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AppppppA     [(2R,3S,4R,5R)-5-(6- aminopurin-9-yl)-3,4...

Synonyms: Ap6A, CHEBI:63689, HMDB01282, KST-1A6247, LS-15142, ...
 
 
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Disease relevance of Diadenosine hexaphosphate

 

High impact information on Diadenosine hexaphosphate

 

Biological context of Diadenosine hexaphosphate

 

Anatomical context of Diadenosine hexaphosphate

 

Gene context of Diadenosine hexaphosphate

  • More distal to the Nudt motif, H91L and F84Y mutations substantially decreased the rate of Ap(6)A and (PP)(2)-InsP(4) metabolism (by 71 and 96%), yet PP-InsP(5) hydrolysis was only mildly reduced (by 30%); these results indicate substrate-specific roles for His(91) and Phe(84) [4].
  • Disruption of aps1 resulted in a 52% decrease in Ap(6)A hydrolase activity in vitro, no detectable change in the intracellular Ap(5)A concentration, and 3-fold increased intracellular concentrations of PP-Ins P(5) and [PP](x)-InsP(x) [12].
 

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Diadenosine hexaphosphate

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