Cobalt-dependent protein phosphatases from human cord blood erythrocytes. I. Submolecular structure and regulation of activity of E3 casein phosphatase.

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We have identified three phosphoprotein phosphatases in the cytosol of human cord blood erythrocytes by sequential anion-exchange chromatography and gel filtration. The most abundant was E3 protein phosphatase. After rechromatography on a column of Ultrogel AcA-44 the enzyme had a molecular weight of 95,000 daltons. According to the data obtained by SDS… (More)

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@article{Japundi1988CobaltdependentPP, title={Cobalt-dependent protein phosphatases from human cord blood erythrocytes. I. Submolecular structure and regulation of activity of E3 casein phosphatase.}, author={Iva Japund{\vz}i{\'c} and Elena Levi and Milos Japundzic}, journal={Enzyme}, year={1988}, volume={39 3}, pages={134-43} }