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T cell receptor zeta (TcRzeta)/CD3 ligation initiates a signaling cascade that involves src kinases p56(lck) and zeta-associated protein 70, leading to the phosphorylation of substrates such as TcRzeta, Vav, SH2-domain-containing leukocyte protein 76 (SLP-76), cbl, and p120/130. FYN binding protein (FYB or p120/130) associates with p59(fyn), the TcRzeta/CD3(More)
Genome duplication, after the divergence of Saccharomyces cerevisiae from Kluyveromyces lactis along evolution, has been proposed as a mechanism of yeast evolution from strict aerobics, such as Candida albicans, to facultatives/fermentatives, such as S. cerevisiae. This feature, together with the preponderance of respiration and the use of the pentose(More)
The function of the genes SLT2 (encoding the Mpk1 protein), RLM1, and POP2 have previously been related to several stress responses in yeasts. DNA arrays have been used to identify differences among the transcriptomes of a Saccharomyces cerevisiae wild type strain and its derivative Δslt2, Δrlm1, and Δpop2 mutants. Correspondence analyses indicate that the(More)
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