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    1. Krauss, S; Brand, MD; Buttgereit, F
      Signaling takes a breath - New quantitative perspectives on bioenergetics and signal transduction

      IMMUNITY
    2. Brand, MD; Abadi, CA; Aurigemma, GP; Dauerman, HL; Meyer, TE
      Radiation-associated valvular heart disease in Hodgkin's disease is associated with characteristic thickening and fibrosis of the aortic-mitral curtain

      JOURNAL OF HEART VALVE DISEASE
    3. Echtay, KS; Brand, MD
      Coenzyme Q induces GDP-sensitive proton conductance in kidney mitochondria

      BIOCHEMICAL SOCIETY TRANSACTIONS
    4. Stuart, JA; Harper, JA; Brindle, KM; Jekabsons, MB; Brand, MD
      A mitochondrial uncoupling artifact can be caused by expression of uncoupling protein 1 in yeast

      BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL
    5. Stuart, JA; Harper, JA; Brindle, KM; Jekabsons, MB; Brand, MD
      Physiological levels of mammalian uncoupling protein 2 do not uncouple yeast mitochondria

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    6. Stuart, JA; Cadenas, S; Jekabsons, MB; Roussel, D; Brand, MD
      Mitochondrial proton leak and the uncoupling protein 1 homologues

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-BIOENERGETICS
    7. Guppy, M; Reeves, DC; Bishop, T; Withers, P; Buckingham, JA; Brand, MD
      Intrinsic metabolic depression in cells isolated from the hepatopancreas of estivating snails

      FASEB JOURNAL
    8. Krauss, S; Brand, MD
      Quantitation of signal transduction

      FASEB JOURNAL
    9. Brand, MD
      Uncoupling to survive? The role of mitochondrial inefficiency in ageing

      EXPERIMENTAL GERONTOLOGY
    10. Cadenas, S; Buckingham, JA; St-Pierre, J; Dickinson, K; Jones, RB; Brand, MD
      AMP decreases the efficiency of skeletal-muscle mitochondria

      BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL
    11. Cadenas, S; Brand, MD
      Effects of magnesium and nucleotides on the proton conductance of rat skeletal-muscle mitochondria

      BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL
    12. Yu, XX; Barger, JL; Boyer, BB; Brand, MD; Pan, GH; Adams, SH
      Impact of endotoxin on UCP homolog mRNA abundance, thermoregulation, and mitochondrial proton leak kinetics

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-ENDOCRINOLOGY AND METABOLISM
    13. Buttgereit, F; Burmester, GR; Brand, MD
      Bioenergetics of immune functions: fundamental and therapeutic aspects

      IMMUNOLOGY TODAY
    14. Clapham, JC; Arch, JRS; Chapman, H; Haynes, A; Lister, C; Moore, GBT; Piercy, V; Carter, SA; Lehner, I; Smith, SA; Beeley, LJ; Godden, RJ; Herrity, N; Skehel, M; Changani, KK; Hockings, PD; Reid, DG; Squires, SM; Hatcher, J; Trail, B; Latcham, J; Rastan, S; Harper, AJ; Cadenas, S; Buckingham, JA; Brand, MD; Abuin, A
      Mice overexpressing human uncoupling protein-3 in skeletal muscle are hyperphagic and lean

      NATURE
    15. St-Pierre, J; Brand, MD; Boutilier, RG
      Mitochondria as ATP consumers: Cellular treason in anoxia

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    16. St-Pierre, J; Brand, MD; Boutilier, RG
      The effect of metabolic depression on proton leak rate in mitochondria from hibernating frogs

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    17. Bishop, T; Brand, MD
      Processes contributing to metabolic depression in hepatopancreas cells from the snail Helix aspersa

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    18. Buttgereit, F; Burmester, GR; Brand, MD
      Therapeutically targeting lymphocyte energy metabolism by high-dose glucocorticoids

      BIOCHEMICAL PHARMACOLOGY
    19. Kavanagh, NI; Ainscow, EK; Brand, MD
      Calcium regulation of oxidative phosphorylation in rat skeletal muscle mitochondria

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-BIOENERGETICS
    20. Brand, MD; Bishop, T; Boutilier, RG; St-Pierre, J
      Mitochondrial proton conductance, standard metabolic rate and metabolic depression

      LIFE IN THE COLD
    21. Rolfe, DFS; Newman, JMB; Buckingham, JA; Clark, MG; Brand, MD
      Contribution of mitochondrial proton leak to respiration rate in working skeletal muscle and liver and to SMR

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-CELL PHYSIOLOGY
    22. Brand, MD; Brindle, KM; Buckingham, JA; Harper, JA; Rolfe, DFS; Stuart, JA
      The significance and mechanism of mitochondrial proton conductance

