Hydrolysis of ATP and release of folded actin from CCT/TriC

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R-HSA-390453
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Reaction [dissociation]
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Homo sapiens
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TriC/CCT-mediated beta-actin folding involves rapid ATP-independent formation of a binary complex, followed by a slower ATP-dependent release of the native product (Gao et al., 1992). Group II chaperonins enclose substrate proteins following substrate binding through the formation of a "built- in" lid over the central cavity. Upon ATP binding, lid formation is triggered by the transition state of ATP hydrolysis (Meyer, et al., 2003).

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