Intracellular pH is a tightly controlled signal in yeast.

@article{Orij2011IntracellularPI,
  title={Intracellular pH is a tightly controlled signal in yeast.},
  author={Rick Orij and Stanley Brul and Gertien J Smits},
  journal={Biochimica et biophysica acta},
  year={2011},
  volume={1810 10},
  pages={933-44}
}
BACKGROUND Nearly all processes in living cells are pH dependent, which is why intracellular pH (pH(i)) is a tightly regulated physiological parameter in all cellular systems. However, in microbes such as yeast, pH(i) responds to extracellular conditions such as the availability of nutrients. This raises the question of how pH(i) dynamics affect cellular function. SCOPE OF REVIEW We discuss the control of pH(i,) and the regulation of processes by pH(i), focusing on the model organism… CONTINUE READING
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Our goal is to provide a broad overview of how pH(i ) is controlled in yeast , and how pH(i ) in turn controls physiology , in the context of both general cellular functioning as well as of cellular decision making upon changes in the cell 's environment .
Our goal is to provide a broad overview of how pH(i ) is controlled in yeast , and how pH(i ) in turn controls physiology , in the context of both general cellular functioning as well as of cellular decision making upon changes in the cell 's environment .
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