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I have a lil question. I make a mix ture of protein, DNA, RNA, proteinases, DNAses and RNases and incubate them at 30 degrees after half an hour wat will remain the most in the mixture?? I think i know the ans still i wud appreciate replies.
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Re: Mol mixture
My feeling (actually I know cause I have done it), is that there will be nothing but the DNAses, the RNases, and the proteases.
Even the proteases eventually will digest the enzymes leaving little much nothing
DNA, RNA and proteins are digested in minutes with even low Units of Enzymes
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Re: Mol mixture
The polymers may be converted to monomers Prots--> aa, DNA -->nucleotides, RNA--->nuclecleotides. But unless there are other metabolic enzymes or presence of microbes which can metabolize the monomers, monomers will remain and may interact with each other!
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