mitochondrienmembran {f}
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Übersetzung für 'mitochondrial' von Englisch nach Deutsch

mitochondrial {adj}
mitochondrialbiol.

Mitochondrien-biol.

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inter-mitochondrial {adj}
intermitochondrialbiol.

mitochondrial disease <MD>
Mitochondriopathie {f}med.

Mitochondrienerkrankung {f} <ME>med.

mitochondriale Erkrankung {f} <ME>med.
mitochondrial diseases <MDs>
mitochondriale Erkrankungen {pl} <ME>med.
mitochondrial DNA <mtDNA, mDNA>
mitochondriale DNA {f} <mtDNA>biol.
mitochondrial enzyme
mitochondriales Enzym {n}biochem.

Mitochondrienenzym {n} [auch: Mitochondrien-Enzym]biochem.
mitochondrial Eve
mitochondriale Eva {f}biol.
mitochondrial fission
mitochondriale Teilung {f}biol.
mitochondrial gene
Mitochondriengen {n}biol.

mitochondriales Gen {n}biol.
mitochondrial genome
Mitochondriengenom {n}biol.
mitochondrial matrix <MM>
Mitochondrienmatrix {f}biol.
mitochondrial metabolism
Mitochondrienstoffwechsel {m}biochem.

mitochondrialer Stoffwechsel {m}biochem.
mitochondrial network
mitochondriales Netzwerk {n}biol.
mitochondrial protein
mitochondriales Protein {n}biochem.

Mitochondrienprotein {n} [auch: Mitochondrien-Protein]biochem.
mitochondrial respiration
Mitochondrienatmung {f}biochem.

anti-mitochondrial antibody <AMA>
antimitochondrialer Antikörper {m} <AMA>biol.
inner mitochondrial membrane <IMM>
innere Mitochondrienmembran {f}biol.
mitochondrial dicarboxylate carrier <DIC>
mitochondrialer Dicarboxylat-Carrier {m} <DIC>biochem.
outer mitochondrial membrane <OMM>
äußere Mitochondrienmembran {f}biol.
Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Presenilins-associated rhomboid-like protein, mitochondrial also known as mitochondrial intramembrane cleaving protease PARL is an inner mitochondrial membrane protein that in humans is encoded by the "PARL" gene on chromosome 3.
  • Additionally, TIM14 helps regulate mitochondrial morphology by complexing with prohibitins to perform disphosphoglycerolipid cardiolipin (CL) remodeling.
  • Mitochondrial uncoupling proteins (UCP) are members of the larger family of mitochondrial anion carrier proteins (MACP).
  • One hypothesis for mitochondrial diseases is that mitochondrial damage and dysfunction play an important role in aging.
  • Mitochondrial protein synthesis is resistant to inhibition by cycloheximide.

  • Eighty percent of mitochondrial DNA codes for mitochondrial RNA, and therefore most mitochondrial DNA mutations lead to functional problems, which may be manifested as muscle disorders (myopathies).
  • Mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) is nearly immune to sexual mixing, unlike the nuclear DNA whose chromosomes are shuffled and recombined in Mendelian inheritance.
  • The mitochondrial folate transporter (MTF) is a transport protein that facilitates the transfer of tetrahydrofolate across the inner mitochondrial membrane.
  • Mutations in "NDUFAF4 (HRPAP20)" have been associated with mitochondrial complex I deficiency, infantile mitochondrial encephalomyopathy.
  • The protein contains a mitochondrial signal peptide localizing it to the mitochondrial matrix.

  • Mitochondrial DNA analysis might be susceptible to contamination by nuclear mitochondrial DNA sequences co-amplified during the PCR reaction, thus confounding the analysis of homoplasmic versus heteroplasmic mitochondrial DNA.
  • However, the mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) is immune to sexual mixing, unlike the nuclear DNA whose chromosomes are shuffled and recombined in Mendelian inheritance.
  • Alternative sources say "transport of pyruvate across the outer mitochondrial membrane appears to be easily accomplished via large non-selective channels such as voltage-dependent anion channels, which enable passive diffusion" and transport across inner mitochondrial membrane is mediated by mitochondrial pyruvate carrier 1 (MPC1) and mitochondrial pyruvate carrier 2 (MPC2).
  • The mitochondrial DNA of jakobids is the most bacteria-like of all known eukaryotic mitochondrial DNA, suggesting that jakobid mitochondrial genomes might approximate the ancestral mitochondrial genome.
  • Dimethyladenosine transferase 1, mitochondrial; Transcription factor B1, mitochondrial is a mitochondrial enzyme that in is encoded by the "TFB1M" gene.

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