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“…Compared with a number of other animal Ca2+-binding proteins, which have dissociation constants of the order of 1 x 10-5-1 x 10-7M (Wasserman et al, 1968;MacLennan & Wang, 1971;Benzonana et al, 1972;Hitchman & Harrison, 1972;Wolff & Siegel, 1972;Oldham et al, 1974;Hermsdorf & Bronner, 1975), the dissociation constant for protein A (1.8 x 1IOM) is comparatively high, although Ca2+_ binding proteins with dissociation constants of 1 X 104-1 X 10-3M have been described (Callissano et al, 1969;Ostwald & MacLennan, 1974). The relatively weak binding of Ca2+ to protein A must be seen in relation to the concentration of Ca2+ in saliva.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
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“…Compared with a number of other animal Ca2+-binding proteins, which have dissociation constants of the order of 1 x 10-5-1 x 10-7M (Wasserman et al, 1968;MacLennan & Wang, 1971;Benzonana et al, 1972;Hitchman & Harrison, 1972;Wolff & Siegel, 1972;Oldham et al, 1974;Hermsdorf & Bronner, 1975), the dissociation constant for protein A (1.8 x 1IOM) is comparatively high, although Ca2+_ binding proteins with dissociation constants of 1 X 104-1 X 10-3M have been described (Callissano et al, 1969;Ostwald & MacLennan, 1974). The relatively weak binding of Ca2+ to protein A must be seen in relation to the concentration of Ca2+ in saliva.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…Calmodulin binds 4 Ca2+ / molecule with dissociation constants in the range from 4-18 PM [ 181 whereas the S-100 proteins only have 2 Ca 2 + binding domains with lower dissociation constant (50-1000 PM) [21]. The binding of Ca2+ to both proteins induces a conformational change, exposing hydrophobic groups to the solvent [19,. This property may explain the interaction with the microtubule.…”
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“…By ultraviolet spectroscopy the concentration of tubulin was calculated from &78 = 1.2 mg-' .cm -' and Mr 110 000 of S-100 and calmodulin from E280=8000 [19] and 3300 [20] M-t . cm-', respectively.…”
Section: Protein Preparationmentioning
“…For example; i) Various kinds of calcium-binding proteins have been found in the brain cytoplasm (20,21), and mitochondria are known to be important in calcium metabolism in brain (22)(23)(24)(25). Thus monovalent cations may have some influence on these Ca-binding proteins and on Ca-uptake by mitochondria in synaptosomes.…”
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