Josiane Bercy

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Three unlinked genes ARGRI, ARGRII and ARGRIII are necessary to control the synthesis of the arginine anabolic and catabolic genes. The three genes have been cloned and sequenced and we report here the results for the ARGRI and ARGRIII genes. They encode proteins of 177 and 355 amino acids, respectively. The ARGRIII protein has a very acidic(More)
An 80-year-old white man presented with gangrenous lesions involving several distal phalanges of his left hand and an elevated erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR). Temporal artery biopsy showed patchy destruction of the internal elastic lamina by mononuclear cell infiltration, consistent with the diagnosis of temporal arteritis. After amputation of(More)
Three regulatory proteins are involved in the control of arginine metabolism in yeast: ARGRI, ARGRII and ARGRIII. The control region and part of the coding sequence of the ARGR genes were fused to the Escherichia coli lacZ gene. These chimeras were used to study the expression of the regulatory genes as well as the cellular compartmentalization of the(More)
Based on nucleotide sequence determination, we have identified two new yeast genes FUN80 and FUN81 located on chromosome XIII. They are both essential for cellular growth but their function is still unknown. FUN80 is closely linked to the ARGRI (or ARG80) gene while FUN81 is located next to the ARGRII (or ARG81) gene. Interestingly, the proteins encoded by(More)
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