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1. Freshly prepared microsomal fractions of the outermost cortex of guinea pig kidney show an Mg-2+-dependent ATPase activity which is partially inhibited by 100 mM NaCl, LiCl, KCl, RbCl, CsCl, NH4Cl or choline chloride. 2. If the microsomal preparation is aged by storage at 4 degrees C for 10-15 days, the Mg-2+-dependent activity shows stimulation by Na-+ and Li-+ but not by K-+, Rb-+, Cs-+, NH4-+ or choline. 3. Stimulation is similar with sodium salts of Cl-minus, HCO3-minus, CH3COO-minus, BR-minus, SO4-2-minus or methylsulphonate. 4. Stimulation is insensitive to 1 mM and 10 mM ouabain. 5. Stimulation is unaltered by the presence of 0.5 mM ethyleneglycol-bis-(beta-aminoethyl ether)N,N'-tetracetic acid. 6. Stimulation is 100% inhibited by 2 mM ethacrynic acid, a concentration which inhibits only 30% of the Mg-2+-dependent ATPase and 50% of the (Na-++K-+)-stimulated ATPase. 7. Some of these characteristics coincide with those of an ouabain-resistant, K-+-independent, ethacrynic acid-sensitive mode of Na-+ extrusion out of guinea pig kidney cortex cells.


F Proverbio, M Condrescu-Guidi, G Whittembury. Ouabain-insensitive Na+ stimulation of an Mg-2+ -dependent ATPase in kidney tissue. Biochimica et biophysica acta. 1975 Jun 25;394(2):281-92

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PMID: 124600

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