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF OBESITY
    23. Ainscow, EK; Brand, MD
      Quantifying elasticity analysis: how external effectors cause changes to metabolic systems

      BIOSYSTEMS
    24. Stuart, JA; Brindle, KM; Harper, JA; Brand, MD
      Mitochondrial proton leak and the uncoupling proteins

      JOURNAL OF BIOENERGETICS AND BIOMEMBRANES
    25. Cadenas, S; Buckingham, JA; Samec, S; Seydoux, J; Din, N; Dulloo, AG; Brand, MD
      UCP2 and UCP3 rise in starved rat skeletal muscle but mitochondrial protonconductance is unchanged

      FEBS LETTERS
    26. Ainscow, EK; Brand, MD
      Internal regulation of ATP turnover, glycolysis and oxidative phosphorylation in rat hepatocytes

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    27. Ainscow, EK; Brand, MD
      The responses of rat hepatocytes to glucagon and adrenaline - Application of quantified elasticity analysis

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    28. Ainscow, EK; Brand, MD
      Top-down control analysis of ATP turnover, glycolysis and oxidative phosphorylation in rat hepatocytes

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    29. Buttgereit, F; Brand, MD; Burmester, GR
      Equivalent doses and relative drug potencies for non-genomic glucocorticoid effects: A novel glucocorticoid hierarchy

      BIOCHEMICAL PHARMACOLOGY
    30. Stuart, JA; Harper, JA; Brindle, KM; Brand, MD
      Uncoupling protein 2 from carp and zebrafish, ectothermic vertebrates

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-BIOENERGETICS
    31. Krauss, S; Buttgereit, F; Brand, MD
      Effects of the mitogen concanavalin A on pathways of thymocyte energy metabolism

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-BIOENERGETICS
    32. BROOKES PS; BUCKINGHAM JA; TENREIRO AM; HULBERT AJ; BRAND MD
      THE PROTON PERMEABILITY OF THE INNER MEMBRANE OF LIVER-MITOCHONDRIA FROM ECTOTHERMIC AND ENDOTHERMIC VERTEBRATES AND FROM OBESE RATS - CORRELATIONS WITH STANDARD METABOLIC-RATE AND PHOSPHOLIPID FATTY-ACID COMPOSITION

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. B. Comparative biochemistry
    33. BRAND MD
      TOP-DOWN ELASTICITY ANALYSIS AND ITS APPLICATION TO ENERGY-METABOLISMIN ISOLATED-MITOCHONDRIA AND INTACT-CELLS

      Molecular and cellular biochemistry
    34. LOMBARDI A; LANNI A; MORENO M; BRAND MD; GOGLIA F
      EFFECT OF 3,5-DI-IODO-L-THYRONINE ON THE MITOCHONDRIAL ENERGY-TRANSDUCTION APPARATUS

      Biochemical journal
    35. AINSCOW EK; BRAND MD
      ERRORS ASSOCIATED WITH METABOLIC CONTROL ANALYSIS - APPLICATION OF MONTE-CARLO SIMULATION OF EXPERIMENTAL-DATA

      Journal of theoretical biology
    36. AINSCOW EK; BRAND MD
      CONTROL ANALYSIS OF SYSTEMS WITH REACTION BLOCKS THAT CROSS-TALK

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Bioenergetics
    37. BUTTGEREIT F; BRAND MD; TRIPMACHER R; SCHMID D; BURMESTER GR
      ESTABLISHING EQUIVALENT DOSES AND RELATIVE DRUG POTENCIES FOR NONGENOMIC GLUCOCORTICOID EFFECTS - A NOVEL GLUCOCORTICOID HIERARCHY

      Arthritis and rheumatism
    38. LIONETTI L; IOSSA S; LIVERINI G; BRAND MD
      CHANGES IN THE HEPATIC MITOCHONDRIAL RESPIRATORY SYSTEM IN THE TRANSITION FROM WEANING TO ADULTHOOD IN RATS

      Archives of biochemistry and biophysics
    39. BUTTGEREIT F; KRAUSS S; BRAND MD
      METHYLPREDNISOLONE INHIBITS UPTAKE OF CA2-STIMULATED THYMOCYTES( AND NA+ IONS INTO CONCANAVALIN A)

      Biochemical journal
    40. ROLFE DFS; BRAND MD
      THE PHYSIOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF MITOCHONDRIAL PROTON LEAK IN ANIMAL-CELLS AND TISSUES

      Bioscience reports
    41. BROOKES PS; ROLFE DFS; BRAND MD
      THE PROTON PERMEABILITY OF LIPOSOMES MADE FROM MITOCHONDRIAL INNER MEMBRANE PHOSPHOLIPIDS - COMPARISON WITH ISOLATED-MITOCHONDRIA

      The Journal of membrane biology
    42. BRAND MD
      REGULATION ANALYSIS OF ENERGY-METABOLISM

