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Their is a very strange problem that is troubling me. their was a plant sample variety which had a secondary metabolite amount near about 4 microgram determined by hplc and the protein content for that plant sample after Tris buffer extraction came out to be around 6mg/ml now a different variety of the same plant comes out to have a secondary metabolite concentration of around 26microgram but the protein content is lowered it comes out to be around 2 mg... what could be the reason for it? i thought that the metabolite concentration should have been directly linked to the amount of proteins involved in its biosynthetic pathway
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