Structural and molecular comparison of bacterial and eukaryotic trigger factors

@article{Ries2017StructuralAM,
  title={Structural and molecular comparison of bacterial and eukaryotic trigger factors},
  author={Fabian Ries and Y. Carius and Marina Rohr and Karin Gries and S. Keller and C. Lancaster and Felix Willmund},
  journal={Scientific Reports},
  year={2017},
  volume={7}
}
  • Fabian Ries, Y. Carius, +4 authors Felix Willmund
  • Published 2017
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Scientific Reports
  • A considerably small fraction of approximately 60–100 proteins of all chloroplast proteins are encoded by the plastid genome. Many of these proteins are major subunits of complexes with central functions within plastids. In comparison with other subcellular compartments and bacteria, many steps of chloroplast protein biogenesis are not well understood. We report here on the first study of chloroplast-localised trigger factor. In bacteria, this molecular chaperone is known to associate with… CONTINUE READING
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