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