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Molecule List for pathway Gs (Pathway Number 198) in Accession PKA_2003 (Accession Number 47)

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  NameAccession
Type
Initial
Conc.

(uM)
Volume
(fL)
BufferedSum Total Of
1 GbgNetwork01000No
    The Gbetagamma dimer.
2 GDP.GaNetwork01000No
    The inactive GDP-bound form of Gs alpha.
3 GDP.GabcNetwork11000No
    The resting state of Gs: GDP bound to trimer. From Pang and Sternweis JBC 265:30 18707-12 1990 we get conc est 1.6 uM to 0.8 uM. We'll use 1 uM.
4 LNetwork01000Yes
    This ligand could be any of several which bind to the beta adrenergic receptor and other G-protein coupled receptors which activate AC. For the sake of argument, call it isoproterenol.
5 L.RNetwork01000No
    Ligand.Receptor complex
6 L.R.GDP.GabcNetwork01000No
    This is the ternary complex, where all the action happens. There are actually a lot more steps here, including a final step where the GTP binds the L.R.Ga complex and causes the release of GTP.Ga from the L.R. For simplicity this is excluded.
7 RNetwork0.08331000No
    A typical number of receptors per cell is about 50000.
8 R.GDP.GabcNetwork01000No
    Fraction of R.GDP.Gabc is about 50% of total R, from Fay et al. Biochemistry 30:5066-5075(1991) Since this is not the same receptor, this value is a bit uncertain.

 
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