myokinase


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a·den·y·late ki·nase

adenylic acid kinase; a phosphotransferase that catalyzes the reversible phosphorylation of a molecule of ADP by MgADP, yielding MgATP and AMP.

myokinase

/myo·ki·nase/ (mi″o-ki´nās) adenylate kinase; an enzyme of muscle that catalyzes the phosphorylation of ADP to molecules of ATP and AMP.

myokinase

Adenylate Kinase

A phosphotransferase that catalyses the reaction ATP + AMP = 2 ADP in red cells and muscle and plays a critical role in intracellular energy homeostasis.
Human genes encoding adenylate kinases AK1, AK2, AK3, AK5, AK3L1, CMPK1, CMPK2.

myokinase

see adenylate kinase.
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5]-di(adenosine-5[prime]) pentaphosphate is added to the solutions to inhibit myokinase activity (7), and thapsigargin is added to inhibit ATP utilization by SR-[Ca.