Independent evolution of polymerization in the Actin ATPase clan regulates hexokinase activity in yeast

Patrick R. Stoddard, Eric M. Lynch, Daniel P. Farrell, Annie M. Dosey, Frank DiMaio, Tom A. Williams, Justin M. Kollman, Andrew W. Murray, Ethan Garner

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Abstract

Yeast glucokinase activity is limited by its polymerization, which is critical for cell viability during glucose refeeding.
Original languageEnglish
JournalScience
Publication statusAccepted/In press - 27 Jan 2020

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    Stoddard, P. R., Lynch, E. M., Farrell, D. P., Dosey, A. M., DiMaio, F., Williams, T. A., Kollman, J. M., Murray, A. W., & Garner, E. (Accepted/In press). Independent evolution of polymerization in the Actin ATPase clan regulates hexokinase activity in yeast. Science.