Host: Mouse Monoclonal
DnaK possesses an autophosphorylation activity and a weak 5-nucleotidase activity, cleaving the 5 phosphate groups from both ribose and deoxyribose nucleotides. The role of DnaK in ATP-dependent protein-protein interactions has been extended to normal E. coli physiology, where, like eukaryotic Hsp70 homologs, it is thought to participate in the assembly/disassembly of protein complexes.
|Product By Gene ID
- chaperone protein DnaK
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