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|Title:||YKE2, a yeast nuclear gene encoding a protein showing homology to mouse KE2 and containing a putative leucine-zipper motif|
|Authors:||Shang, H.-S. |
|Citation:||Shang, H.-S.,Wong, S.-M.,Tan, H.-M.,Wu, M. (1994-12-30). YKE2, a yeast nuclear gene encoding a protein showing homology to mouse KE2 and containing a putative leucine-zipper motif. Gene 151 (1-2) : 197-201. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.|
|Abstract:||The nucleotide sequence of YKE2, a yeast nuclear gene, has been determined. The deduced YKE2 protein has 114 amino acids (12kDa), shows significant homology with the murine KE2 and contains a putative Leu-zipper motif characteristic of a group of DNA-binding proteins [Landschulz et al., Science 240 (1988) 1759-1764]. Strains in which YKE2 has been disrupted show normal cell growth in glucose and galactose media over the temperature range of 16 to 40°C. Disrupted strains also display normal mating and sporulation abilities. Northern analysis revealed that the transcription of YKE2 is unresponsive to catabolite repression by glucose. © 1994.|
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