Julia Winkelmann

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The eukaryotic anamorsin protein family, which has recently been proposed to be part of an electron transfer chain functioning in the early steps of cytosolic iron–sulfur (Fe/S) protein biogenesis, is characterized by a largely unstructured domain (CIAPIN1) containing two conserved cysteine-rich motifs (CX8CX2CXC and CX2CX7CX2C) whose Fe/S binding(More)
The conversion of proteins into structured fibrillar aggregates is a central problem in protein chemistry, biotechnology, biology and medicine. It is generally accepted that aggregation takes place from partially structured states of proteins. However, the role of the residual structure present in such conformational states is not yet understood. In(More)
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