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The potential importance of AMP, Pi and ATP in the control of glycogenolysis can be seen by inspection of Fig. 8 which shows that the steady state concentrations of these compounds are a function of eight reactions. Muscle contraction (reaction 1) tends to decrease ATP and increase Pj, 48 ATP _AOP+ Pi creatine-P + AOP ~ 2AOP.. glycogen G3P + NAO + Pi + Pi. creatine + ATP .. AMP + ATP glycogen n_1+ G1 P .. 8 Reactions detennining the levels of ATP, AMP and Pi in muscle. Enzymes: 1-actomyosin ATPase; 2-crel\tine kinase; 3-adenylate kinase; 4-phosphorylase; 5 -glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate (G3P) dehydrogenase; 6-AMP deaminase; 7 -adenylosuccinate synthetase; 8-adenylosuccinase.
However, it has not yet been demonstrated that increased phosphorylation of site 2 occurs in vivo during contraction. 4). 2 Inhibition ofglycogen synthesis byadrenalin  The phosphate content of glycogen synthase increases from slightly below 3 mol per subunit in the absence of adrenalin to slightly above 5 mol per subunit, in the presence of maximally effective doses of this hormone. 2 mol per subunit. Inhibition of glycogen synthase by adrenalin is therefore largely the result of increased phosphorylation at sites (3a + 3b + 3c), with a smaller contribution from sites 2 and la.
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