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I've gotten to known that a certain heat shock protein of E.Coli functions as an intergrity increasing factor when exposed to stress in form of heat. And that it would then produce a form of lattice to provide the cell with more integrity and stability. First of all I'd like to know if such a heat shock proteins REALLY exists, what its classifcation and name is and where I can find maybe a picture of it? Thank you, Sven Nottebaum
Re: Where can I find TEM images of heat-shock proteins forming a lattice?
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