Phosphate binding and ATP-binding sites coexist in Na+/K(+)-transporting ATPase, as demonstrated by the inactivating MgPO4 complex analogue Co(NH3)4PO4.

@article{Buxbaum1991PhosphateBA,
  title={Phosphate binding and ATP-binding sites coexist in Na+/K(+)-transporting ATPase, as demonstrated by the inactivating MgPO4 complex analogue Co(NH3)4PO4.},
  author={Engelbert Buxbaum and W. Schoner},
  journal={European journal of biochemistry},
  year={1991},
  volume={195 2},
  pages={
          407-19
        }
}
Tetrammine cobalt(III) phosphate [Co(NH3)4PO4] inactivates Na+/K(+)-ATPase in the E2 conformational state, dependent on time and concentration, according to Eqn (1): Co(NH3)4PO4 + E2 Kd in equilibrium E2.Co(NH3)4PO4k2----E'2.Co(NH3)4PO4. The inactivation rate constant k2 for the formation of a stable E'2.Co(NH3)4PO4 at 37 degrees C was 0.057 min-1; the dissociation constant, Kd = 300 microM. The activation energy for the inactivation process was 149 kJ/mol. ATP and the uncleavable adenosine 5… CONTINUE READING
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