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Pathway List for camkii

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  Pathway Name
Pathway No.
Accession Name
Accession No.
Accession
Type
Pathway statisticscamkii statisticsSource
Entry Date
1 CaMKII
Pathway No. 13
 fig3_CaMKII

Accession No. 2
NetworkMolecule = 9
Enzyme   = 4
Reaction  = 3
Molecule = 1
Enzyme   = 0
Reaction  = 0
Bhalla US and Iyengar R. Science (1999) 283(5400):381-7. ( peer-reviewed publication )/
2001-11-07
   Related Pathway: 
2680106121145159174202216235245258264272282322339357
    This is the model file for figure 3 from Bhalla US and Iyengar R. Science (1999) 283(5400):381-7. It is a model of the Ca activation of CaMKII and other CaM-activated enzymes. It includes the regulatory phosphatases PP1 and PP2B (Calcineurin) acting on CaMKII and also includes CaM-activated adenylyl cyclase and PKA in the synapse.
Demonstration script files for generating the figures in the paper, including figure 3, are available here.
   
This pathway is part of accession 2 and is completely specified in the file acc2.g.
There is no separate files for just this pathway.
FormatFile
Native Format (GENESIS format)    acc2.g   
GENESIS Format (Annotated version)    Anno_acc2.g   
2 CaMKII
Pathway No. 26
 fig4_synapse

Accession No. 3
NetworkMolecule = 9
Enzyme   = 4
Reaction  = 3
Molecule = 1
Enzyme   = 0
Reaction  = 0
Bhalla US and Iyengar R. Science (1999) 283(5400):381-7. ( peer-reviewed publication )/
2001-11-07
   Related Pathway: 
1380106121145159174202216235245258264272282322339357
    This is the composite model of 4 kinases: PKC, MAPK, PKA and CaMKII and numerous regulatory pathways involved in synaptic signaling. From Bhalla US and Iyengar R. Science (1999) 283(5400):381-7.This model comes from figure 4 of that paper.
Demonstration script files for generating the figures in the paper, including figure 4, are available here.
   
This pathway is part of accession 3 and is completely specified in the file acc3.g.
There is no separate files for just this pathway.
FormatFile
Native Format (GENESIS format)    acc3.g   
GENESIS Format (Annotated version)    Anno_acc3.g   
3 CaMKII
Pathway No. 80
 Synaptic_
Network

Accession No. 16
NetworkMolecule = 9
Enzyme   = 4
Reaction  = 3
Molecule = 1
Enzyme   = 0
Reaction  = 0
Bhalla US and Iyengar R. Science (1999) 283(5400):381-7. ( peer-reviewed publication )/
2001-12-12
   Related Pathway: 
1326106121145159174202216235245258264272282322339357
    Main reference here is the review by Hanson and Schulman, Ann Rev Biochem 1992 vol 61 pp 559-601. Most of the mechanistic details and a few constants are derived from there. Many kinetics are from Hanson and Schulman JBC 267:24 17216-17224 1992. The enzymes look a bit complicated. Actually it is just 3 reactions for different sites, by 4 states of CaMKII, defined by the phosphorylation state. This model approximates the fact that the enzyme is actually present as a decamer/dodecamer. It does so by treating the autophosphorylation reactions as being independent of the concentration of CaMKII. Also the rates for the autophosphorylation steps have been scaled to fit this approximation.
   
This pathway is part of accession 16 and is completely specified in the file acc16.g.
There is no separate files for just this pathway.
FormatFile
Native Format (GENESIS format)    acc16.g   
GENESIS Format (Annotated version)    Anno_acc16.g   
4 CaMKII
Pathway No. 106
 NonOsc_Ca_
IP3metabolism

Accession No. 23
NetworkMolecule = 10
Enzyme   = 13
Reaction  = 3
Molecule = 1
Enzyme   = 0
Reaction  = 0
Mishra J, Bhalla US. Biophys J. 2002 Sep;83(3):1298-316. ( peer-reviewed publication )/
2002-01-07
   Related Pathway: 
132680121145159174202216235245258264272282322339357
    Main reference here is the review by Hanson PI, Schulman H. Annu Rev Biochem. 1992;61:559-601. Most of the mechanistic details and a few constants are derived from there. Many kinetics are from Hanson PI, Schulman H. J Biol Chem. 1992 Aug 25;267(24):17216-24. The enzymes look a bit complicated. Actually it is just 3 reactions for different sites, by 4 states of CaMKII, defined by the phosphorylation state. This model approximates the fact that the enzyme is actually present as a decamer/dodecamer. It does so by treating the autophosphorylation reactions as being independent of the concentration of CaMKII. Also the rates for the autophosphorylation steps have been scaled to fit this approximation.
   
