Reference: Iwase M and Toh-E A (2004) Ybr267w is a new cytoplasmic protein belonging to the mitotic signaling network of Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Cell Struct Funct 29(1):1-15

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YBR267w designated REI1 (required for isotropic bud growth) was isolated by two-hybrid screening using NIS1 encoding the neck protein as bait. Disruption of REI1 exhibited cold sensitive growth but did not exhibit a morphological defect. However, Deltarei1Deltanap1, Deltarei1Deltacla4 and Deltarei1Deltagin4 double disruptants exhibited an elongated cell morphology, which was suppressed by the disruption of SWE1, indicating that REI1 is a new member of genes belonging to the mitotic signaling network that negatively regulates Swe1 kinase. Deltanap1 cells displayeda lower Gin4 kinase activity and a lower Gin4 protein level, both of which were recovered nearly to a wild type level in Deltarei1Deltanap1 cells. Interaction between Rei1 and Gin4 was suggested from our observation that Rei1 inhibited Gin4 kinase activity although weakly. The facts that although Deltarei1Deltanap1 cells displayed a severer elongated bud phenotype than Deltanap1 cells, Gin4 kinase activity in Deltarei1Deltanap1 cells was higher than in Deltanap1 cells, and that introduction of plasmid carrying a kinase inactive gin4 mutant gene into Deltarei1Deltagin4 cells suppressed their morphological defect, indicate that kinase activity of Gin4 is not required for isotropic bud growth. We found that Rei1 is localized to the cytoplasm throughout the cell cycle. In view of the fact that members belonging to the mitotic signaling network are localized to the bud neck, at least at some stage of the cell cycle, Rei1 is a unique component of this pathway.

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