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1. N-Terminal His-Tagged AtTPR7 Interactions with Hsp70 and Hsp90 Proteins


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2. Tag der mündlichen Prüfung: 19.09.2008TABLE OF CONTENTS

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3. Factors for stability, assembly and function of photosynthetic complexes


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4. AtTPR7 as part of the Arabidopsis Sec post-translocon

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5. Cytosolic HSP90 Cochaperones HOP and FKBP Interact with Freshly Synthesized Chloroplast Preproteins of Arabidopsis


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6. Cytosolic HSP90 Cochaperones HOP and FKBP Interact with Freshly Synthesized Chloroplast Preproteins of Arabidopsis


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7. The phosphorylation state of chloroplast transit peptides regulates preprotein import

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8. N-Terminal His-Tagged AtTPR7 Interactions with Hsp70 and Hsp90 Proteins


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9. Quantification of Interaction Strengths between Chaperones and Tetratricopeptide Repeat Domain-containing Membrane Proteins*

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10. AtTPR7 is a chaperone docking protein of the Sec translocon in Arabidopsis


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