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Abstract

The operon and gene were cloned and their respective DNA sequences determined. The sequenced DNA comprised the genes and their respective regulatory regions in both cases. Transcription of both and seemed to be subjected to temporal control at 30 °C. At 45 °C the amount of the transcript increased considerably in comparison to that of Among the proteins synthesized under heat shock by a fraction enriched in GroEL2 showed the presence of a ring-shaped structure that resembles that of other chaperonins and was active in a rhodanase folding assay.

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