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A portion of cellular PP2A stably associated with PME-1 and was catalytically inactive [80]; intriguingly, this inactive portion of PP2A could be re-activated by PP2A phosphatase activator (PTPA), but not by LCMT1, ruling out the possibility that inactivation was solely caused by demethylation

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