Opening of the myosin nucleotide triphosphate binding domain during the ATPase cycle.

Abstract

A series of ATP analogs, in which moieties of various sizes have been added to the gamma-phosphorus of ATP, bind to the active site of myosin and to the actomyosin complex in myofibrils and in chemically skinned fibers. The affinity of the analogs for the active site shows only a slight dependence on the size of the added moiety. Addition of even our… (More)

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@article{Pate1997OpeningOT, title={Opening of the myosin nucleotide triphosphate binding domain during the ATPase cycle.}, author={Edward Pate and Nariman Naber and Marija Matuska and Kathleen E Franks-Skiba and Roger Cooke}, journal={Biochemistry}, year={1997}, volume={36 40}, pages={12155-66} }