This pathway is part of accession 23 and is completely specified in the file acc23.g.
There is no separate files for just this pathway.
FormatFile
Native Format (GENESIS format)    acc23.g   
GENESIS Format (Annotated version)    Anno_acc23.g   
5 CaMKII
Pathway No. 121
 Osc_Ca_
IP3metabolism

Accession No. 24
NetworkMolecule = 10
Enzyme   = 13
Reaction  = 3
Molecule = 1
Enzyme   = 0
Reaction  = 0
Mishra J, Bhalla US. Biophys J. 2002 Sep;83(3):1298-316. ( peer-reviewed publication )/
2002-01-08
   Related Pathway: 
132680106145159174202216235245258264272282322339357
    Main reference here is the review by Hanson and Schulman, Ann Rev Biochem 1992 vol 61 pp 559-601. Most of the mechanistic details and a few constants are derived from there. Many kinetics are from Hanson and Schulman JBC 267:24 17216-17224 1992. The enzymes look a bit complicated. Actually it is just 3 reactions for different sites, by 4 states of CaMKII, defined by the phosphorylation state. This model approximates the fact that the enzyme is actually present as a decamer/dodecamer. It does so by treating the autophosphorylation reactions as being independent of the concentration of CaMKII. Also the rates for the autophosphorylation steps have been scaled to fit this approximation.
   
This pathway is part of accession 24 and is completely specified in the file acc24.g.
There is no separate files for just this pathway.
FormatFile
Native Format (GENESIS format)    acc24.g   
GENESIS Format (Annotated version)    Anno_acc24.g   
6 CaMKII
Pathway No. 145
 NonOsc_Ca_
IP3metabolism

Accession No. 31
NetworkMolecule = 10
Enzyme   = 13
Reaction  = 3
Molecule = 1
Enzyme   = 0
Reaction  = 0
Mishra J, Bhalla US. Biophys J. 2002 Sep;83(3):1298-316. ( peer-reviewed publication )/
2002-04-03
   Related Pathway: 
132680106121159174202216235245258264272282322339357
    Main reference here is the review by Hanson and Schulman, Ann Rev Biochem 1992 vol 61 pp 559-601. Most of the mechanistic details and a few constants are derived from there. Many kinetics are from Hanson and Schulman JBC 267:24 17216-17224 1992. The enzymes look a bit complicated. Actually it is just 3 reactions for different sites, by 4 states of CaMKII, defined by the phosphorylation state. This model approximates the fact that the enzyme is actually present as a decamer/dodecamer. It does so by treating the autophosphorylation reactions as being independent of the concentration of CaMKII. Also the rates for the autophosphorylation steps have been scaled to fit this approximation.
   
This pathway is part of accession 31 and is completely specified in the file acc31.g.
There is no separate files for just this pathway.
FormatFile
Native Format (GENESIS format)    acc31.g   
GENESIS Format (Annotated version)    Anno_acc31.g   
7 CaMKII
Pathway No. 159
 Osc_Ca_
IP3metabolism

Accession No. 32
NetworkMolecule = 10
Enzyme   = 13
Reaction  = 3
Molecule = 1
Enzyme   = 0
Reaction  = 0
Mishra J, Bhalla US. Biophys J. 2002 Sep;83(3):1298-316. ( peer-reviewed publication )/
2002-04-03
   Related Pathway: 
132680106121145174202216235245258264272282322339357
    Main reference here is the review by Hanson and Schulman, Ann Rev Biochem 1992 vol 61 pp 559-601. Most of the mechanistic details and a few constants are derived from there. Many kinetics are from Hanson and Schulman JBC 267:24 17216-17224 1992. The enzymes look a bit complicated. Actually it is just 3 reactions for different sites, by 4 states of CaMKII, defined by the phosphorylation state. This model approximates the fact that the enzyme is actually present as a decamer/dodecamer. It does so by treating the autophosphorylation reactions as being independent of the concentration of CaMKII. Also the rates for the autophosphorylation steps have been scaled to fit this approximation.
   
