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For example, it is not known if SP proteins are phosphorylated in vivo before removal but phosphorylation in vitro facilitates their removal (Katagiri and Ohsumi, 1994). In vitro, Bufo sperm chromatin loses its protamines within 1 min in egg extracts (Ohsumi and Katagiri, 1991a). , 1994). The protamine removing activity has been isolated. Oocyte cytosol (but not postneurula or adult cytosol) contains an activity which removes protamines in vitro (Ohsumi and Katagiri, 1991). It purifies as a protein running at 36 kDa on SDS gels which induces decondensation and has been identified as nucleoplasmin, a protein previously characterized as an assembly factor for histones.