The effects of hydrostatic pressure on the low-K m GTPase in brain membranes from two congeneric marine fishes

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To investigate, the effects of hydrostatic pressure on transmembrane signaling in cold-adapted marine fishes, we examined the high-affinity GTPase activity in two congeneric marine fishes, Sebastolobus alascanus and S. altivelis. In brain membranes there are two GTPase activities, one with a low K m and one with a high K m for GTP. The high-affinity GTPase… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00369512

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@article{Siebenaller2004TheEO, title={The effects of hydrostatic pressure on the low-K m GTPase in brain membranes from two congeneric marine fishes}, author={Joseph F. Siebenaller and Thomas F. Murray}, journal={Journal of Comparative Physiology B}, year={2004}, volume={163}, pages={626-632} }