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Thermal response of yeast cells overexpressing hsp70 genes.

Weitzel G, Li GC.

Int J Hyperthermia. 1993 Nov-Dec;9(6):783-97.

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8106819
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Expression of members of the Saccharomyces cerevisiae hsp70 multigene family.

Werner-Washburne M, Craig EA.

Genome. 1989;31(2):684-9. Review.

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2698838
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Yeast Hsp70 RNA levels vary in response to the physiological status of the cell.

Werner-Washburne M, Becker J, Kosic-Smithers J, Craig EA.

J Bacteriol. 1989 May;171(5):2680-8.

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Yeast prt1 mutations alter heat-shock gene expression through transcript fragmentation.

Barnes CA, Singer RA, Johnston GC.

EMBO J. 1993 Aug;12(8):3323-32.

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Regulation of mRNA export in response to stress in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

Saavedra C, Tung KS, Amberg DC, Hopper AK, Cole CN.

Genes Dev. 1996 Jul 1;10(13):1608-20.

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Transcriptional regulation of the yeast DnaJ homologue SIS1.

Zhong T, Luke MM, Arndt KT.

J Biol Chem. 1996 Jan 19;271(3):1349-56.

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Search for novel stress-responsive protein components using a yeast mutant lacking two cytosolic Hsp70 genes, SSA1 and SSA2.

Matsumoto R, Rakwal R, Agrawal GK, Jung YH, Jwa NS, Yonekura M, Iwahashi H, Akama K.

Mol Cells. 2006 Jun 30;21(3):381-8.

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SSB, encoding a ribosome-associated chaperone, is coordinately regulated with ribosomal protein genes.

Lopez N, Halladay J, Walter W, Craig EA.

J Bacteriol. 1999 May;181(10):3136-43.

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Extragenic suppressors that rescue defects in the heat stress response of the budding yeast mutant tom1.

Sasaki T, Toh-e A, Kikuchi Y.

Mol Gen Genet. 2000 Jan;262(6):940-8.

PMID:
10660055
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