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Signatures of co-translational folding.

Abstract:

Global and co-translational protein folding may both occur in vivo, and understanding the relationship between these folding mechanisms is pivotal to our understanding of protein-structure formation. Within this study, over 1.5 million hydrophobic-polar sequences were classified based on their ability to attain a unique, but not necessarily minimal energy conformation through co-translational folding. The sequence and structure properties of the sets were then compared to elucidate signatures...

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10.1002/biot.201000330

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Journal:
Biotechnology journal
Volume:
6
Issue:
6
Pages:
742-751
Publication date:
2011-06-05
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EISSN:
1860-7314
ISSN:
1860-6768
URN:
uuid:16def939-3e82-4efa-a238-05940f19fda0
Source identifiers:
134982
Local pid:
pubs:134982

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