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    43. BROOKES PS; HULBERT AJ; BRAND MD
      THE PROTON PERMEABILITY OF LIPOSOMES MADE FROM MITOCHONDRIAL INNER MEMBRANE PHOSPHOLIPIDS - NO EFFECT OF FATTY-ACID COMPOSITION

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Biomembranes
    44. LIONETTI L; IOSSA S; BRAND MD; LIVERINI G
      THE MECHANISM OF STIMULATION OF RESPIRATION IN ISOLATED HEPATOCYTES FROM RATS FED AN ENERGY-DENSE DIET

      Journal of nutritional biochemistry
    45. ROLFE DFS; BRAND MD
      CONTRIBUTION OF MITOCHONDRIAL PROTON LEAK TO SKELETAL-MUSCLE RESPIRATION AND TO STANDARD METABOLIC-RATE

      American journal of physiology. Cell physiology
    46. PORTER RK; HULBERT AJ; BRAND MD
      ALLOMETRY OF MITOCHONDRIAL PROTON LEAK - INFLUENCE OF MEMBRANE-SURFACE AREA AND FATTY-ACID COMPOSITION

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    47. LIONETTI L; IOSSA S; BRAND MD; LIVERINI G
      RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MEMBRANE-POTENTIAL AND RESPIRATION RATE IN ISOLATED LIVER-MITOCHONDRIA FROM RATS FED AN ENERGY DENSE DIET

      Molecular and cellular biochemistry
    48. CHIEN LF; BRAND MD
      THE EFFECT OF CHLOROFORM ON MITOCHONDRIAL ENERGY TRANSDUCTION

      Biochemical journal
    49. ROLFE DFS; BRAND MD
      PROTON LEAK AND MITOCHONDRIAL INNER MEMBRANE PHOSPHOLIPID-COMPOSITION

      Progress in Biophysics and Molecular Biology
    50. BRAND MD
      TOP-DOWN METABOLIC CONTROL ANALYSIS

      Journal of theoretical biology
    51. ROLFE DFS; BRAND MD
      PROTON LEAK AND CONTROL OF OXIDATIVE-PHOSPHORYLATION IN PERFUSED, RESTING RAT SKELETAL-MUSCLE

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Bioenergetics
    52. KESSELER A; BRAND MD
      THE MECHANISM OF THE STIMULATION OF STATE-4 RESPIRATION BY CADMIUM INPOTATO-TUBER (SOLANUM-TUBEROSUM) MITOCHONDRIA

      Plant physiology and biochemistry
    53. BORUTAITE V; MILDAZIENE V; BROWN GC; BRAND MD
      CONTROL AND KINETIC-ANALYSIS OF ISCHEMIA-DAMAGED HEART-MITOCHONDRIA -WHICH PARTS OF THE OXIDATIVE-PHOSPHORYLATION SYSTEM ARE AFFECTED BY ISCHEMIA

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Molecular basis of disease
    54. PORTER RK; BRAND MD
      CAUSES OF DIFFERENCES IN RESPIRATION RATE OF HEPATOCYTES FROM MAMMALSOF DIFFERENT BODY-MASS

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    55. PORTER RK; BRAND MD
      CELLULAR OXYGEN-CONSUMPTION DEPENDS ON BODY-MASS

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    56. BRAND MD; KESSELER A
      CONTROL ANALYSIS OF ENERGY-METABOLISM IN MITOCHONDRIA

      Biochemical Society transactions
    57. BUTTGEREIT F; BRAND MD
      A HIERARCHY OF ATP-CONSUMING PROCESSES IN MAMMALIAN-CELLS

      Biochemical journal
    58. PORTER RK; BRAND MD
      MITOCHONDRIAL PROTON CONDUCTANCE AND H+ O RATIO ARE INDEPENDENT OF ELECTRON-TRANSPORT RATE IN ISOLATED HEPATOCYTES/

      Biochemical journal
    59. HARPER ME; BRAND MD
      USE OF TOP-DOWN ELASTICITY ANALYSIS TO IDENTIFY SITES OF THYROID HORMONE-INDUCED THERMOGENESIS

      Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine
    60. AINSCOW EK; BRAND MD
      TOP-DOWN CONTROL ANALYSIS OF SYSTEMS WITH MORE THAN ONE COMMON INTERMEDIATE

      European journal of biochemistry
    61. KORZENIEWSKI B; HARPER ME; BRAND MD
      PROPORTIONAL ACTIVATION COEFFICIENTS DURING STIMULATION OF OXIDATIVE-PHOSPHORYLATION BY LACTATE AND PYRUVATE OR BY VASOPRESSIN

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Bioenergetics
    62. BRAND MD; COUTURE P; HULBERT AJ
      LIPOSOMES FROM MAMMALIAN LIVER-MITOCHONDRIA ARE MORE POLYUNSATURATED AND LEAKIER TO PROTONS THAN THOSE FROM REPTILES

