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Where does ATP rank on a scale of phosphate transfer
potential? What is the significance of this location?

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Where does ATP rank on a scale of phosphate transfer potential? What is the significance of this lo..

Answer / jibankumar sorokhaibam

In the middle(intermediate). And b'cos of this it can act
as a connnecting link between the high energy compounds and
low energy ones.

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Where does ATP rank on a scale of phosphate transfer potential? What is the significance of this lo..

Answer / rishu

Glycerol kinase is a large protein comprised of about 500
aa. Xray crystallography of the protein shows us that there
is a deep groove in the protein where glycerol and ATP
attach. Because the enzyme holds the ATP and the gycerol in
place the phosphate can be directly transferred from ATP to
glcerol.

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Where does ATP rank on a scale of phosphate transfer potential? What is the significance of this lo..

Answer / chaitanya

actually i never thought about it . I am very sorry ,you try
for another person sorry to disappoint u.

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