Study of the in vivo folding of the potassium channel Kv7.2
Marchena Hurtado, Javier
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[EN] Arrest peptides were employed as a technique to study the cotranslational folding of cytosolic A and B helices of the potassium channel Kv7.2. The results show the potential of arrest peptides to study cotranslational folding. In the tested conditions, the A and B helices mostly do not cotranslationally fold in the ribosome vestibule.