Steroidogenic acute regulatory protein an update on its regulation and mechanism of action

Molecular chaperones are specialized cellular proteins that bind nonnative forms of other proteins and assist them to reach a functional conformation. The role of chaperone proteins under conditions of stress, such as heat shock, is to protect proteins by binding to misfolded conformations when they are just starting to form, preventing aggregation; then, following return of normal conditions, they allow refolding to occur. Chaperones also play essential roles in folding under normal conditions, providing kinetic assistance to the folding process, and thus improving the overall rate and extent of productive folding.

Steroidogenic acute regulatory protein an update on its regulation and mechanism of action

steroidogenic acute regulatory protein an update on its regulation and mechanism of action

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