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Incorporation of s35-methionine in the proteins of the mitochondria of developing and parthenogenetically activated sea urchin eggs


Incorporation of s35-methionine in the proteins of the mitochondria of developing and parthenogenetically activated sea urchin eggs



Acta Embryol Morph Exptl 2(1): 58-65



During early cleavage of Paracentrotus lividus S35-methionine taken up by mitochondria is incorporated into low molecular-weight compounds. From late cleavage on increasing amounts of the isotope are found incorporated in protein molecules of mitochondria (up to 60% of the total activity found in the gastrula and pluteus stages). Control experiments have shown that microsomal contamination of mitochondrial fractions cannot significantly influence these re suits.

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