Samsonova MG, et al. (1975) [Genetico-biochemical study of acid phosphatases in Saccharomyces cerevisiae yeast. V. Genetic control of regulation of acid phosphatase II synthesis] Genetika 11(9):104-15
Abstract: Regulation of exocellular enzyme acid phosphatase 2 synthesis is studied. 21 mutants with consitutive synthesis of this enzyme are obtained by UV-irradiation. All mutants were recessive and were distributed among 3 complementation groups ACP80, ACP81, ACP82. Two groups, ACP80 and ACP81 corresponded to two different genes, which showed no linkage with ACP1, ACP2 and PHO1 genes. The type of synthesis of acid phosphatase 2 in strains acp1 acp80, acp1 acp81, acp2 acp80, acp2 acp81 is determined, and a conclusion is made about the participation of ACP2 gene in the regulation of acid phosphatase 2 synthesis. It is shown that some mutations in PHO1 gene, which block the activity of acid phosphatase 1, influence the activity and regulation of acid phosphatase 2.
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