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. B. Comparative biochemistry
    63. BRAND MD; CHIEN LF; DIOLEZ P
      EXPERIMENTAL DISCRIMINATION BETWEEN PROTON LEAK AND REDOX SLIP DURINGMITOCHONDRIAL ELECTRON-TRANSPORT

      Biochemical journal
    64. BRAND MD; VALLIS BPS; KESSELER A
      THE SUM OF FLUX CONTROL COEFFICIENTS IN THE ELECTRON-TRANSPORT CHAIN OF MITOCHONDRIA

      European journal of biochemistry
    65. KESSELER A; BRAND MD
      LOCALIZATION OF THE SITES OF ACTION OF CADMIUM ON OXIDATIVE-PHOSPHORYLATION IN POTATO-TUBER MITOCHONDRIA USING TOP-DOWN ELASTICITY ANALYSIS

      European journal of biochemistry
    66. KESSELER A; BRAND MD
      EFFECTS OF CADMIUM ON THE CONTROL AND INTERNAL REGULATION OF OXIDATIVE-PHOSPHORYLATION IN POTATO-TUBER MITOCHONDRIA

      European journal of biochemistry
    67. KESSELER A; BRAND MD
      QUANTITATIVE-DETERMINATION OF THE REGULATION OF OXIDATIVE-PHOSPHORYLATION BY CADMIUM IN POTATO-TUBER MITOCHONDRIA

      European journal of biochemistry
    68. BUTTGEREIT F; GRANT A; MULLER M; BRAND MD
      THE EFFECTS OF METHYLPREDNISOLONE ON OXIDATIVE-PHOSPHORYLATION IN CONCANAVALIN-A-STIMULATED THYMOCYTES - TOP-DOWN ELASTICITY ANALYSIS AND CONTROL ANALYSIS

      European journal of biochemistry
    69. HARPER ME; BRAND MD
      HYPERTHYROIDISM STIMULATES MITOCHONDRIAL PROTON LEAK AND ATP TURNOVERIN RAT HEPATOCYTES BUT DOES NOT CHANGE THE OVERALL KINETICS OF SUBSTRATE OXIDATION REACTIONS

      Canadian journal of physiology and pharmacology
    70. ROLFE DFS; HULBERT AJ; BRAND MD
      CHARACTERISTICS OF MITOCHONDRIAL PROTON LEAK AND CONTROL OF OXIDATIVE-PHOSPHORYLATION IN THE MAJOR OXYGEN-CONSUMING TISSUES OF THE RAT

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Bioenergetics
    71. BRAND MD; CHIEN LF; AINSCOW EK; ROLFE DFS; PORTER RK
      THE CAUSES AND FUNCTIONS OF MITOCHONDRIAL PROTON LEAK

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Bioenergetics
    72. BRAND MD; CHIEN LF; ROLFE DFS
      CONTROL OF OXIDATIVE-PHOSPHORYLATION IN LIVER-MITOCHONDRIA AND HEPATOCYTES

      Biochemical Society transactions
    73. DIOLEZ P; KESSELER A; HARAUX F; VALERIO M; BRINKMANN K; BRAND MD
      REGULATION OF OXIDATIVE-PHOSPHORYLATION IN PLANT-MITOCHONDRIA

      Biochemical Society transactions
    74. HARPER ME; BALLANTYNE JS; LEACH M; BRAND MD
      EFFECTS OF THYROID-HORMONES ON OXIDATIVE-PHOSPHORYLATION

      Biochemical Society transactions
    75. BRAND MD; HARPER ME; TAYLOR HC
      CONTROL OF THE EFFECTIVE P O RATIO OF OXIDATIVE-PHOSPHORYLATION IN LIVER-MITOCHONDRIA AND HEPATOCYTES/

      Biochemical journal
    76. BUTTGEREIT F; BRAND MD; MULLER M
      EFFECTS OF METHYLPREDNISOLONE ON THE ENERGY-METABOLISM OF QUIESCENT AND CONA-STIMULATED THYMOCYTES OF THE RAT

      Bioscience reports
    77. HARPER ME; BRAND MD
      THE QUANTITATIVE CONTRIBUTIONS OF MITOCHONDRIAL PROTON LEAK AND ATP TURNOVER REACTIONS TO THE CHANGED RESPIRATION RATES OF HEPATOCYTES FROMRATS OF DIFFERENT THYROID STATUS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    78. KAPLAN CP; PORTER RK; BRAND MD
      THE CHOLINE TRANSPORTER IS THE MAJOR SITE OF CONTROL OF CHOLINE OXIDATION IN ISOLATED RAT-LIVER MITOCHONDRIA

      FEBS letters


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