Aspergillus nidulans CkiA is an essential casein kinase I required for delivery of amino acid transporters to the plasma membrane

@inproceedings{Apostolaki2012AspergillusNC,
  title={Aspergillus nidulans CkiA is an essential casein kinase I required for delivery of amino acid transporters to the plasma membrane},
  author={Angeliki Apostolaki and Laura Harispe and Ana Mar{\'i}a Calcagno-Pizarelli and Ioannis Vangelatos and Vicky Sophianopoulou and Herbert N. Arst and Miguel A Pe{\~n}alva and Sotiris Amillis and Claudio Scazzocchio},
  booktitle={Molecular microbiology},
  year={2012}
}
Type I casein kinases are highly conserved among Eukaryotes. Of the two Aspergillus nidulans casein kinases I, CkiA is related to the δ/ε mammalian kinases and to Saccharomyces cerevisiae Hrr25p. CkiA is essential. Three recessive ckiA mutations leading to single residue substitutions, and downregulation using a repressible promoter, result in partial loss-of-function, which leads to a pleiotropic defect in amino acid utilization and resistance to toxic amino acid analogues. These phenotypes… CONTINUE READING
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