Transcription of a yeast phosphoglucomutase isozyme gene is galactose inducible and glucose repressible.

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The Saccharomyces cerevisiae GAL5 (PGM2) gene was isolated and shown to encode the major isozyme of phosphoglucomutase. Northern (RNA) blot hybridization revealed that the GAL5 transcript level increased three- to fourfold in response to galactose and was severely repressed in response to glucose. Total cellular phosphoglucomutase activity was likewise… (More)

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@article{Oh1990TranscriptionOA, title={Transcription of a yeast phosphoglucomutase isozyme gene is galactose inducible and glucose repressible.}, author={Deuk-hee Oh and James E. Hopper}, journal={Molecular and cellular biology}, year={1990}, volume={10 4}, pages={1415-22} }