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  Asian Journal of Biochemistry is an International peer-reviewed journal dedicated to publish the results of original research in form of original articles, reviews and short communications. Scope of the journal includes: Structure, function and regulation of biologically active molecules; gene structure and expression; biochemical mechanisms; protein biosynthesis; protein folding; membrane structure-function relationships; bioenergetics and immunochemistry. Asian Journal of Biochemistry now accepting new submissions. Submit your next paper via online submission system.

Kanzaki, T., R. Iizuka, K. Takahashi, K. Maki and R. Masuda et al., 2008. Sequential action of ATP-dependent subunit conformational change and interaction between helical protrusions in the closure of the built-in lid of group II chaperonins. J. Biol. Chem., 283: 34773-34784.
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Sahlan, M., T. Kanzaki and M. Yohda, 2009. Construction and characterization of the hetero-oligomer of the group II chaperonin from the hyperthermophilic archaeon, Thermococcus sp. strain KS-1. Extremophiles, 13: 437-445.
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Sahlan, M., T. Kanzaki, T. Zako, M. Maeda and M. Yohda, 2010. Analysis of the interaction mode between hyperthermophilic archaeal group II chaperonin and prefoldin using a platform of chaperonin oligomers of various subunit arrangements. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, Proteins Proteomics, 1804: 1810-1816.
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Sahlan, M., T. Zako, P.T. Tai, A. Ohtak and K. Noguchi et al., 2010. Thermodynamic characterization of the interaction between prefoldin and group II chaperonin. J. Mol. Biol., 399: 628-636.
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Zako, T., S. Banba, M. Sahlan, M. Sakono, N. Terada, M. Yohda and M. Maeda, 2010. Hyperthermophilic archaeal prefoldin shows refolding activity at low temperature. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun., 391: 467-470.
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