Protein kinases A and C stimulate the Na+ active transport in frog skeletal muscle without an appreciable change in the number of sarcolemmal Na+ pumps.
- Published Article
Acta physiologica Scandinavica
- Publication Date
Dec 01, 2005
It is concluded that in frog skeletal muscle fibres, (1) activation of both PKA and PKC stimulate the Na+ pump by increasing its rate of ionic translocation; and (2) two modes of Na+ active transport (with and without an increase in the number of pumps) are operative, and can be at work simultaneously, a phenomenon to be reckoned with.
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