Regulation of Yeast H+-ATPase by Protein Kinases Belonging to a Family Dedicated to Activation of Plasma Membrane Transporters

@article{Goossens2000RegulationOY,
  title={Regulation of Yeast H+-ATPase by Protein Kinases Belonging to a Family Dedicated to Activation of Plasma Membrane Transporters},
  author={Alain Goossens and N de la Fuente and Javier Forment and Ramón Serrano and Francisco Garc{\'i}a-del Portillo},
  journal={Molecular and Cellular Biology},
  year={2000},
  volume={20},
  pages={7654 - 7661}
}
ABSTRACT The regulation of electrical membrane potential is a fundamental property of living cells. This biophysical parameter determines nutrient uptake, intracellular potassium and turgor, uptake of toxic cations, and stress responses. In fungi and plants, an important determinant of membrane potential is the electrogenic proton-pumping ATPase, but the systems that modulate its activity remain largely unknown. We have characterized two genes from Saccharomyces cerevisiae, PTK2 and HRK1… 
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