The rates of commitment to renaturation of rhodanese and glutamine synthetase in the presence of the groE chaperonins.

Abstract

Current models of chaperonin-assisted folding suggest that proteins undergo multiple rounds of binding and release before they are released in a form that is committed to folding to the native state. Using immunoprecipitation techniques, we have determined the rates at which rhodanese and glutamine synthetase (GS) are released from groEL in a form committed… (More)

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@article{Fisher1994TheRO, title={The rates of commitment to renaturation of rhodanese and glutamine synthetase in the presence of the groE chaperonins.}, author={Matteo Fisher and X. Yuan}, journal={The Journal of biological chemistry}, year={1994}, volume={269 47}, pages={29598-601} }