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Molecular chaperones and folding catalysts : regulation, cellular function, and mechanisms /

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Other Authors: Bukau, Bernd, prof.
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Amsterdam : Harwood Academic Publishers, c1999.
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Table of Contents:
  • Assisted protein folding /
  • B. Bukau, F. X. Schmid and J. Buchner
  • Autoregulation of the heat shock response in prokaryotes /
  • L. Connolly, T. Yura and C. A. Gross
  • Inducible transcriptional regulation of heat shock genes: The stress signal and the unfolded protein response /
  • R. I. Morimoto
  • Protein kinase cascades involved in heat shock protein expression and function /
  • O. Bensaude
  • Thermotolerance and stress response: Possible involvement of Ku autoantigen /
  • G. C. Li, L. Li and D. Kim
  • Genetic evidence for the roles of molecular chaperones in Escherichia coli metabolism /
  • W. F. Burkholder and M. E. Gottesman
  • Genetic dissection of the Hsp70 chaperone system of yeast /
  • E. Craig, W. Yan and P. James
  • Functions in development /
  • M. Morange
  • Early events in the synthesis and maturation of polypeptides /
  • W. J. Welch, D. K. Eggers and W. J. Hansen
  • Protein transport into and folding within the endoplasmic reticulum /
  • I. G. Haas and R. Zimmermann
  • The role of molecular chaperones in transport and folding of mitochondrial proteins /
  • P. J. T. Dekker and N. Pfanner
  • Protein import into and folding within chloroplasts /
  • E. Muckel and J. Soll
  • Protein folding in the periplasm of Escherichia coli /
  • D. Missiakas, C. Dartigalongue and S. Raina
  • Role of chaperones in replication of bacteriophage lambda DNA /
  • M. Zylicz, A. Wawrzynow and J. Marszalek
  • Control of hormone receptor function by molecular chaperones and folding catalysts /
  • D. O. Toft
  • Role of chaperones in uncoating of clathrin coated vesicles /
  • E. Eisenberg and L. Greene
  • The role of Hsp104 in stress tolerance and prion maintenance /
  • S. Lindquist and E. C. Schirmer
  • Chaperones and charonins: Protein unfolding enzymes and proteolysis /
  • M. R. Maurizi, S. Wickner and S. Gottesman
  • Spontaneous versus assisted protein folding /
  • R. Jaenicke and R. Seckler
  • Protein disulphide-isomerase: A catalyst of thiol:disulphide interchange and associated protein folding /
  • R. B. Freedman and P. Klappa
  • Peptidyl-prolyl cis/trans isomerases /
  • G. Fischer and F. X. Schmid
  • The ATPase cycle of the GroE molecular chaperones /
  • N. A. Ranson and A. R. Clarke
  • The relationship between chaperonin structure and function /
  • S. G. Burston and H. R. Saibil
  • Composition and function of the eukaryotic cytosolic chaperonin-containing TCP-1 /
  • K. R. Willison
  • Structure and mechanism of Hsp70 proteins /
  • J.-H. Ha, E. R. Johnson and D. B. McKay
  • The DnaK chaperone system: Mechanism and comparison with other Hsp70 systems /
  • A. Buchberger, J. Reinstein and B. Bukau
  • Mechanisms of ATP-independent vs. ATP-dependent chaperones /
  • S. Bose, M. Ehrnsperger and J. Buchner
  • Structure and function of periplasmic PapD-like chaperones involved in assembly of bacterial P pili /
  • S. J. Hultgren, D. L. Hung and C. H. Jones.