Medical College of Georgia scientists have found what keeps rapsyn in the correct conformation.

Medical College of Georgia scientists have found what keeps rapsyn in the correct conformation.It is a heat shock protein, a large family of a large family of molecular chaperones that make sure proteins get where they are needed, and what they should, says Dr. Lin Mei, chief of developmental neurobiology at MCG and Georgia Research Alliance Eminent Scholar in Neuroscience.

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