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Chapter 18: Cotranslational Folding and Transmembrane Transport of Proteins by Valentin N. Luzikov and Alexander S. Spirin 309

18.1. Contribution of Ribosomes to Protein Folding 309

18.1.1. Starting Conformation Set by Peptidyl Transferase Center 309

18.1.2. Intraribosomal Tunnel for Nascent Peptide: Does It Exist? 309

18.1.3. Co-translational Folding of Nascent Polypeptide 310

18.2. Ribosome-Associated Molecular Chaperones 312

18.3. Synthesis of Proteins by Free and Membrane-Bound Polyribosomes 312

18.4. Interaction of Translating Ribosomes with Membranes 314

18.4.1. Early Observations 314

18.4.2. Initial Nascent Peptide Interactions 315

18.4.3. Signal Amino Acid Sequence 316

18.4.3.1. Cleavable Signal Sequence 316

18.4.3.2. Uncleavable Signal Sequence 317

18.4.4. Interaction of the Ribosome/Nascent Chain Complex with the Signal Recognition Particle 317

18.4.5. Interaction of the Ribosome/Nascent Chain/SRP Complex with

SRP Receptor on the Membrane 319

18.5. Cotranslational Transmembrane Translocation of

Nascent Polypeptide Chains 320

18.5.1. Translocation Channel of the Endoplasmic Reticulum Membrane . 320

18.5.2. Insertion of the Nascent Polypeptide Chain into the Endoplasmic Reticulum Membrane 323

18.5.3. Arrangement of the Nascent Polypeptide Chain in the Endoplasmic Reticulum Membrane 325

18.6. Cotranslational Covalent Modifications and Folding of the

Nascent Polypeptide Chain in the Endoplasmic Reticulum 326

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