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Academic Article The SH3-domain protein Bem1 coordinates mitogen-activated protein kinase cascade activation with cell cycle control in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
Academic Article The osmoregulatory pathway represses mating pathway activity in Saccharomyces cerevisiae: isolation of a FUS3 mutant that is insensitive to the repression mechanism.
Academic Article Pheromone response, mating and cell biology.
Academic Article A novel functional link between MAP kinase cascades and the Ras/cAMP pathway that regulates survival.
Academic Article Nuclear export and plasma membrane recruitment of the Ste5 scaffold are coordinated with oligomerization and association with signal transduction components.
Academic Article Characterization of Fus3 localization: active Fus3 localizes in complexes of varying size and specific activity.
Academic Article Differential input by Ste5 scaffold and Msg5 phosphatase route a MAPK cascade to multiple outcomes.
Academic Article Routing MAP kinase cascades.
Academic Article Formin-induced actin cables are required for polarized recruitment of the Ste5 scaffold and high level activation of MAPK Fus3.
Academic Article Analysis of mitogen-activated protein kinase activity in yeast.
Academic Article FUS3 phosphorylates multiple components of the mating signal transduction cascade: evidence for STE12 and FAR1.
Academic Article POG1, a novel yeast gene, promotes recovery from pheromone arrest via the G1 cyclin CLN2.
Academic Article The MAP kinase Fus3 associates with and phosphorylates the upstream signaling component Ste5.
Academic Article Relative dependence of different outputs of the Saccharomyces cerevisiae pheromone response pathway on the MAP kinase Fus3p.
Academic Article Nuclear shuttling of yeast scaffold Ste5 is required for its recruitment to the plasma membrane and activation of the mating MAPK cascade.
Academic Article The Ste5p scaffold.
Academic Article Counteractive control of polarized morphogenesis during mating by mitogen-activated protein kinase Fus3 and G1 cyclin-dependent kinase.
Academic Article Fus3p and Kss1p control G1 arrest in Saccharomyces cerevisiae through a balance of distinct arrest and proliferative functions that operate in parallel with Far1p.
Academic Article Cdc24 regulates nuclear shuttling and recruitment of the Ste5 scaffold to a heterotrimeric G protein in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
Academic Article The MAPKKK Ste11 regulates vegetative growth through a kinase cascade of shared signaling components.
Academic Article Ste5 tethers multiple protein kinases in the MAP kinase cascade required for mating in S. cerevisiae.
Academic Article Localized feedback phosphorylation of Ste5p scaffold by associated MAPK cascade.
Academic Article A role for autophosphorylation revealed by activated alleles of FUS3, the yeast MAP kinase homolog.
Academic Article Functional binding between Gbeta and the LIM domain of Ste5 is required to activate the MEKK Ste11.
Academic Article far4, far5, and far6 define three genes required for efficient activation of MAPKs Fus3 and Kss1 and accumulation of glycogen.
Academic Article Fus2 localizes near the site of cell fusion and is required for both cell fusion and nuclear alignment during zygote formation.
Academic Article Signal transduction. Signaling specificity in yeast.
Academic Article Ste11p MEKK signals through HOG, mating, calcineurin and PKC pathways to regulate the FKS2 gene.
Concept Saccharomyces cerevisiae Proteins
Academic Article Mapping regions in Ste5 that support Msn5-dependent and -independent nuclear export.
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Funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through its Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program, grant number UL1TR002541.