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Molecule List for pathway CaM (Pathway Number 81) in Accession Synaptic_Network (Accession Number 16)
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|1|| CaM||Network||20||1000||No||- |
| || There is a LOT of this in the cell: upto 1% of total protein mass. (Alberts et al, Mol Biol. of the Cell, Garland Publishers) Say 25 uM. Meyer et al Science 256 1199-1202 1992 refer to studies saying it is comparable to CaMK levels. |
|2|| neurogranin||Network||10||1000||No||- |
| || Also known as RC3 and p17 and BICKS. Concentration in brain >> 2 uM from Martzen and Slemmon J Neurosci 64 92-100 1995. Concentration in dend spines is much higher than overall, so it could be anywhere from 2 uM to 50. We will estimate 10 uM as a starting point. Gerendasy et al JBC 269:35 22420-22426 1994 have a skeleton model (no numbers) indicating CaM-Ca(n) binding.|
|3|| neurogranin*||Network||0||1000||No||- |
| || The phosphorylated form of neurogranin does not bind CaM (Huang et al ABB 305:2 570-580 1993)|
|4|| neurogranin-CaM||Network||0||1000||No||- |
| || This is the CaM-bound form of neurogranin. This CaM is taken out of circulation and thus reduces the signaling through CaM.|
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