2-deoxyglucose (2-DOG), a non-metabolize analogue of glucose, is taken up by yeast using the same transporter(s) as glucose and is phosphorylated by hexokinases producing 2-deoxyglucose-6-P. We found that in DOGR yeasts, 2-DOG was not able to trigger glucose repression, even at concentrations of 0.5%. This result suggests that the specific 2-DOG-6P phosphatase, the enzyme responsible for the DOGR phenotype, may be involved in inhibiting the process of catabolite repression mediated by 2-DOG.
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