ATPase


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ATPase

[‚ā‚tē′pē‚ās]
(biochemistry)
An enzyme that hydrolyzes adenosine triphosphate into adenosine diphosphate and phosphate.
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The effects of the guanidine alkaloids on the ATPase activities of plasma membrane fractions prepared from the cells were measured according to the following procedure with plasma membrane fractions prepared from ABCB1-expressing Sf9 cells (Sakurai et al.
Demonstration and partial characterization of glutathione disulfide-stimulated ATPase activity in the plasma membrane fraction from rat hepatocytes.
All the membrane bound ATPases were also found to be elevated in the drug treated groups (Table 3).
The enzyme also exhibited ATPase activity in the absence of urea.
After 300 s, 5 [micro]L of 10 mmol/L ouabain (Reagent 2) was added to inhibit the ouabain-sensitive ATPase activity.
ATPase might have the same biochemical structure and function of digoxin, and, in particular, that this substance cross-reacts with antidigoxin antibody, there is no conclusive evidence that the substances that cross-react with antidigoxin antibody are inhibitors of [Na.
To assess whether 2 interacts directly with the multidrug transporter (Pgp), we determined its effect on the ATPase activity of Pgp.
ATPase activity was measured according to the method reported by koch [10] with slight modification by Morshedy [15].
The acidic pH that mediates these important viral process is established and maintained by the cell's vacuolar-type H+ ATPase (V-ATPase) proton pump.
We investigated whether cells with normal plasma membrane ATPase activity maintain the constant internal pH when compared with cells with low activity.
It competes with ATP in binding to the N-terminal portion of HSP90 and inactivates the ATPase activity of the chaperone.
com)-- Plebiotic SL (Madrid, Spain) and Pharmacellion Ltd (Wirral, UK) have completed a research project on the modelling, structural analysis and molecular dynamics of several Pharmacellion compounds designed to inhibit target protein Na K ATPase, a novel cancer target.

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