The Anaphase Promoting Complex Regulates Yeast Lifespan and rDNA Stability by Targeting Fob1 for Degradation

@article{Menzel2013TheAP,
  title={The Anaphase Promoting Complex Regulates Yeast Lifespan and rDNA Stability by Targeting Fob1 for Degradation},
  author={Johannes Menzel and Mackenzie E. Malo and Cynthia Chan and Martin A. Prusinkiewicz and Terra G Arnason and Troy A. A. Harkness},
  journal={Genetics},
  year={2013},
  volume={196},
  pages={693 - 709}
}
Genomic stability, stress response, and nutrient signaling all play critical, evolutionarily conserved roles in lifespan determination. However, the molecular mechanisms coordinating these processes with longevity remain unresolved. Here we investigate the involvement of the yeast anaphase promoting complex (APC) in longevity. The APC governs passage through M and G1 via ubiquitin-dependent targeting of substrate proteins and is associated with cancer and premature aging when defective. Our two… 

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