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1. Mitochondria1 precursor proteins are imported through a hydrophilic membrane environment

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2. 9 1990 Kluwer Academic Publishers. Printed in the Netherlands. Stress proteins and mitoehondrial protein import

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3. Sorting pathways of mitochondrial inner membrane proteins

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4. Translocation Arrest by Reversible Folding of a Precursor Protein Imported into

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5. Mitochondrial protein import: identification of processing peptidase and of PEP, a processing enhancing protein. Cell

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6. Structure and function of RbcX, an assembly chaperone for hexadecameric Rubisco


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7. Chaperonin TRiC promotes the assembly of polyQ expansion proteins into non-toxic oligomers


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8. Cellular toxicity of polyglutamine expansion proteins : mechanism of transcription factor deactivation


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9. Protein sorting to mitochondria

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10. Real-time observation of Trigger factor function on translating ribosomes.


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