cAMP inhibits bud growth in a yeast strain compromised for Ca2+ influx into the Golgi

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Biochemical and physiological studies have implicated cAMP and cAMP-dependent protein kinase (PKA) in a plethora of essential cellular processes. Here we show that yeast cells partially depleted of PKA activity (due to atpk w mutation) and bearing a lesion in a Golgi-localized Ca2+ pump (Pmr1), arrest division with a small bud. The bud morphology of the… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF02173645

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@article{Hartley1996cAMPIB, title={cAMP inhibits bud growth in a yeast strain compromised for Ca2+ influx into the Golgi}, author={Anthony Hartley and Stefan Bogaerts and Sarah Garrett}, journal={Molecular and General Genetics MGG}, year={1996}, volume={251}, pages={556-564} }