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The cytosolic SycE and SycH chaperones of Yersinia protect the region of YopE and YopH involved in translocation across eukaryotic cell membranes.

Bibliographic reference Woestyn, S ; Sory, M P ; Boland, A ; Lequenne, O ; Cornelis, Guy. The cytosolic SycE and SycH chaperones of Yersinia protect the region of YopE and YopH involved in translocation across eukaryotic cell membranes.. In: Molecular microbiology, Vol. 20, no. 6, p. 1261-71 (1996)
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