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Of course, the answer may vary depending on the specific activator. Whereas we know little of the essential roles of the proteasome activators, we have considerable information on the structures of the REGs and the mechanism by which they activate the proteasome. sotrue 200K I " activated pl"ofeosome activated pl"Ofeasome Figure S. Schematic representation of the 20S proteasome assembling with various activator proleins (Re, REGs, PA200) and with hsp90, which inhibils the enzyme. 5. REGS As depicted in Figure 5, the proteasome is activated by toroidal heptamers called lIS REG, or PA28.
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