Carlson M (1999) Glucose repression in yeast. Curr Opin Microbiol 2(2):202-7
Abstract: The Snf1 protein kinase is a central component of the signaling pathway for glucose repression in yeast. Recent studies have addressed the regulation of Snf1 kinase activity and elucidated mechanisms by which Snf1 controls repression and activation of glucose-repressed genes. Important advances include evidence that Snf1 regulates the localization of the Mig1 repressor and that Snf1 functions at multiple points to control Cat8 and Sip4, the activators of gluconeogenic genes.
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