Silvia Rodríguez-Lombardero

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Sky1 is the only member of the SR (Serine-Arginine) protein kinase family in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. When yeast cells are treated with the anti-cancer drug cisplatin, Sky1 kinase activity is necessary to produce the cytotoxic effect. In this study, proteome changes in response to this drug and/or SKY1 deletion have been evaluated in order to understand(More)
Cisplatin is commonly used in cancer therapy and yeast cells are also sensitive to this compound. We present a transcriptome analysis discriminating between RNA changes induced by cisplatin treatment, which are dependent on or independent of SKY1 function--a gene whose deletion increases resistance to the drug. Gene expression changes produced by addition(More)
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