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Mycobacterial α-crystallin (Acr) is a chaperone that prevents misfolding of proteins when Mycobacterium tuberculosis is found in a latent form in the host tissue. Methods: Using insulin as a model substrate and utilizing polynomial graphs, we attempted to predict molecular-level interactions that are a function of the oligomeric state of the recombinant protein. The chaperone activity of the recombinant oligomeric Acr was measured at 60°C with Acr samples obtained before gel filtrationdoi:10.12688/f1000research.16328.2 fatcat:tjkvpo3do5fovpqvc7xcwvpmxm