This pathway is part of accession 32 and is completely specified in the file acc32.g.
There is no separate files for just this pathway.
FormatFile
Native Format (GENESIS format)    acc32.g   
GENESIS Format (Annotated version)    Anno_acc32.g   
8 CaMKII
Pathway No. 174
 CaMKII

Accession No. 33
NetworkMolecule = 11
Enzyme   = 2
Reaction  = 14
Molecule = 1
Enzyme   = 0
Reaction  = 0
William R. Holmes J Comput Neurosci. (2000) 8(1):65-85 ( peer-reviewed publication )/
2002-08-21
   Related Pathway: 
132680106121145159202216235245258264272282322339357
    This is a deterministic, point kinetics approximation to the dendritic spine CaMKII model described in William R. Holmes J Comput Neurosci. (2000) 8(1):65-85. Rates are the same but the responses differ somewhat because this model does not include the stochastic and diffusive calculations of the original.
   
FormatFile
Native Format (GENESIS format)    path174.g   
GENESIS Format (Annotated version)    Anno_path174.g   
9 CaMKII
Pathway No. 202
 CaMKII_2003

Accession No. 49
NetworkMolecule = 8
Enzyme   = 4
Reaction  = 3
Molecule = 1
Enzyme   = 0
Reaction  = 0
Bhalla US. Biophys J. 2004 Aug;87(2):733-44. ( peer-reviewed publication )./
2003-04-28
   Related Pathway: 
132680106121145159174216235245258264272282322339357
    Main reference here is the review by Hanson and Schulman, Ann Rev Biochem 1992 vol 61 pp 559-601. Most of the mechanistic details and a few constants are derived from there. Many kinetics are from Hanson and Schulman JBC 267:24 17216-17224 1992. The enzs look a terrible mess. Actually it is just 3 reactions for diff sites, by 4 states of CaMKII, defined by the phosph state.
   
This pathway is part of accession 49 and is completely specified in the file acc49.g.
There is no separate files for just this pathway.
FormatFile
Native Format (GENESIS format)    acc49.g   
GENESIS Format (Annotated version)    Anno_acc49.g   
MATLAB format    acc49.m   
SBML format    acc49.xml   
10 CaMKII
Pathway No. 216
 MAPK_network_
2003

Accession No. 50
NetworkMolecule = 8
Enzyme   = 4
Reaction  = 3
Molecule = 1
Enzyme   = 0
Reaction  = 0
Bhalla US Biophys J. 2004 Aug;87(2):745-53. ( peer-reviewed publication )/
2003-04-28
   Related Pathway: 
132680106121145159174202235245258264272282322339357
    Main reference here is the review by Hanson and Schulman, Ann Rev Biochem 1992 vol 61 pp 559-601. Most of the mechanistic details and a few constants are derived from there. Many kinetics are from Hanson and Schulman JBC 267:24 17216-17224 1992. The enzs look a terrible mess. Actually it is just 3 reactions for diff sites, by 4 states of CaMKII, defined by the phosph state.
   
FormatFile
Native Format (GENESIS format)    path216.g   
GENESIS Format (Annotated version)    Anno_path216.g   
MATLAB format    path216.m   
11 CaMKII
Pathway No. 235
 AMPAR_traff_
model0

Accession No. 59
NetworkMolecule = 25
Enzyme   = 24
Reaction  = 10
Molecule = 1
Enzyme   = 1
Reaction  = 0
Hayer A, Bhalla US PLoS Comput Biol. 2005 Jul;1(2):137-54. Epub 2005 Jul 29. ( Peer-reviewed publication )/
2005-07-19
   Related Pathway: 
132680106121145159174202216245258264272282322339357
    Main reference here is the review by Hanson and Schulman, Ann Rev Biochem 1992 vol 61 pp 559-601. Most of the mechanistic details and a few constants are derived from there. Many kinetics are from Hanson and Schulman JBC 267:24 17216-17224 1992. The enzs look a terrible mess. Actually it is just 3 reactions for diff sites, by 4 states of CaMKII, defined by the phosph state.
   
