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Cs+
absolute requirement for both monovalent and divalent cations, when Mg2+ fills the requirement for divalent cation, K+ and Rb+ are the most active monovalent cations, NH4+, Na+, Cs+ and Li+ are decreasingly active
Cs+
activates
CsCl
the enzyme is maximally active in the presence of 1.2 M KCl. Activity in the presence of RbCl and CsCl is similar to that observed in the presence of KCl
K+
absolute requirement for both monovalent and divalent cations, when Mg2+ fills the requirement for divalent cation, K+ and Rb+ are the most active monovalent cations; NH4+, Na+, Cs+ and Li+ are decreasingly active
K+
KCl activates; potassium acetate
K+
Km: 15 mM
KCl
the enzyme is maximally active in the presence of 1.2 M KCl. Activity in the presence of RbCl and CsCl is similar to that observed in the presence of KCl
Li+
absolute requirement for both monovalent and divalent cations, when Mg2+ fills the requirement for divalent cation, K+ and Rb+ are the most active monovalent cations, NH4+, Na+, Cs+ and Li+ are decreasingly active
Mg2+
absolute requirement for both monovalent and divalent cations, for optimal activity the concentration of Mg2+ must equal or exceed the concentration of ATP
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