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Versatile roles of the chaperonin GroEL in microorganism–insect interactions

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The Chaperonin Genes of Jakobid and Jakobid-Like Flagellates: Implications for Eukaryotic Evolution

Origin and Evolution of Eukaryotic Chaperonins: Phylogenetic Evidence for Ancient Duplications in CCT Genes

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Any of a ubiquitous subclass of molecular chaperones implicated in the folding of other proteins. They include two kinds of protein: (1) chaperonin 60 kDa (also called chaperonin‐60 or cpn ...

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