HSP70 Family of Proteins of the Yeast S. cerevisiae
The most abundant heat shock protein in many organisms is a 70kDa protein called HSP70. In E. colithere is a single HSP70-related protein, the product of the dnaK gene. However, in most, if not all, eucaryotes, HSP70 is one of a family of related proteins. HSP70 families are usually composed of proteins that are expressed only after stress and those that are present under optimal growth conditions.
KeywordsHydrolysis Urea Carboxyl Fractionation Polypeptide
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