Publication year: 2006
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Molecular chaperones interact with virtually every newly synthesized protein. Their role is not limited to this, as an increasing number of protein-protein interactions are found to be mediated by molecular chaperones. They reside in large complexes, in every cellular compartment, and to some extent even outside cells. These proteins are of interest to a large number of scientists, not only to those interested in protein biosynthesis, but also in relation to protein transport, organelle biogenesis, and cell stress.
Subject: Biomedical and Life Sciences, Chaperone, Organelle, Peroxisom, biology, biosynthesis, cell, mitochondria, molecular biology, prokaryotes, protein, protein-protein interactions, proteins, regulation, synthesis, transcription