This pathway is part of accession 59 and is completely specified in the file acc59.g.
There is no separate files for just this pathway.
FormatFile
Native Format (GENESIS format)    acc59.g   
MATLAB format    acc59.m   
SBML format    acc59.xml   
12 CaMKII
Pathway No. 245
 AMPAR_traff_
model1

Accession No. 60
NetworkMolecule = 25
Enzyme   = 24
Reaction  = 10
Molecule = 1
Enzyme   = 1
Reaction  = 0
Hayer A, Bhalla US PLoS Comput Biol. 2005 Jul;1(2):137-54. Epub 2005 Jul 29. ( Peer-reviewed publication )/
2005-07-19
   Related Pathway: 
132680106121145159174202216235258264272282322339357
    Main reference here is the review by Hanson and Schulman, Ann Rev Biochem 1992 vol 61 pp 559-601. Most of the mechanistic details and a few constants are derived from there. Many kinetics are from Hanson and Schulman JBC 267:24 17216-17224 1992. The enzs look a terrible mess. Actually it is just 3 reactions for diff sites, by 4 states of CaMKII, defined by the phosph state.
   
This pathway is part of accession 60 and is completely specified in the file acc60.g.
There is no separate files for just this pathway.
FormatFile
Native Format (GENESIS format)    acc60.g   
MATLAB format    acc60.m   
SBML format    acc60.xml   
13 CaMKII
Pathway No. 258
 CaMKII_noPKA_
model3

Accession No. 62
NetworkMolecule = 8
Enzyme   = 4
Reaction  = 2
Molecule = 1
Enzyme   = 0
Reaction  = 0
Hayer A, Bhalla US PLoS PLoS Comput Biol. 2005 Jul;1(2):137-54. Epub 2005 Jul 29. ( Peer-reviewed publication )/
2005-07-19
   Related Pathway: 
132680106121145159174202216235245264272282322339357
    Main reference here is the review by Hanson and Schulman, Ann Rev Biochem 1992 vol 61 pp 559-601. Most of the mechanistic details and a few constants are derived from there. Many kinetics are from Hanson and Schulman JBC 267:24 17216-17224 1992. The enzs look a terrible mess. Actually it is just 3 reactions for diff sites, by 4 states of CaMKII, defined by the phosph state.
   
This pathway is part of accession 62 and is completely specified in the file acc62.g.
There is no separate files for just this pathway.
FormatFile
Native Format (GENESIS format)    acc62.g   
MATLAB format    acc62.m   
SBML format    acc62.xml   
14 CaMKII
Pathway No. 264
 CaMKII_model3

Accession No. 63
NetworkMolecule = 8
Enzyme   = 4
Reaction  = 2
Molecule = 1
Enzyme   = 0
Reaction  = 0
Hayer A, Bhalla US PLoS Comput Biol. 2005 Jul;1(2):137-54. Epub 2005 Jul 29. ( Peer-reviewed publication )/
2005-07-19
   Related Pathway: 
132680106121145159174202216235245258272282322339357
    Main reference here is the review by Hanson and Schulman, Ann Rev Biochem 1992 vol 61 pp 559-601. Most of the mechanistic details and a few constants are derived from there. Many kinetics are from Hanson and Schulman JBC 267:24 17216-17224 1992. The enzs look a terrible mess. Actually it is just 3 reactions for diff sites, by 4 states of CaMKII, defined by the phosph state.
   
This pathway is part of accession 63 and is completely specified in the file acc63.g.
There is no separate files for just this pathway.
FormatFile
Native Format (GENESIS format)    acc63.g   
MATLAB format    acc63.m   
SBML format    acc63.xml   
15 CaMKII
Pathway No. 272
 AMPAR_CaMKII_
strong_coupling

Accession No. 64
NetworkMolecule = 8
Enzyme   = 4
Reaction  = 2
Molecule = 1
Enzyme   = 0
Reaction  = 0
Hayer A, Bhalla US PLoS Comput Biol. 2005 Jul;1(2):137-54. Epub 2005 Jul 29. ( Peer-reviewed publication )/
2005-07-19
   Related Pathway: 
132680106121145159174202216235245258264282322339357
    Main reference here is the review by Hanson and Schulman, Ann Rev Biochem 1992 vol 61 pp 559-601. Most of the mechanistic details and a few constants are derived from there. Many kinetics are from Hanson and Schulman JBC 267:24 17216-17224 1992. The enzs look a terrible mess. Actually it is just 3 reactions for diff sites, by 4 states of CaMKII, defined by the phosph state.
   
