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Analysis of in vivo and in vitro interactions between chaperonins and the whole spectrum of potential cytoplasmic substrates helps answer the vexed question of substrate specificity in the TRiC system.

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  1. Anthony R. Clarke is in the Department of Biochemistry, Bristol University, Bristol BS8 1TD, UK.  a.r.clarke@bris.ac.uk

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