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35 suggesting that trypsin at a concentration of 10µ g/mL has no effect on CPT-I activity. Their data is presented as percent activity as a function of exposure time to trypsin with no indication of the specific activity of the enzyme before Topology of Hepatic Mitochondrial Carnitine Palmitoyltransferase I 35 36 K. Kashfi and G. A. Cook trypsin treatment. In our studies presented in Fig. 4, it is interesting to note that if the isolation medium was changed from 250mM sucrose to 150mM KC1, then loss of CPTI activity as a function of exposure time to trypsin was much faster and also greater.
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