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J-domain proteins: From molecular mechanisms to diseases

Diamond Quantum Sensing Revealing the Relation between Free Radicals and Huntington's Disease

Digest it all: the lysosomal turnover of cytoplasmic aggregates

Targeting DNA topoisomerases or checkpoint kinases results in an overload of chaperone systems, triggering aggregation of a metastable subproteome

The chaperone DNAJB6 surveils FG-nucleoporins and is required for interphase nuclear pore complex biogenesis

Activation of IRE1, PERK and salt-inducible kinases leads to Sec body formation in Drosophila S2 cells

CAG Repeat Size Influences the Progression Rate of Spinocerebellar Ataxia Type 3

DNAJB6b-enriched small extracellular vesicles decrease polyglutamine aggregation in in vitro and in vivo models of Huntington disease

DNAJB chaperones suppress destabilised protein aggregation via a region unique from that used to inhibit amyloidogenesis

First Virtual International Congress on Cellular and Organismal Stress Responses, November 5-6, 2020

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Herprogrammering van cellen: is dit de oplossing voor het eeuwige leven?