Stimulation of mammalian G-protein-responsive adenylyl cyclases by carbon dioxide.

Abstract

Carbon dioxide is fundamental to the physiology of all organisms. There is considerable interest in the precise molecular mechanisms that organisms use to directly sense CO(2). Here we demonstrate that a mammalian recombinant G-protein-activated adenylyl cyclase and the related Rv1625c adenylyl cyclase of Mycobacterium tuberculosis are specifically… (More)
DOI: 10.1074/jbc.M807239200

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@article{Townsend2009StimulationOM, title={Stimulation of mammalian G-protein-responsive adenylyl cyclases by carbon dioxide.}, author={Philip D. Townsend and Phillip M. Holliday and Stepan I Fenyk and Kenneth C. Hess and Michael A. Gray and David R. W. Hodgson and Martin J. Cann}, journal={The Journal of biological chemistry}, year={2009}, volume={284 2}, pages={784-91} }