Structure and modifications of the junior chaperone α -crystallin

@inproceedings{Groenen1994StructureAM,
  title={Structure and modifications of the junior chaperone α -crystallin},
  author={Patricia Jta Groenen and Karin Beatrice Merck and Wilfried W. de Jong and Hans Bloemendal},
  year={1994}
}
α-Crystallin is a high-molecular-mass protein that for many decades was thought to be one of the rare real organ-specific proteins. This protein exists as an aggregate of about 800 kDa, but its composition is simple. Only two closely related subunits termed αA- and αB-crystallin, with molecular masses of approximately 20 kDa, form the building blocks of the aggregate. 

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