Gastric H/K-ATPase liberates two moles of Pi from one mole of phosphoenzyme formed from a high-affinity ATP binding site and one mole of enzyme-bound ATP at the low-affinity site during cross-talk between catalytic subunits.

@article{Abe2002GastricHL,
  title={Gastric H/K-ATPase liberates two moles of Pi from one mole of phosphoenzyme formed from a high-affinity ATP binding site and one mole of enzyme-bound ATP at the low-affinity site during cross-talk between catalytic subunits.},
  author={Kazuhiro Abe and Shunji Kaya and Toshiaki Imagawa and Kazuya Taniguchi},
  journal={Biochemistry},
  year={2002},
  volume={41 7},
  pages={2438-45}
}
The maximum amount of acid-stable phosphoenzyme (E32P)/mol of alpha chain of pig gastric H/K-ATPase from [gamma-32P]ATP (K(1/2) = 0.5 microM) was found to be approximately 0.5, which was half of that formed from 32P(i) (K(1/2) = 0.22 mM). The maximum 32P binding for the enzyme during turnover in the presence of [gamma-32P]ATP or [alpha-32P]ATP was due to 0.5 mol of E32P + 0.5 mol of an acid-labile enzyme-bound [gamma-32P]ATP (EATP) or 0.5 mol of an acid-labile enzyme-bound [alpha-32P]ATP… CONTINUE READING