Modeling ATP hydrolysis.
Model number: 0407
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ATP Hydrolysis (EC 220.127.116.11): [ATP] + [H2O] <-> [ADP] + [Pi] + [H+] The hydrolysis of ATP within the cytosol in the presence of ATPase, acts as the primary source of ATP degredation in the cell. ATP hydrolysis provides energy for actomyosin contraction. Model generated from The Biochemical Simulation Environment (BISEN).
Figure 1: Progress curves the substrates and magnesium.
Figure 2: pH of the reaction as a function of time.
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- J. Vanlier, F. Wu, F. Qi, K. C. Vinnakota, Y. Han, R. K. Dash, F. Yang, D. A. Beard; BISEN: Biochemical Simulation Environment, Bioinformatics, Volume 25, Issue 6, 15 March 2009, Pages 836–837, https://doi.org/10.1093/bioinformatics/btp069
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TCA, ATP, ADP ,ATPase, enzyme, BISEN, Cardiac grid, proton, inorganic phosphate, hydrolysis, magnesium, potassium, Gibbs free energy, thermodynamics, Matlab
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