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In principle yes, because almost all reactions exist in an equilibrium and enzymes are catalysts (meaning they affect mainly the activation energy for a specific reaction). The best approach is to purify the enzymes in question (probably not even from their original species, but from another transgenic bacterium), since this reduces your total systems from ...


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