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Conformational change of sodium- and potassium-dependent adenosine triphosphatase. Conformational evidence for the Post-Albers mechanism in Na+- and K+-dependent hydrolysis of ATP.

The Journal of biological chemistry (1984-12-25)
K Taniguchi, K Suzuki, D Kai, I Matsuoka, K Tomita, S Iida
ABSTRACT

The addition of ATP with K+ to pig kidney Na+,K+-ATPase (EC 3.6.1.3) modified with a sulfhydryl fluorescent reagent N-[p-(2-benzimidazolyl)phenyl]maleimide induced a transient decrease (t 1/2 = 0.01 s) in the fluorescence in the presence of Mg2+ with 0.64 M Na+, followed by a slow increase (t 1/2 = 0.08 s), to give a higher steady level than that observed without K+. The addition induced a transient increase (t 1/2 less than 0.02 s) in the amount of phosphoenzyme, followed by a slow decrease (t 1/2 = 0.08 s), but the addition without K+ induced a monophasic increase (t 1/2 = 0.02 s). The addition of ATP in the presence of 2 M Na+ with Ca2+ induced a monophasic decrease (t 1/2 = 0.1 s) in the fluorescence along with a much slower increase (t 1/2 = 1.2 s) in the amount of phosphoenzyme. No significant burst of acid-labile phosphate was observed. The data showed clearly the accumulation of the enzyme-ATP complex preceding the phosphoenzyme formation. Fluorescence intensity of these enzyme species and the amount of phosphoenzyme permitted the simulation using the reaction mechanism including enzyme-ATP complex, ADP-sensitive phosphoenzyme, K+-sensitive phosphoenzyme, and K+-bound enzyme. The simulation gave a good fit to the experimental data which showed that ATP is hydrolyzed in sequence through the above intermediates in the presence of both Na+ and K+.