Reference: Teichert U, et al. (1989) Lysosomal (vacuolar) proteinases of yeast are essential catalysts for protein degradation, differentiation, and cell survival. J Biol Chem 264(27):16037-45

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Mutants deficient in the vacuolar (lysosomal) endopeptidases proteinase yscA and proteinase yscB of the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae exhibit a drastically reduced protein degradation rate under nutritional stress conditions. The differentiation process of sporulation is considerably disturbed by the absence of the two endopeptidases. Also under vegetative growth conditions and under conditions of false protein synthesis, the two vacuolar endopeptidases exhibit some effect on protein degradation, which is, however, much less pronounced as found under starvation conditions. Proteinase yscA deficiency leads to rapid cell death when glucose-grown cells starve for nitrogen or other nutrients. Whereas overall protein degradation is affected in the endopeptidase mutants, degradation of two distinct false proteins analyzed is not altered in the absence of proteinase yscA and proteinase yscB. Also catabolite inactivation and degradation of fructose-1,6-bisphosphatase is not affected to a greater extent in the endopeptidase-deficient strains.

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Teichert U, Mechler B, Muller H, Wolf DH
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