Enhanced molecular chaperone activity of a small heat-shock αΒprotein following covalent immobilization onto a solid-phase support
The well-characterized small heat-shock protein, αB-crystallin, acts as a molecular chaperone by interacting with unfolding proteins to prevent their aggregation and precipitation. Structural perturbation (e.g., partial unfolding) enhances the in vitro c
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