cAMP Induces dissociation of active protein kinase A subunits from the PKA:Akap150:Iqgap1 complex

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R-RNO-446974
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Reaction [binding]
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Rattus norvegicus
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cAMP Induces dissociation of active protein kinase A subunits from the PKA:Akap150:Iqgap1 complex

The regulatory subunits of protein kinase A bind cAMP which causes the catalytic subunits of protein kinase A to dissociate and become active. The regulatory subunits remain tethered at the plasma membrane by interaction with Akap5/Akap150 and Iqgap1.

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PubMed ID Title Journal Year
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Nauert, JB, Rigas, JD, Lester, LB

J Cell Biochem 2003
11181538 Targeted protein kinase A and PP-2B regulate insulin secretion through reversible phosphorylation

Lester, LB, Faux, MC, Nauert, JB, Scott, JD

Endocrinology 2001
19073898 Cell-permeable peptide-based disruption of endogenous PKA-AKAP complexes: a tool for studying the molecular roles of AKAP-mediated PKA subcellular anchoring

Faruque, OM, Le-Nguyen, D, Lajoix, AD, Vives, E, Petit, P, Bataille, D, Hani, el-H

Am J Physiol Cell Physiol 2009
9405718 Anchoring of protein kinase A facilitates hormone-mediated insulin secretion

Lester, LB, Langeberg, LK, Scott, JD

Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 1997
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