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Oligomerization of the Na,K-ATPase in cell membranes

The Journal of Biological Chemistry

Jun 23, 2004

Melissa D LaugheryJack H Kaplan

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The higher order oligomeric state of the Na,K-ATPase alphabeta heterodimer in cell membranes is the subject of controversy. We have utilized the baculovirus-infected insect cell system to express Na,K-ATPase with alpha-subunits bearing either His(6) or FLAG epitopes at the carboxyl term...read more

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Oligomerization of the Na,K-ATPase in cell membranes

The Journal of Biological Chemistry

Jun 23, 2004

Melissa D LaugheryJack H Kaplan

PMID: 15208327

DOI: 10.1074/jbc.m402778200

Abstract

The higher order oligomeric state of the Na,K-ATPase alphabeta heterodimer in cell membranes is the subject of controversy. We have utilized the baculovirus-infected insect cell system to express Na,K-ATPase with alpha-subunits bearing either His(6) or FLAG epitopes at the carboxyl term...read more

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Oryctes Viruses
Precipitin Tests
Adenosine Triphosphatases
Protoplasm
Antigenic Specificity
Tertiary Protein Structure
Gene Deletion Abnormality
Gene Deletion
Plasma Protein Binding Capacity
Western Blot

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