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Folding of Aquaporin 1: Multiple evidence that helix 3 can shift out of the membrane core

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Jan 23, 2015

Minttu T VirkkiAnni Kauko

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The folding of most integral membrane proteins follows a two-step process: Initially, individual transmembrane helices are inserted into the membrane by the Sec translocon. Thereafter, these helices fold to shape the final conformation of the protein. However, for some proteins, includi...read more

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Protein Folding
Helix (Snails)
Anatomy, Regional
DNA Sequence Rearrangement
Simulation
Protein Transport by the Sec Complex
AQP1 gene
Protein Helix
Fully Spanning the Plasma Membrane
Loop
3
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  • Folding of Aquaporin 1: Multiple evidence that helix 3 can shift out of the membrane core

    bioRxiv

    Jan 23, 2015

    Minttu T VirkkiAnni Kauko

    PMID: 990014167

    DOI: 10.1101/014167

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    The folding of most integral membrane proteins follows a two-step process: Initially, individual transmembrane helices are inserted into the membrane by the Sec translocon. Thereafter, these helices fold to shape the final conformation of the protein. However, for some proteins, includi...read more

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    Protein Folding
    Helix (Snails)
    Anatomy, Regional
    DNA Sequence Rearrangement
    Simulation
    3

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