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Molecule List for pathway PKA (Pathway Number 84) in Accession Synaptic_Network (Accession Number 16)

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  NameAccession
Type
Initial
Conc.

(uM)
Volume
(fL)
BufferedSum Total Of
1 inhibited-PKANetwork01000No
    This is the inhibitor bound to PKA.
2 PKA-inhibitorNetwork0.251000No
    About 25% of PKA C subunit is dissociated in resting cells without having any noticable activity. Doskeland and Ogreid Int J biochem 13 pp1-19 suggest that this is because there is a corresponding amount of inhibitor protein.
3 R2-cAMP4Network01000No
    The regulatory subunit with 4 cAMPs but the catalytic subunit has been released.
4 R2C-cAMP4Network01000No
5 R2C2Network0.51000No
    This is the R2C2 complex, consisting of 2 catalytic (C) subunits, and the R-dimer. See Taylor et al Ann Rev Biochem 1990 59:971-1005 for a review. The Doskeland and Ogreid review is better for numbers. Amount of PKA is about .5 uM.
6 R2C2-cAMPNetwork01000No
    One cAMP bound to site B1 on the regulatory subunits.
7 R2C2-cAMP2Network01000No
    One cAMP bound to each of the B sites on the regulatory subunits.
8 R2C2-cAMP3Network01000No
    3 cAMPs now bound.
9 R2C2-cAMP4Network01000No
    All the regulatory subunits now have cAMP bound. This state is ready to dissociate and to release the catalytic subunit.

 
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