Chaperones and Cellular Processes
Chaperones and Redox Potential
Disulfde Bond Formation and Isomerization in Prokaryotes
Hsp33: A Chaperone with a Redox Switch
Chaperone Networks and Protein Quality Control in the Cell
Chaperone Networks and Protein Quality Control in the
Protein Quality Control in the Endoplasmic Reticulum
Examples o± Substrate-specifc Chaperones
Hsp47 and Collagen Assembly
PapD and the Assembly o± Bacterial Pili
Books and Reviews
One o± a member o± the ±amily o± molecular chaperones that are homologous to the
GroEL chaperone, and the mitochondrial and chloroplast Hsp60 chaperones.
A protein that, while not possessing intrinsic chaperone properties itsel±, is required
±or a particular chaperone to ±unction.
The exposure o± cells or organisms to temperatures a ±ew degrees above their normal
growth temperature, widely used as an experimental model ±or inducing cellular stress.
Abbreviation ±or ‘‘heat shock protein.’’ HSPs are proteins that are induced
are upregulated as a result o± heat shock.
Proteins that assist other proteins to reach their fnal active con±ormation, but that are
not themselves part o± this fnal con±ormation.