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  • noun biochemistry Any protein that regulates the activity of a chaperone


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co- +‎ chaperone


  • A variety of individual protein chaperones and cochaperone complexes function to fold, process, and degrade proteins, thereby playing a central role in cellular protein homeostasis

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  • Longo-Guess C, Harris BS, Lee JW, Ackerman SL (2005) Protein accumulation and neurodegeneration in the woozy mutant mouse is caused by disruption of SIL1, a cochaperone of BiP.

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  • RNQ+] propagation, Sis1, a J-protein cochaperone of Hsp70 Ssa, is also specifically required for propagation of [

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