(protein) Any of a class of chaperone proteins
An older person who accompanies other younger people to ensure the propriety of their behaviour, often an older woman accompanying a young woman.
HSP60, also known as chaperonins (Cpn), is a family of heat shock proteins originally sorted by their 60kDa molecular mass. They prevent misfolding of proteins during stressful situations such as high heat, by assisting protein folding.
(biochemistry) A protein that assists the non-covalent folding/unfolding and the assembly/disassembly of other macromolecular structures, but does not occur in these structures when the latter are performing their normal biological functions.
An employee sent by a British company to the European Union to work with a client there, to circumvent restrictions imposed after Brexit.
To act as a chaperone.
To work as a chaperone.
one who accompanies and supervises a young woman or gatherings of young people
accompany as a chaperone