Activation of Phospholipase C beta1 by G(q)alpha:GTP

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Reaction [binding]
Mus musculus
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Activation of Phospholipase C beta1 by G(q)alpha:GTP

The G(q)alpha subunit bound to GTP interacts with Phospholipase C beta1 and activates its lipase activity. Analysis by Forster resonance energy transfer indicates that the G(q)alpha and PLC beta1 may remain in close proximity throughout the activation cycle.

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Biochemistry 1999
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