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Networking of Chaperones by Co-Chaperones

  • Intended as a ready resource for key information on the concepts underpinning the regulation of chaperone by co-chaperones


Part of the Molecular Biology Intelligence Unit book series (MBIU)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xv
  2. Jeffrey L. Brodsky, Andreas Bracher
    Pages 1-12
  3. Marc B. Cox, David F. Smith
    Pages 13-25
  4. Sheril Daniel, Csaba Söti, Peter Csermely, Graeme Bradley, Gregory L. Blatch
    Pages 26-37
  5. Meredith F. N. Rosser, Douglas M. Cyr
    Pages 38-51
  6. Odutayo O. Odunuga, Henry F. Epstein
    Pages 62-74
  7. Han Liu, Peter A. Lund
    Pages 75-87
  8. Johanna Dudek, Martin Jung, Andreas Weitzmann, Markus Greiner, Richard Zimmermann
    Pages 88-98
  9. Dejan Bursać, Trevor Lithgow
    Pages 99-108
  10. Jörg Höhfeld, Karsten Böhse, Markus Genau, Britta Westhoff
    Pages 109-121
  11. Jacqueline van der Spuy, Michael E. Cheetham, J. Paul Chappie
    Pages 122-136
  12. Back Matter
    Pages 137-139

About this book


"The Networking of Chaperones by Co-chaperones" updates the current understanding of how chaperones are regulated and networked, and is a resource for those in the specialized field of cell stress and chaperones. The book will also be of interest to those in broader cross-cutting field such as cellular networks and systems biology.


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Authors and affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Biochemistry, Microbiology and BiotechnologyRhodes UniversityGrahamstownSouth Africa

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From the reviews:

"‘Networking of chaperones by co-chaperones’ is the first published volume dedicated solely to cochaperones. … This volume contains 11 chapters on separate topics contributed by authorities in the field. … Each contains a brief, but very informative introduction to the topic; an excellent aid for newcomers to the field. … This reviewer found all of the chapters to be very readable and thought-provoking. … it is highly recommended for both newcomers and senior investigators in this field." (David Toft, Cell Stress and Chaperones, Vol. 13, 2008)