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The tube is evacuated, filled with 02-free N 2 , and re-evacuated. The whole tube is immersed in the water bath at 37°, and after 2 min, the contents are mixed. The time from the moment of mixing to a complete decoloration of méthylène blue is measured with a stop-watch. When the decoloration time is between 10 sec and 60 sec, the time is nearly proportional to the amount of the enzyme used. This measurement is effective only when no reduction of méthylène blue occurs in the absence of lactate.
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