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4 mg/ml bentonite, and then mixed with 30 ml of the buffer-salt solution listed above. Fifty milliliters of freshly prepared 80% phenoP 3 in the same solution is added and the mixture is shaken at 4 ° for 30 minutes. After centrifugation, 14 11Fifteen percent glycerol in the medium protects certain mammalian synthetases from inactivation d u r i n g preparative procedures, similar to that found with E. coli synthetases [K. H. Muench and P. Berg, in "Procedures in Nucleic Acid Research" (G. L. Cantoni and D.
Part C: Nucleic Acids and Protein Synthesis by Kivie Moldave, Lawrence Grossman