Copurification of L-ascorbate-2-sulfate sulfohydrolase and arylsulfatase activities from the liver of a marine gastropod, Charonia lampas.

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Ascorbate-2-sulfate sulfohydrolase was purified 184-fold from a crude extract of the liver of Charonia lampas. In all purification steps including phosphocellulose, first and second Sephadex G-150 column chromatographies, the enzyme activity eluted together with arylsulfatase [ED 3.1.6.1] activity, and was separated from glycosulfatase ]EC 3.1.6.3… (More)

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@article{Hatanaka1975CopurificationOL, title={Copurification of L-ascorbate-2-sulfate sulfohydrolase and arylsulfatase activities from the liver of a marine gastropod, Charonia lampas.}, author={Hiroshi Hatanaka and Yasuhiro Ogawa and Fujio Egami}, journal={Journal of biochemistry}, year={1975}, volume={77 2}, pages={353-9} }