Glutamic acid residues in the C-terminal extension of small heat shock protein 25 are critical for structural and functional integrity
Small heat shock proteins (sHsps) are intracellular molecular chaperones that prevent the aggregation and precipitation of partially folded and destabilized proteins. sHsps comprise an evolutionarily conserved region of 80-100 amino acids, denoted the α-
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