response to amino acid starvation
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ABSTRACT Starvation is a fundamental type of stress naturally occurring in biological systems. All organisms have therefore… Expand Amino acids regulate TOR complex 1 (TORC1) via two counteracting mechanisms, one activating and one inactivating. The presence of… Expand In response to different environmental stresses, eIF2α phosphorylation represses global translation coincident with preferential… Expand The stringent response is important for bacterial survival under stressful conditions, such as amino acid starvation, and is… Expand ABSTRACT The response to amino acid starvation involves the global decrease of protein synthesis and an increase in the… Expand The stringent response to amino acid starvation, whereby stable RNA synthesis is curtailed in favour of transcription of amino… Expand In response to amino acid starvation, the kinase GCN2 in yeast activates amino acid biosynthesis. Two recent studies (Maurin et… Expand Target of Rapamycin (TOR) mediates a signalling pathway that couples amino acid availability to S6 kinase (S6K) activation… Expand Amino acid starvation of bacterial cells leads to expression of the stringent (in wild-type strains) or relaxed (in relA mutants… Expand In Aspergillus nidulans a highly specific l‐proline transporter is encoded by the prnB gene which is tightly linked to all other… Expand