Assembly of chaperonin complexes.


Chaperonins are a subclass of molecular chaperones that assist both the folding of newly synthesized proteins and the maintenance of proteins in a folded state during periods of stress. The best studied members of this family are the type I chaperonins, occurring in bacteria and evolutionarily derived organelles. Type II chaperonins occur in archaea and the… (More)


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