This pathway is part of accession 64 and is completely specified in the file acc64.g.
There is no separate files for just this pathway.
FormatFile
Native Format (GENESIS format)    acc64.g   
MATLAB format    acc64.m   
SBML format    acc64.xml   
16 CaMKII
Pathway No. 282
 AMPAR_CaMKII_
weak_coupling

Accession No. 65
NetworkMolecule = 11
Enzyme   = 4
Reaction  = 2
Molecule = 1
Enzyme   = 0
Reaction  = 0
Hayer A, Bhalla US PLoS Comput Biol. 2005 Jul;1(2):137-54. Epub 2005 Jul 29. ( Peer-reviewed publication )/
2005-07-21
   Related Pathway: 
132680106121145159174202216235245258264272322339357
    Main reference here is the review by Hanson and Schulman, Ann Rev Biochem 1992 vol 61 pp 559-601. Most of the mechanistic details and a few constants are derived from there. Many kinetics are from Hanson and Schulman JBC 267:24 17216-17224 1992. The enzs look a terrible mess. Actually it is just 3 reactions for diff sites, by 4 states of CaMKII, defined by the phosph state.
   
This pathway is part of accession 65 and is completely specified in the file acc65.g.
There is no separate files for just this pathway.
FormatFile
Native Format (GENESIS format)    acc65.g   
MATLAB format    acc65.m   
SBML format    acc65.xml   
17 CaMKII
Pathway No. 322
 Ajay_Bhalla_
2004_PKM_Tuning

Accession No. 76
NetworkMolecule = 8
Enzyme   = 4
Reaction  = 3
Molecule = 1
Enzyme   = 0
Reaction  = 0
Ajay SM, Bhalla US. Eur J Neurosci. 2004 Nov;20(10):2671-80. ( Peer-reviewed publication )/
2006-12-12
   Related Pathway: 
132680106121145159174202216235245258264272282339357
    Main reference here is the review by Hanson and Schulman, Ann Rev Biochem 1992 vol 61 pp 559-601. Most of the mechanistic details and a few constants are derived from there. Many kinetics are from Hanson and Schulman JBC 267:24 17216-17224 1992. The enzs look a terrible mess. Actually it is just 3 reactions for diff sites, by 4 states of CaMKII, defined by the phosph state.
   
This pathway is part of accession 76 and is completely specified in the file acc76.g.
There is no separate files for just this pathway.
FormatFile
Native Format (GENESIS format)    acc76.g   
MATLAB format    acc76.m   
SBML format    acc76.xml   
18 CaMKII
Pathway No. 339
 Ajay_Bhalla_
2004_PKM_MKP3_
Tuning

Accession No. 77
NetworkMolecule = 8
Enzyme   = 4
Reaction  = 3
Molecule = 1
Enzyme   = 0
Reaction  = 0
Ajay SM, Bhalla US. Eur J Neurosci. 2004 Nov;20(10):2671-80 ( Peer-reviewed publication )/
2006-12-12
   Related Pathway: 
132680106121145159174202216235245258264272282322357
    Main reference here is the review by Hanson and Schulman, Ann Rev Biochem 1992 vol 61 pp 559-601. Most of the mechanistic details and a few constants are derived from there. Many kinetics are from Hanson and Schulman JBC 267:24 17216-17224 1992. The enzs look a terrible mess. Actually it is just 3 reactions for diff sites, by 4 states of CaMKII, defined by the phosph state.
   
This pathway is part of accession 77 and is completely specified in the file acc77.g.
There is no separate files for just this pathway.
FormatFile
Native Format (GENESIS format)    acc77.g   
MATLAB format    acc77.m   
SBML format    acc77.xml   
19 CaMKII
Pathway No. 357
 Ajay_Bhalla_
2004_Feedback_
Tuning

Accession No. 78
NetworkMolecule = 8
Enzyme   = 4
Reaction  = 3
Molecule = 1
Enzyme   = 0
Reaction  = 0
Ajay SM, Bhalla US. Eur J Neurosci. 2004 Nov;20(10):2671-80. ( Peer-reviewed publication )/
2006-12-12
   Related Pathway: 
132680106121145159174202216235245258264272282322339
    Main reference here is the review by Hanson and Schulman, Ann Rev Biochem 1992 vol 61 pp 559-601. Most of the mechanistic details and a few constants are derived from there. Many kinetics are from Hanson and Schulman JBC 267:24 17216-17224 1992. The enzs look a terrible mess. Actually it is just 3 reactions for diff sites, by 4 states of CaMKII, defined by the phosph state.
   
This pathway is part of accession 78 and is completely specified in the file acc78.g.
There is no separate files for just this pathway.
FormatFile
Native Format (GENESIS format)    acc78.g   
MATLAB format    acc78.m   
SBML format    acc78.xml   

 
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