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Molecule List for pathway PKA (Pathway Number 288) in Accession AMPAR_CaMKII_weak_coupling (Accession Number 65)
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|Buffered||Sum Total Of|
|1|| inhibited-PKA||Network||0||0.09||No||- |
|2|| PKA-active||Network||0||0.09||No||- |
|3|| PKA-inhibitor||Network||0.2593||0.09||No||- |
| || 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.|
|4|| R2-cAMP4||Network||0||0.09||No||- |
| || Starts at 0.15 for the test of fig 6 in Smith et al, but we aren't using that paper any more.|
|5|| R2C-cAMP4||Network||0||0.09||No||- |
|6|| R2C2||Network||0.5||0.09||No||- |
| || 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.|
|7|| R2C2-cAMP||Network||0||0.09||No||- |
| || CoInit was .0624 |
|8|| R2C2-cAMP2||Network||0||0.09||No||- |
|9|| R2C2-cAMP3||Network||0||0.09||No||- |
|10|| R2C2-cAMP4||Network||0||0.09||No||- |
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