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Kdp - EC50 for ATP of wt and a transport-deficient mutant

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We compared ATP-induced K+ translocation in WT Kdp and a transport deficient mutant and determined the EC50 for ATP.

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Background and Assay Description: 

We performed a single solution exchange workflow by applying ATP in presence of 300 mM KCl to measure ATP-driven K+ translocation in KdpFABC. By applying different ATP concentrations in the range between 300 μM and 3 µM we could determine the EC50. The same assay was performed using D307A Kdp, a mutant which does not catalyze K+ translocation. Here, no current signal was observed for all ATP concentrations (red traces).

Author: Nanion Technologies in collaboration with David Stokes, NYU School of Medicine
Target: KdpFABC complex
Family/Type: KdpB: p-type ATPase; KdpA: channel-like, SKT superfamily
Mode of transport: ATP-driven K+ pump
Organism: Escherichia coli
Sample: Proteoliposomes from purified protein (E.coli Polar Lipid Extract : POPC 3:1), LPR 10
Expression: Recombinant expression in Escherichia coli
Platform:   Icon N1   SURFE²R N1

 

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