Adenine recognition: A motif present in ATP‐, CoA‐, NAD‐, NADP‐, and FAD‐dependent proteins

@article{Denessiouk2001AdenineRA,
  title={Adenine recognition: A motif present in ATP‐, CoA‐, NAD‐, NADP‐, and FAD‐dependent proteins},
  author={Konstantin A. Denessiouk and Ville-Veikko Rantanen and M. S. Johnson},
  journal={Proteins: Structure},
  year={2001},
  volume={44}
}
Adenosine triphosphate (ATP) plays an essential role in energy transfer within the cell. In the form of NAD, adenine participates in multiple redox reactions. Phosphorylation and ATP‐hydrolysis reactions have key roles in signal transduction and regulation of many proteins, especially enzymes. In each cell, proteins with many different functions use adenine and its derivatives as ligands; adenine, of course, is present in DNA and RNA. We show that an adenine binding motif, which differs… Expand
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