description
The P-type ATPases (E1-E2 ATPases) are a large group of evolutionarily related ion pumps that are found in bacteria, archaea and eukaryotes. They are referred to as P-type ATPases because they catalyze auto-phosphorylation of a key conserved aspartate residue within the pump. They all appear to interconvert between at least two different conformations, E1 and E2. Most members of this transporter family pump a large variety of cations (Kuhlbrandt W, 2004)

external resources
NCBI:1269951
REACTOME:R-HSA-936837
PUBMED:15071553

genes
ATP1A1 , ATP1A2 , ATP1A3 , ATP12A , ATP1A4 , ATP1B1 , ATP1B2 , ATP1B3 , FXYD2 , ATP2A1 , ATP2A2 , ATP2A3 , ATP2B1 , ATP2B2 , ATP2B3 , ATP2B4 , ATP4A , ATP4B , ATP7A , ATP7B , CALM1 , CALM2 , CALM3 , CAMK2A , CAMK2B , CAMK2D , CAMK2G , ATP8B1 , FXYD1 , FXYD3 , PLN , SLN , SRI , ATP2C2 , ATP9A , ATP8A1 , ATP10B , ATP11B , ATP11A , ATP13A2 , ATP2C1 , CUTC , PDZD11 , ATP8A2 , FXYD7 , FXYD6 , FXYD4 , ATP13A1 , ATP10A , ATP8B2 , ATP10D , ATP8B4 , ATP13A4 , ATP8B3 , ATP11C , ATP13A5 , ATP9B ,