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The small heat shock protein alphaB-crystallin interacts with intermediate filament proteins. Using a co-sedimentation assay, we showed that in vitro binding of alphaB-crystallin to peripherin and vimentin was temperature-dependent. Specifically, a synthetic peptide representing the first ten residues of alphaB-crystallin was involved in this interaction. When cells were submitted to different stress conditions such as serum starvation, hypertonic stress, or heat shock, we observed a dynamicpmid:9427392 fatcat:furywelndvcddgxiklevkbvve4