GTPase activity and palmitoylation?

Ronald Walenga rxw13 at po.cwru.edu
Fri Jul 29 10:30:11 EST 1994


In article <3195grINN1fuu at sat.ipp-garching.mpg.de> krasel at alf.biochem.mpg.de (Cornelius Krasel) writes:
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See Wedergaeartner et al J.Biol Chem 1993 268:25001

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>Hi netters,

>does anybody have any idea if depalmitoylation of the alpha subunit would
>affect the GTPase activity of heterotrimeric G proteins? Maybe I am missing
>something? (Cannot recall if G proteins expressed in E. coli have reduced
>GTPase activity :-( )

>--Cornelius.

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