Characteristics of Irreversible ATP Activation Suggest that Native Skeletal Ryanodine Receptors Can Be Phosphorylated via an Endogenous CaMKII
Phosphorylation of skeletal muscle ryanodine receptor (RyR) calcium release channels by endogenous kinases incorporated into lipid bilayers with native sarcoplasmic reticulum vesicles was investigated during exposure to 2 mM cytoplasmic ATP. Activation of RyRs after 1-min exposure to ATP was reversible upon ATP washout. In contrast, activation after 5 to 8 min was largely irreversible: the small fall in activity with washout was significantly less than that after brief ATP exposure. The...[Show more]
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