Monomer topology defines folding speed of heptamer.


Small monomeric proteins often fold in apparent two-state processes with folding speeds dictated by their native-state topology. Here we test, for the first time, the influence of monomer topology on the folding speed of an oligomeric protein: the heptameric cochaperonin protein 10 (cpn10), which in the native state has seven beta-barrel subunits… (More)


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