The yeast SRP gene: positive modulation by glucose of its transcriptional expression.

Abstract

The yeast gene coding for a protein rich in serine residues (SRP) has been cloned. Its transcriptional expression is modulated positively by glucose as shown by Northern blots of mRNA prepared from cells grown in medium containing either glucose or raffinose or glycerol/ethanol as carbon sources. The positive elicitation of SRP mRNA by glucose was found to… (More)

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@article{Marguet1986TheYS, title={The yeast SRP gene: positive modulation by glucose of its transcriptional expression.}, author={Didier Marguet and Guy J-M Lauquin}, journal={Biochemical and biophysical research communications}, year={1986}, volume={138 1}, pages={297-303} }