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Mycoides var. mycoides isolated by digitonin in the presence of Mg2+, conditions minimizing release of loosely associated membrane proteins (Z. Ne’eman, unpublished data) argues against its being loosely bound to the membranes of the sterol- 32 SHMUEL RAZIN TABLE 4. Enzyrnc Activities Localized in Membranes from ilclkoleplasma laidlatuuii Enzyme activity Adenosine triphosphatase Para-Nitrophenyl phosphatase ii’-Nucleotidasc Ribonnclease Deoxyribonueleasc NADH, oxidase P-Clucosidase Phosphoglucolipid syrithetesc Aminoacylphosphatidylglyoerol syrithctasc synthetases Mono- and di~lucosyldi~lyceride Lysophospholipase Peptidase Reference Pollack et al.
These are the proteins held to the membrane mainly by ionic bonds which are broken by changes in the ionic strength or the pH value of the suspending medium, solubilization usually being improved by the addition of a chelating agent such as EDTA (Razin, 1972b). Upon prolonged treatment of membranes of A . , 1971), but no ATPase, p-nitrophenyl phosphatase and NADH, oxidase activities and none of the important protein antigens of the membrane were present. This gentle procedure may, however, prove more successful in releasing enzymically active proteins from membranes of other mycoplasmas.
TRANSFER-RNA Contrary to Kirk and Morowitz’s earlier contention (1969) that the soluble transfer-RNA (tRNA) of M . gallisepticum is much smaller than that of E . coli ( 2 . 0 S), Hayashi et al. (1969)found that the two tRNAs cosediment. 0 S was also found for the tRNA of A . laidlawii, Mycoplasma sp. , 1969) and M . hominis (Johnson and Horowitz, 1971). The low molecular weight RNA found by Kirk and Morowitz (1969) probably was an artifact produced during isolation by the potent mycoplasma ribonuclease (see Johnson and Horowitz, 1971).