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Molecule List for pathway PLCbeta (Pathway Number 315) in Accession Ajay_Bhalla_2004_PKM_Tuning (Accession Number 76)
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|Buffered||Sum Total Of|
|1|| Inositol||Network||0||1.5||Yes||- |
|2|| PC||Network||0||2.5E-6||Yes||- |
| || Phosphatidylcholine is the main (around 55%) metabolic product of DAG, follwed by PE (around 25%). Ref is Welsh and Cabot, JCB35:231-245(1987) |
|3|| PLC||Network||0.8||1.5||No||- |
| || Total PLC = 0.8 uM see Ryu et al JBC 262 (26) pp 12511 1987 |
|4|| PLC-Ca||Network||0||1.5||No||- |
|5|| PLC-Ca-Gq||Network||0||1.5||No||- |
| || This should really be labelled PLC-G*GTP-Ca. This is the activated form of the enzyme. Mahama and Linderman assume that the IP3 precursors are not rate-limiting, but I will include those for completeness as they may be needed later. |
|6|| PLC-Gq||Network||0||1.5||No||- |
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