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How do cells disentangle proteins that are clumped together? A Nature paper shows that the molecular chaperone ClpB can forcibly pull on exposed loops of protein chains, and hence extract them from protein clumps. https://go.nature.com/2RDRLvG pic.twitt

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How do cells disentangle proteins that are clumped together? A Nature paper shows that the molecular chaperone ClpB can forcibly pull on exposed loops of protein chains, and hence extract them from protein clumps. https://go.nature.com/2RDRLvG 

Original Article: How do cells disentangle proteins that are clumped together? A Nature paper shows that the molecular chaperone ClpB can forcibly pull on exposed loops of protein chains, and hence extract them from protein clumps. https://go.nature.com/2RDRLvG pic.twitt

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