The remarkable ability of the chaperonin GroEL to recognise a diverse range of non-native states of proteins constitutes one of the most fascinating molecular recognition events in protein chemistry. Recent structural studies have revealed a possible model for substrate binding by GroEL and a high-resolution image of the GroEL-GroES folding machinery has provided important new insights into our understanding of the mechanism of action of this chaperonin. Studies with a variety of model substr...Expand abstract
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Structural and mechanistic consequences of polypeptide binding by GroEL.
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