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Molecule List for pathway CaM (Pathway Number 146) in Accession NonOsc_Ca_IP3metabolism (Accession Number 31)
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|Buffered||Sum Total Of|
|1|| CaM||Network||20||0||No||- |
| || LOT of this present in the cell: upto 1% of total protein mass. (Alberts et al, Mol Biol of the Cell, Garland Publishers) says 25 uM. Meyer et al, Science 256; 1992: 1199-1202 refer to studies saying it is comparable to CaMK levels. (Kakiuchi et al, J Biochem 92; 1982; 1041-48) say conc in cerebral cortex & cerebellum homogenates: 20-30uM Lower conc in other tissues: lung, adrenal gland, liver, kidney, spleen = 6,5,5,3,2 uM respectively|
|2|| CaM-Ca3||Network||0||0||No||- |
| || The TR1 end now begins to bind Ca. This form has 2 Ca's on the TR2 end, and one on the TR1.|
|3|| CaM-Ca4||Network||0||0||No||- |
| || The four-calcium-bound form of CaM. It is the active form for most reactions.|
|4|| CaM-TR2-Ca2||Network||0||0||No||- |
| || This is the intermediate where the TR2 end (the high-affinity end) has bound the Ca but the TR1 end has not.|
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