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In molecular biology, chaperones are proteins that assist the non-covalent folding disassembly of other macromolecular structures, but do not occur in these structures when the latter are performing their normal biological...
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Chaperone ( protein), a protein that assists the non-covalent folding/unfolding ... chaperone, a small molecule which stabilizes the correct folding of a protein ...
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The major chaperone classes are 40-kDa heat shock protein (HSP40; the DnaJ ... Fig. 1. General outline of chaperone-mediated protein folding in a cell. ...
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... one of the body's many "chaperone" proteins, which promote the proper folding ... heat, cold and all sorts of stresses can elicit these chaperone proteins, the ...
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Definition of chaperone at Dictionary.com with free online dictionary, ... chaperone protein. the drowsy chaper... verizon wireless ... the drowsy chaper...
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Yeast chaperone protein and mad cow disease. Article highlights or off-site fulltexts 1, 2 ... Chaperone-supervised conversion of prion protein to its protease ...
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The first protein to be called a chaperone assists the assembly of nucleosomes ... 2 Human chaperone proteins. 2.1 In endoplasmic reticulum ...
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... cell to survive such stress is the production of "molecular chaperone" proteins. ... amplify molecular chaperone proteins specifically in diseased ...
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Intrinsically Disordered Proteins Display No Preference for Chaperone Binding In ... predicted disorder correlates with the tendency of chaperone binding by proteins. ...
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Chaperone Proteins, a Brief Overview. Manipulating HSP Levels—Chaperone Proteins as ... Chaperone proteins are most notable for the proteo- and cyotoprotective ...
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Chaperone proteins are most notable for the proteo- and ... brain tumors for chaperone proteins are similar to those ... tions of chaperone proteins, on what ...
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Muscles Need Chaperone' Proteins, But More Not Always Better ... Dysregulation of this chaperone protein may underlie the type of wasting seen in ...
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The European ... Proteins are produced in the cytoplasm as precursors, and ... of the bacterial protein export chaperone secB. Nat. Struct. Biol. ...
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Proper formation of the proteins that power heart and skeletal muscle seems to rely on a precise concentration of a "chaperone" protein known as UNC-45, according to ...
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Individual chaperone proteins were differentially effective in their abilities ... Purification of Tumor-derived Chaperone Proteins. ...
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Chaperone Proteins Hsp70 and BiP Fold and Traffic Islet Amyloid Polypeptide in ... common polymorphisms in these chaperone proteins on IAPP folding and trafficking ...
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