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Reference: Kettner C, et al. (2003) Inhibition of the yeast V-type ATPase by cytosolic ADP. FEBS Lett 535(1-3):119-24

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The activity of the vacuolar H(+)-ATPase has been characterized in isolated vacuoles of the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae by means of the patch-clamp technique. With cytosolic calcium at virtually zero (<10(-9) M), Mg-ATP induced a transient, bafilomycin A(1)-sensitive current corresponding to the flow of positive charges from the cytoplasmic surface to the vacuolar lumen. The Mg-ATP-dependent current reached its maximum amplitude (30+/-8 mA m(-2) with 5 mM Mg-ATP, n=34) within 15-20 s and declined slowly over a period of about 15-20 min even in the continuous presence of Mg-ATP. This decline of pumping activity was independent of the cytosolic KCl concentration, suggesting an inhibitory mechanism different from the high salt-induced dissociation of V(0) and V(1) reported for the V-ATPase of plants and fungi. Cytosolic ADP was found to modulate the pump activity since Mg-ATP-induced pump current was smaller if monitored in the presence of 5 mM ADP and addition of 5 mM ADP in the presence of 5 mM Mg-ATP reduced the pump current by more than 50%. Furthermore, reduction of the cytosolic ADP concentration by the ATP-regenerating system creatine phosphate/creatine kinase partially relieved the endogenous inhibition of the V-ATPase, confirming that interaction of cytosolic ADP with the V-ATPase is the reason for the transient nature of the pump current in yeast vacuoles.

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Kettner C, Obermeyer G, Bertl A
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