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  • Lynne Yenush, José Miguel Mulet, Joaquín Ariño, Ramón Serrano
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The EMBO journal
  • 2002 (First Publication: 1 March 2002)
  • The yeast Ppz protein phosphatases and the Hal3p inhibitory subunit are important determinants of salt tolerance, cell wall integrity and cell cycle progression. We present several lines of evidenceExpand
  • Antonio Rausell, Rodolphe Kanhonou, Lynne Yenush, Ramón Serrano, Roc Ros
  • Medicine, Biology
  • The Plant journal : for cell and molecular…
  • 2003 (First Publication: 1 May 2003)
  • Protein synthesis is very sensitive to NaCl. However, the molecular targets responsible for this sensitivity have not been described. A cDNA library of the halotolerant plant sugar beet wasExpand
  • Lynne Yenush, Stephanie Merchan, James Holmes, Ramón Serrano
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Molecular and Cellular Biology
  • 2005 (First Publication: 1 October 2005)
  • ABSTRACT Intracellular pH and K+ concentrations must be tightly controlled because they affect many cellular activities, including cell growth and death. The mechanisms of homeostasis of H+ and K+Expand
  • Stephanie Merchan, D Ramírez Bernal, Ramón Serrano, Lynne Yenush
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Eukaryotic Cell
  • 2004 (First Publication: 1 February 2004)
  • ABSTRACT The Mpk1 pathway of Saccharomyces cerevisiae is a key determinant of cell wall integrity. A genetic link between the Mpk1 kinase and the Ppz phosphatases has been reported, but the nature ofExpand
  • Vicent Llopis-Torregrosa, Alba Ferri-Blázquez, Anna Adam-Artigues, Emilie Deffontaines, Gerard Paul H van Heusden, Lynne Yenush
  • Medicine, Biology
  • The Journal of Biological Chemistry
  • 2016 (First Publication: 3 June 2016)
  • Cell viability requires adaptation to changing environmental conditions. Ubiquitin-mediated endocytosis plays a crucial role in this process, because it provides a mechanism to remove transportExpand
  • Márcia C. M. Marques, Sara Zamarbide-Forés, Leda Pedelini, Vicent Llopis-Torregrosa, Lynne Yenush
  • Biology, Medicine
  • FEMS yeast research
  • 2015 (First Publication: 1 June 2015)
  • The maintenance of ionic homeostasis is essential for cell viability, thus the activity of plasma membrane ion transporters must be tightly controlled. Previous studies in Saccharomyces cerevisiaeExpand