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||(Primary source) First PPi is precipitated as manganous salt. Further purification is achieved in two chromatographic runs performed in the opposite directions on the same sheet of paper. The first solvent system consists of ethyl methyl ketone-methanol-water-36% HCl (20:40:10:1, by vol) and the second of ethyl methyl ketone-methanol-water-trichloroacetic acid-25% NH4-EDTA (40 ml: 10 ml: 15 ml: 5 g: 0.8 ml: 50 mg). Each run takes only about 40 min of time.
||Using this procedure the intracellular concentration of PPi in the exponential phase cells of Escherichia coli growing aerobically in minimal medium at 37°C was determined to be about 1.3 mM or 5.5 nmoles/mg of dry weight. See BNID 106780