Adk

ADK may refer to:

  • ADK (automobile), a Belgian automobile manufactured between 1923 and 1930
  • ADK (company) or Alpha Denshi, a video game development company in Japan
  • Adenylate kinase, a phosphotransferase enzyme that plays an important role in cellular energy homeostasis
  • Adirondack Mountain Club, a nonprofit organization in New York, New Jersey and Massachusetts
  • Aggressors of Dark Kombat, an arcade game released by SNK and developed by Alpha Denshi Corp
  • Android Open Accessory Development Kit
  • Asatsu DK, a Japanese advertising firm
  • NZR ADK class
  • Adak Airport's IATA Code
  • Ardwick railway station's National Rail code
  • ADK, a model for tunnel ionization
  • Adk, a village in Razavi Khorasan Province, Iran

Other articles related to "adk":

Adenosine Kinase - Biochemical Properties
... AdK is a monomeric protein (~ 38-40 kDa), which works via an ordered Bi-Bi reaction mechanism ... The structures of AdK and several other PfK family of proteins have been determined from a number of organisms (see section below) as well as that for RK protein from E ... Despite low sequence similarity between AdK and other PfkB family of proteins, these proteins are quite similar at structural levels ...
Adenosine Kinase - Studies With Mutant Mammalian Cells
... mainly Chinese hamster ovary (CHO) cells, many kinds of mutants that are affected in AdK and show interesting differences in their genetic and biochemical properties have been isolated One kind of ... affected in the expression of either the expressions of the two AdK isoforms have also been isolated ...
Adenosine Kinase - Characteristics of The AdK Gene and Its Isoforms
... The AdK gene in humans is located on chromosome 10 in the 10q11-10q24 region ... In contrast to its coding sequence (about 1 Kb), the AdK gene in mammalian species is unusually large (~546 Kb in humans) and it consists of 11 ... The ratio of the non-coding to coding sequence for human ADK (>550) is the highest known for any gene ...
Adenosine Kinase
... The enzyme adenosine kinase (AdK EC 2.7.1.20) catalyzes the transfer of gamma-phosphate from Adenosine triphosphate (ATP) to adenosine (Ado) leading to formation of Adenosine monophosphate (AMP) ... In addition to its well-studied role in controlling the cellular concentration of Ado, AdK also plays an important role in the maintenance of methylation reactions ... end products (Ado removed by phosphorylation by AdK) can result in buildup of SAH, which is a potent inhibitor of all transmethylation reactions ...