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Molecule List for pathway PKA (Pathway Number 17) in Accession fig3_CaMKII (Accession Number 2)
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|Buffered||Sum Total Of|
|1|| inhibited-PKA||Network||0||1000||No||- |
|2|| PKA-inhibitor||Network||0.25||1000||No||- |
|3|| R2-cAMP4||Network||0||1000||No||- |
| || R-dimer is bound to 4 cAMP molecules.|
|4|| R2C-cAMP4||Network||0||1000||No||- |
| || R2C1 complex consisting of 1 catalytic (C) subunit, and the R-dimer with 4 cAMP molecules bound to it.|
|5|| R2C2||Network||0.5||1000||No||- |
| || PKA: Protein kinase activated by cAMP.|
R2C2 complex consists of 2 catalytic (C) subunits, and the R-dimer. There are two types of cAMP binding sites termed A and B according to the rate with which they exchange bound labelled nucleotide.
Dagfinn Ogreid and Stein Ove Doskeland (1981) Int.J.Biochem. 13(1):1-19
Physiological concentration of PKA = 0.59 uM (cardiac myocyte)
Jeffrey J. Saucerman et al (2003) J.Biol.Chem. 278(48):47997-48003
|6|| R2C2-cAMP||Network||0||1000||No||- |
| || R2C2 complex consisting of 2 catalytic (C) subunits, and the R-dimer with one molecule of cAMP bound to site B1 on the regulatory subunit.|
|7|| R2C2-cAMP2||Network||0||1000||No||- |
| || R2C2 complex consisting of 2 catalytic (C) subunits, and the R-dimer with one molecule of cAMP bound to each of the B sites on the regulatory subunit.|
|8|| R2C2-cAMP3||Network||0||1000||No||- |
| || R2C2 complex consisting of 2 catalytic (C) subunits, and the R-dimer with 3 cAMP molecules bound to it.|
|9|| R2C2-cAMP4||Network||0||1000||No||- |
| || R2C2 complex consisting of 2 catalytic (C) subunits, and the R-dimer with 4 cAMP molecules bound to it. All the regulatory subunits now have cAMP bound. This state is ready to dissociate and to release the catalytic subunit.|
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