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  • The myosin-bound form of protein phosphatase 1 (PP-1M) and the glycogen-bound form (PP-1G) together account for virtually all the phosphatase activity in rabbit skeletal muscle extracts towards native myosin [1].
  • PP-1M accounts for 90% of the myosin phosphatase activity in bovine cardiac muscle, where PP-1G is essentially absent [1].
  • The high activity of PP-1M towards native myosin appears to arise from interaction of the catalytic subunit with the putative myosin-binding subunit, since chymotryptic digestion liberates a catalytic subunit having the same characteristics as that released by limited proteolysis of PP-1G [1].

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