E1E2-ATPase
A class of plasma membrane-localized ion-motive pumps that includes sodium-potassium ATPase. The phosphoenzyme has two conformational states, E1 and E2, and ion exchange is inhibited by oligomycin, orthovanadate and ouabain.

Dictionary of molecular biology. 2004.

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