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Default mitochondria isolation

Dear all i am muthu working in mitochondrial lipids for that i want to isolate the mitochondria , yeast as my model system , to prepare the spheroplast i have to add the enzymes like lyticase or zymolase these two cost are too high, i cannot purchase , so anybody can suggest alternative way to prepare the spheroplast

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