L-ornithine transaminase synthesis in Saccharomyces cerevisiae: Regulation by inducer exclusion

@article{Deschamps2004LornithineTS,
  title={L-ornithine transaminase synthesis in Saccharomyces cerevisiae: Regulation by inducer exclusion},
  author={Jacqueline Deschamps and Evelyne Dubois and J. M. Wiame},
  journal={Molecular and General Genetics MGG},
  year={2004},
  volume={174},
  pages={225-232}
}
SummaryThe ornithine transaminase (EC.2.6.1.13) of Saccharomyces cerevisiae is induced by arginine, ornithine, and their analogs. Genetic regulatory elements which are involved in this induction process have been defined due to the isolation of specific mutants. Two classes of OTAse operator mutants have previously been described; three unlinked genes are presumed to code for a specific repressor, CARGR of both of the arginine catabolic enzymes, arginase, and ornithine transaminase. The level… Expand
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