high-affinity copper ion transport
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The N-terminal, extracellular regions of eukaryotic high affinity copper transport (Ctr) proteins vary in composition of the Cu(i… Expand Copper uptake and subsequent delivery to copper-dependent enzymes are essential for many cellular processes. However, the… Expand The redox active metal copper is an essential cofactor in critical biological processes such as respiration, iron transport… Expand Copper is an essential nutrient that serves as a co-factor for enzymes involved in critical cellular processes including energy… Expand Copper is an essential nutrient required for the activity of a number of enzymes with diverse biological roles. In the bakers… Expand Copper and iron serve essential functions as catalytic co-factors in a wide variety of critical cellular enzymes. Studies in… Expand Mac1 is a metalloregulatory protein that regulates expression of the high affinity copper transport system in the yeast… Expand Copper is an essential metal ion that is toxic when accumulated to high intracellular concentrations. The yeast Mac1 protein is a… Expand Copper is an essential micronutrient that is toxic in excess. To maintain an adequate yet non-toxic concentration of copper… Expand We report the identification and characterization of CTR1, a gene in the yeast S. cerevisiae that encodes a multispanning plasma… Expand