ATP? or GTP


Title:
ATP? or GTP
Creator:
Rodbell, Martin, 1925-1998
Date:
[ca. January 1970]
Description:
This fourth chart compares the differences between ATP and GTP in dissociating pre-bound glucagon from a liver membrane cell receptor. As one can see by the charted lines in the upper right hand corner of the page, a smaller concentration of GTP could dissociate what a much larger concentration of ATP could accomplish in the same period of time. From these experiments, Rodbell concluded that, of all the nucleotides, GTP was the most effective biological catalyst.
Location:
Box: 16. Folder: 9
Rights:
Courtesy of Fernando Ribeiro-Neto.
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Genre:
Laboratory notes
Graphs
Subject:
Adenosine Triphosphate and Guanosine Triphosphate
Format:
Text
Extent:
1 pages
Relation:
Influence of Additions on Glucagon Binding, 1969
Effect of Nucleotides, 1970
Release of Glucagon -- I-125, 1970
Language:
English
Legacy ID:
GGAAAV
NLM ID:
101584917X22
Profiles Collection:
The Martin Rodbell Papers
Story Section:
Signal Transduction and the Discovery of G-Proteins, 1969-1980