Data from: Reversible, specific, active aggregates of endogenous proteins assemble upon heat stress

Edward W. J. Wallace, Jamie L. Kear-Scott, Evgeny V. Pilipenko, Michael H. Schwartz, Pawel R. Laskowski, Alexandra E. Rojek, Christopher D. Katanski, Joshua A. Riback, Michael F. Dion, Alexander M. Franks, Edoardo M. Airoldi, Tao Pan, Bogdan A. Budnik & D. Allan Drummond
Heat causes protein misfolding and aggregation and in eukaryotic cells triggers aggregation of proteins and RNA into stress granules. We have carried out extensive proteomic studies to quantify heat-triggered aggregation and subsequent disaggregation in budding yeast, identifying >170 endogenous proteins aggregating within minutes of heat shock in multiple subcellular compartments. We demonstrate that these aggregated proteins are not misfolded and destined for degradation. Stable-isotope labeling reveals that even severely aggregated endogenous proteins are disaggregated without...
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