Learning from yeasts: intracellular sensing of stress conditions

@article{Gacto2003LearningFY,
  title={Learning from yeasts: intracellular sensing of stress conditions},
  author={Mariano Gacto and Teresa Soto and Jero Vicente-Soler and T G Villa and Jos{\'e} Cansado},
  journal={International Microbiology},
  year={2003},
  volume={6},
  pages={211-219}
}
One intriguing challenge in modern biology is to understand how cells respond to, and distinguish between different stressing stimuli. Evidence accumulated in recent years indicates that a network of signaling pathways extends from the plasma membrane to the very core of the cell nucleus to transduce environmental changes into a graded transcriptional response. Although many steps still remain unclear, studies on the stress-activated protein kinase (SAPK) pathways and related mechanisms provide… CONTINUE READING

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