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Influence of transport rates on the protein degradation by proteasomes

Influence of transport rates on the protein degradation by proteasomes

Biophysical Reviews and Letters 1(4): 375-386

We discuss how translocation properties of the 20S proteasome influence its length distribution, one of its most important feature a simple one-channel proteasome model and assume that the protein transport depends significantly on the length of a protein located inside the proteasome chamber.

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DOI: 10.1142/s1793048006000355

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