Kyung Moc Park

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Cyclophilins are conserved cis-trans peptidyl-prolyl isomerase that are implicated in protein folding and function as molecular chaperones. We found the expression of cyclophilin A, Cpr1, changes in response to exposure to yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae to abiotic stress conditions. The effect of Cpr1 overexpression in stress responses was therefore(More)
Cyclophilins contain the conserved activity of cis-trans peptidyl-prolyl isomerase that is implicated in protein folding and function as molecular chaperones. The yeast cyclophilin A gene (cpr1) was subcloned to the prokaryotic expression vector pKM260. It was found that the expression of Cpr1 drastically increased the cell viability of E. coli BL21 in the(More)
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