1 to 2 %/hour
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||(Primary source abstract:) By treating CHEF-18 cells with increasing concentrations of dinitrophenol and 2-deoxyglucose, it was possible to reduce their steady-state ATP content by different amounts (up to 98%).
||Although many proteins are short-lived, the bulk of cell proteins
are ‘long-lived’, and 1–2% of them are degraded per hour in mammals (primary source)