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Chloroplast phosphoribulokinase associates with yeast phosphoriboisomerase in the presence of substrate.

Pea chloroplastic phosphoribulokinase and yeast phosphoriboisomerase partition independently of one another in a two-phase polyethyleneglycol, dextran system, but apparent interaction is seen when ribose-5-phosphate is added to the two-phase system. It appears that the pea leaf kinase recognizes yeast isomerase when it is carrying metabolite.[1]


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