Murine brain possesses an anionic form of arylsulfatase B which accounts for approximately 12–16% of nonmicrosomal arylsulfatase activity. This isozyme is antigenically similar to cationic arylsulfatase B, displays a similar developmental profile, and can be converted to a form resembling the cationic species by prior treatment with neuraminidase.
Prior Treatment Anionic Form Cationic Species Arylsulfatase Developmental Profile
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