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1. A Gradient of ATP Affinities Generates an Asymmetric Power Stroke Driving the Chaperonin TRIC/CCT Folding Cycle


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2. The chaperonins are Hsp60 family members. 4

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4. Mechanism of Action of Group II Chaperonins:


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5. A ribosome-anchored chaperone network that facilitates eukaryotic ribosome biogenesis

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6. Mechanism of the eukaryotic chaperonin: protein folding in the chamber of secrets

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7. A Gradient of ATP Affinities Generates an Asymmetric Power Stroke Driving the Chaperonin TRIC/CCT Folding Cycle

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8. Essential function of the built-in lid in the allosteric regulation of eukaryotic and archaeal chaperonins

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9. Dual action of ATP hydrolysis couples lid closure to substrate release into the group II chaperonin chamber

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10. Analysis of the transcarbamoylation-dehydration reaction catalyzed by the hydrogenase maturation proteins HypF and HypE


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