In Saccharomyces cerevisiae, the structural genes ACS1 and ACS2 each encode an isoenzyme of acetyl-CoA synthetase (ACS; EC 220.127.116.11). Involvement of glucose catabolite repression in regulation of the two isoenzymes was investigated by following ACS activity after glucose pulses (100 mM) to ethanol-limited chemostat cultures. In wild-type S. cerevisiae and in an isogenic strain in which ACS2 had been disrupted, ACS activity decreased after a glucose pulse. No such inactivation was observed in a strain in which ACS1 was disrupted. Western blots demonstrated that the ACS1 product, but not the ACS2 product, was degraded after a glucose pulse. Inactivation kinetics of the ACS1 product resembled those of isocitrate lyase.
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