Abbey D. Zuehlke

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The essential molecular chaperone Hsp90 functions with over ten co-chaperones in Saccharomyces cerevisiae, but the in vivo roles of many of these co-chaperones are poorly understood. Two of these co-chaperones, Cdc37 and Sgt1, target specific types of clients to Hsp90 for folding. Other co-chaperones have general roles in supporting Hsp90 function, but the(More)
The merging of knowledge from genomics, cellular signal transduction and molecular evolution is producing new paradigms of cancer analysis. Protein kinases have long been understood to initiate and promote malignant cell growth and targeting kinases to fight cancer has been a major strategy within the pharmaceutical industry for over two decades. Despite(More)
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