1.1. We have found that sarcoplasmic reticulum from rabbit muscle contains an ADPase which cleaves ADP bound to F-actin. 2.2. The interaction is not of the simple Michaelis-Menten type, the order of the reaction being larger than the first. 3.3. A possible explanation of this behaviour could be that ADPase binds to two adjacent actin monomers with a preferred orientation thus cleaving preferentially the nucleotide of one of the two monomers.

An ADPase from sarcoplasmic reticulum of rabbit muscle cleaves ADP bound to F-actin

LANZARA, Vincenzo
Primo
;
MAGRI E
Secondo
;
GRAZI E.
Ultimo
1986

Abstract

1.1. We have found that sarcoplasmic reticulum from rabbit muscle contains an ADPase which cleaves ADP bound to F-actin. 2.2. The interaction is not of the simple Michaelis-Menten type, the order of the reaction being larger than the first. 3.3. A possible explanation of this behaviour could be that ADPase binds to two adjacent actin monomers with a preferred orientation thus cleaving preferentially the nucleotide of one of the two monomers.
Lanzara, Vincenzo; Magri, E; Grazi, E.
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