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Molecular distance measurements reveal an (alpha beta)2 dimeric structure of Na+/K+-ATPase. High affinity ATP binding site and K+-activated phosphatase reside on different alpha-subunits.

  • Authors: Linnertz H, Urbanova P, Obsil T, Herman P, Amler E, Schoner W
  • Journal: J Biol Chem (1998) 273:28813-28821
  • PubMed ID: 9786881
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The active site structure of Na+- and K+-stimulated ATPase. Location of a specific fluorescein isothiocyanate reactive site.

  • Authors: Carilli CT, Farley RA, Perlman DM, Cantley LC
  • Journal: J Biol Chem (1982) 257:5601-5606
  • PubMed ID: 6279607
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Mechanisms of inhibition of (Na,K)-ATPase by hydrostatic pressure studied with fluorescent probes.

  • Authors: Chong PL, Fortes PA, Jameson DM
  • Journal: J Biol Chem (1985) 260:14484-14490
  • PubMed ID: 2997210
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  • A1322(Discontinued)
  • D202(Discontinued)
  • A36

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Spatial relationship and conformational changes between the cardiac glycoside site and beta-subunit oligosaccharides in sodium plus potassium activated adenosinetriphosphatase.

  • Authors: Lee JA, Fortes PA
  • Journal: Biochemistry (1986) 25:8133-8141
  • PubMed ID: 3028471
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Na,K-ATPase from placenta of women with pregnancy-induced hypertension exhibits an increased affinity for cardiac glycosides.

  • Authors: Amler E, Cester N, Magnanelli R, Mazzanti L, Kotyk A, Romanini C
  • Journal: Physiol Res (1994) 43:33-36
  • PubMed ID: 8054335
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  • A1322(Discontinued)

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Human hypertensive placenta contains an increased amount of Na,K-ATPase with higher affinity for cardiac glycosides.

  • Authors: Amler E, Cester N, Salvolini E, Staffolani R, Burkhard M, Mazzanti L, Kotyk A, Romanini C
  • Journal: Cell Biol Int (1994) 18:723-727
  • PubMed ID: 7920379
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  • A1322(Discontinued)