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Solution NMR structure of the cold-shock protein from the hyperthermophilic bacterium Thermotoga maritima

Kremer, Werner ; Schuler, B. ; Harrieder, S. ; Geyer, M. ; Gronwald, W. ; Welker, C. ; Jaenicke, R. ; Kalbitzer, Hans Robert


Cold-shock proteins (Csps) are a subgroup of the cold-induced proteins preferentially expressed in bacteria and other organisms on reduction of the growth temperature below the physiological temperature. They are related to the cold-shock domain found in eukaryotes and are some of the most conserved proteins known. Their exact function is still not known, but translational regulation, possibly ...


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