1. The basic glutathione S-transferases from rainbow-trout liver were more stable than the acidic ones. 2. The apparent pI values of these enzymes were lowered when they were eluted from a glutathione affinity column by reduced glutathione at pH 8.85. 3. The pI effect was not a function of the high pH alone, was diminished under conditions less favourable to glutathione oxidation, and did not occur when S-hexylglutathione affinity chromatography was used instead.

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