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Keywords: ATPase/GTPase
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Biochem J (2022) 479 (23): 2433–2447.
Published: 09 December 2022
... and their biochemical activities were examined. KEOPS was observed to have ATPase and GTPase activities, which are predominantly attributed to the Bud32 subunit, as catalytically dead Bud32, but not catalytically dead Kae1, largely eliminated the ATPase/GTPase activity of KEOPS. In addition, KEOPS could hydrolyze ADP...