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This functional screen identified 18 genes (Figure 3D), corresponding to ten ATP-dependent chaperones, HSC70 (hsp-1), HSP90 (daf-21), and eight subunits of the CCT/TRiC chaperonin complex; the co-chaperones, HSP40 (dnj-12) and CDC37 (cdc-37); and the TPR-domain pro- tein STI1 that upon knockdown significantly enhanced A b 42 pro- teotoxicity (Figure 3D).

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