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|description=[[File:L.jpg |link=LEAK respiration]] In the '''LEAK state without adenylates''' mitochondrial LEAK respiration, ''L''(n) (n for no adenylates), is measured after addition of substrates, which decreases slowly to the [[LEAK state]] after oxidation of endogenous substrates with no [[adenylates]]. ''L''(n) is distinguished from ''L''(T) and ''L''(Omy).
 
|description=[[File:L.jpg |link=LEAK respiration]] In the '''LEAK state without adenylates''' mitochondrial LEAK respiration, ''L''(n) (n for no adenylates), is measured after addition of substrates, which decreases slowly to the [[LEAK state]] after oxidation of endogenous substrates with no [[adenylates]]. ''L''(n) is distinguished from ''L''(T) and ''L''(Omy).
|info=[[Gnaiger 2019 MitoFit Preprint Arch]], [[Gnaiger 2014 MitoPathways]]
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|info=[[BEC 2020.1]], [[Gnaiger 2020 MitoPathways]]
 
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  Communicated by [[Gnaiger E]] 2010-10-21, edited 2019-01-24.
 
  Communicated by [[Gnaiger E]] 2010-10-21, edited 2019-01-24.

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LEAK state without adenylates

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L.jpg In the LEAK state without adenylates mitochondrial LEAK respiration, L(n) (n for no adenylates), is measured after addition of substrates, which decreases slowly to the LEAK state after oxidation of endogenous substrates with no adenylates. L(n) is distinguished from L(T) and L(Omy).

Abbreviation: L(n)

Reference: BEC 2020.1, Gnaiger 2020 MitoPathways

Communicated by Gnaiger E 2010-10-21, edited 2019-01-24.
LEAK respiration without adenylates, LN.

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