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Molecular cloning and in vivo expression of a precursor to rat mitochondrial aspartate aminotransferase.
D-Alanine-D-glutamate transaminase. I. Purification and characterization.
Protein folding in a cell-free translation system. The fate of the precursor to mitochondrial aspartate aminotransferase.
Isolation and characterization of multiple forms of glutamate-asparate aminotransferase from pig heart.
Distinctions in the equilibrium kinetic constants of the mitochondrial and supernatant isozymes of aspartate transaminase.
Reconstitution of functional membrane-bound acetylcholine receptor from isolated Torpedo californica receptor protein and electroplax lipids.
- J. González-Ros, A. Paraschos, M. Martinez‐Carrion
- Biology, ChemistryProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
- 1 April 1980
The purified acetylcholine receptor that was utilized in the reconstitution experiments apparently does not require other protein components for ligand recognition or ion translocation.
Effects of heating on the ion-gating function and structural domains of the acetylcholine receptor.
The ion-gating ability and the protein electrophoretic band patterns of the acetylcholine receptor from Torpedo californica electroplax were examined after receptor-enriched membrane vesicles were…
Isolation and properties of a liver mitochondrial precursor protein to aspartate aminotransferase expressed in Escherichia coli.
Reductive methylation as a tool for the identification of the amino groups in alpha-bungarotoxin interacting with nicotinic acetylcholine receptor.
Comparisons of the chemical reactivities of amino groups in free and AcChR-bound alpha Bgt are compared in an attempt to identify the regions in thealpha Bgt molecule that become masked upon binding to the acetylcholine receptor.
Refolding Intermediates of Acid-unfolded Mitochondrial Aspartate Aminotransferase Bind to hsp70*
Analysis of the interaction of hsp70 with intermediates along the folding pathway of mAAT shows that the polypeptide loses its ability to bind to the chaperone after it has proceeded through the first isomerization/fast dimerization steps, suggesting a faster refolding of cAAT from this collapsed state could explain, at least in part, the inability of hSp70 to bind this isozyme.