Stoichiometry and molecular weight of the minimum asymmetric unit of canine renal sodium and potassium ion-activated adenosine triphosphatase.

Sodium and potassium ion-activated adenosine triphosphatase is known to be composed of at least two different polypeptides, alpha and beta. When a detergent-treated supernatant preparation of the enzyme is reacted with the cross-linking reagent, cupric phenanthroline, a single, covalent heterodimer is formed. This product is formed from one of each of the… CONTINUE READING



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