regulated secretion in yeast?

David Singleton drs3y at dayhoff.med.Virginia.EDU
Mon Apr 24 15:29:14 EST 1995


Dear yeast-netters:

Does anyone know of an instance where there is reason to
believe that yeast (pombe or cerevisiae) has a regulated
secretory pathway; i.e. release of a presynthesized pool of
proteins in response to a stimulus? As I understand it,
secretion is regulated in yeast at the transcriptional level.
Any instances to the contrary (anecdotal or otherwise) would be
welcome.
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* David R. Singleton                 drs3y at virginia.edu *
* Dept. of Cell Biology            phone:(804)-924-1910 *
* Box 439 Health Sciences Center     fax:(804) 982-3912 *
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* David R. Singleton                 drs3y at virginia.edu *
* Dept. of Cell Biology            phone:(804)-924-1910 *
* Box 439 Health Sciences Center     fax:(804) 982-3912 *



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