Judith Ilhan

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It has long been known that many proteins require folding via molecular chaperones for their function. Although it has become apparent that folding imposes constraints on protein sequence evolution, the effects exerted by different chaperone classes are so far unknown. We have analyzed data of protein interaction with the chaperones in Saccharomyces(More)
Cyanobacteria of subsection V grow as filaments with asymmetrical cell divisions that can generate a true-branching phenotype. Members of the genera Fischerella and Chlorogloeopsis furthermore differentiate akinetes (spore-like resting stages), heterocysts (specialized in nitrogen fixation) and hormogonia (cell aggregates with gliding motility for(More)
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