W H Cover

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We have proposed (Randall, L. L., and Hardy, S. J. S. (1986) Cell 46, 921-928) that during export of protein from Escherichia coli, there is a kinetic partitioning between the pathway that leads to productive translocation and the pathway that leads to folding of precursors into a stable conformation that is incompatible with export. This model predicts(More)
Leader peptides that function to direct export of proteins through membranes have some common features but exhibit a remarkable sequence diversity. Thus there is some question whether leader peptides exert their function through conventional stereospecific protein-protein interaction. Here it is shown that the leader peptides retarded the folding of(More)
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