A nitrogen starvation-induced dormant G0 state in fission yeast: the establishment from uncommitted G1 state and its delay for return to proliferation.

@article{Su1996ANS,
  title={A nitrogen starvation-induced dormant G0 state in fission yeast: the establishment from uncommitted G1 state and its delay for return to proliferation.},
  author={Sophia Seh-Yi Su and Yoshimasa Tanaka and Itaru Samejima and Kiyoji Tanaka and Mitsuhiro Yanagida},
  journal={Journal of cell science},
  year={1996},
  volume={109 ( Pt 6)},
  pages={1347-57}
}
Fission yeast cells either remain in the mitotic cell cycle or exit to meiotic sporulation from an uncommitted G1 state dependent on the presence or absence of nitrogen source in the medium (Nurse and Bissett, 1981). We examined how heterothallic haploid cells, which cannot sporulate, behave under nitrogen-starvation for longer than 25 days at 26 degrees C. These cells were shown to enter a stable state (designated the dormant G0) with nearly full viability. Maintaining the dormant cells… CONTINUE READING

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