DnaK (HSP70)


DnaK is the prokaryotic analogue of eukaryotic Hsp70, a member of the heat shock proteins. It assists the protein assembly, folding, and translocation.

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DnaK is the prokaryotic analogue of eukaryotic Hsp70. Heat shock proteins are a group of proteins that assist in the assembly, folding, and translocation of other proteins. In addition, they protect the cell against heat injury or other forms of stress. Two families of molecular chaperones have been identified. The members of the Hsp70 family (DnaK/DnaJ/GrpE) bind to the growing polypeptide chain and prevent its premature folding. The chaperonin family (GroEL and GroES) assists in correct folding when the complete polypeptide chain is formed and is transported into the cytosol or mitochondria. All the major heat shock proteins help to suppress irreversible unfolding reactions.

Recommended Storage Condition: -20°C

Woodcock, D.M., Crowther, D.M., Doherty, J., Jefferson,S., DeCruz, E., Noyer-Weidner, M., Smith, S.S., Michael, M.Z., and Graham, M.W., Nucl. Acids Res. (1989) 17, 3469-3478



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