CELL BIO 50020 – Molecular motors are ATPases that use energy of hydrolysis

| March 14, 2016

Question
Molecular motors are ATPases that use energy of hydrolysis of ATP to generate a motive (movement) force. Hydrolysis of ATP results in the production of ADP and inorganic phosphate, the latter of which can be detected by chromogenic methods. How would you determine which fraction(s) obtained from both of the columns shown above contain(s) the molecular motor?

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