ATP-ase

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[[Enzyme|Enzyme]] which catalyses the hydrolsis of ATP, to ADP and an inorganic phosphate<ref>Alberts,Molecular Biology of the cell 5th edition,page 80F</ref>&nbsp; A example of a ATP-ase is the Ca<sup>2+</sup> pump, this is a P type transport ATPase which is located in the SR of [[Skeletal Muscle Cell|skeletal muscle cells]].<ref>Alberts,Molecular Biology of the cell 5th edition 2008,page 660</ref>  
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[[Enzyme|Enzyme]] which catalyses the hydrolsis of ATP, to ADP and an inorganic phosphate<ref>Alberts,Molecular Biology of the cell 5th edition,page 80F</ref>&nbsp; A example of a ATP-ase is the Ca<sup>2+</sup> pump, this is a P type transport ATPase which is located in the SR of [[Skeletal Muscle Cell|skeletal muscle cells]]<ref>Alberts,Molecular Biology of the cell 5th edition 2008,page 660</ref>.
  
 
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Enzyme which catalyses the hydrolsis of ATP, to ADP and an inorganic phosphate[1]  A example of a ATP-ase is the Ca2+ pump, this is a P type transport ATPase which is located in the SR of skeletal muscle cells[2].

References

  1. Alberts,Molecular Biology of the cell 5th edition,page 80F
  2. Alberts,Molecular Biology of the cell 5th edition 2008,page 660


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