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    1. Versele, M; Lemaire, K; Thevelein, JM
      Sex and sugar in yeast: two distinct GPCR systems

      EMBO REPORTS
    2. Leyman, B; Van Dijck, P; Thevelein, JM
      An unexpected plethora of trehalose biosynthesis genes in Arabidopsis thaliana

      TRENDS IN PLANT SCIENCE
    3. Rolland, F; Winderickx, J; Thevelein, JM
      Glucose-sensing mechanisms in eukaryotic cells

      TRENDS IN BIOCHEMICAL SCIENCES
    4. Versele, M; Thevelein, JM
      Lre1 affects chitinase expression, trehalose accumulation and heat resistance through inhibition of the Cbk1 protein kinase in Saccharomyces cerevisiae

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    5. Wysocki, R; Chery, CC; Wawrzycka, D; Van Hulle, M; Cornelis, R; Thevelein, JM; Tamas, MJ
      The glycerol channel Fps1p mediates the uptake of arsenite and antimonite in Saccharomyces cerevisiae

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    6. Rep, M; Proft, M; Remize, F; Tamas, M; Serrano, R; Thevelein, JM; Hohmann, S
      The Saccharomyces cerevisiae Sko1p transcription factor mediates HOG pathway-dependent osmotic regulation of a set of genes encoding enzymes implicated in protection from oxidative damage

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    7. Sugajska, E; Swiatek, W; Zabrocki, P; Geyskens, I; Thevelein, JM; Zolnierowicz, S; Wera, S
      Multiple effects of protein phosphatase 2A on nutrient-induced signalling in the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    8. Fillinger, S; Ruijter, G; Tamas, MJ; Visser, J; Thevelein, JM; d'Enfert, C
      Molecular and physiological characterization of the NAD-dependent glycerol3-phosphate dehydrogenase in the filamentous fungus Aspergillus nidulans

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    9. Verstrepen, KJ; Derdelinckx, G; Delvaux, FR; Winderickx, J; Thevelein, JM; Bauer, FF; Pretorius, IS
      Late fermentation expression of FLO1 in Saccharomyces cerevisiae

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF BREWING CHEMISTS
    10. Bergsma, JCT; Kasri, NN; Donaton, MCV; De Wever, V; Tisi, R; de Winde, JH; Martegani, E; Thevelein, JM; Wera, S
      PtdIns(4,5)P-2 and phospholipase C-independent Ins(1,4,5)P-3 signals induced by a nitrogen source in nitrogen-starved yeast cells

      BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL
    11. Van Vaeck, C; Wera, S; Van Dijck, P; Thevelein, JM
      Analysis and modification of trehalose 6-phosphate levels in the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae with the use of Bacillus subtilis phosphotrehalase

      BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL
    12. Brown, AJP; Planta, RJ; Restuhadi, F; Bailey, DA; Butler, PR; Cadahia, JL; Cerdan, ME; De Jonge, M; Gardner, DCJ; Gent, ME; Hayes, A; Kolen, CPAM; Lombardia, LJ; Murad, AMA; Oliver, RA; Sefton, M; Thevelein, JM; Tournu, H; van Delft, YJ; Verbart, DJ; Winderickx, J; Oliver, SG
      Transcript analysis of 1003 novel yeast genes using high-throughput northern hybridizations

      EMBO JOURNAL
    13. Van Hoof, C; Janssens, V; De Baere, I; Stark, MJR; de Winde, JH; Winderickx, J; Thevelein, JM; Merlevede, W; Goris, J
      The Saccharomyces cerevisiae phosphotyrosyl phosphatase activator proteinsare required for a subset of the functions disrupted by protein phosphatase 2A mutations

      EXPERIMENTAL CELL RESEARCH
    14. Rolland, F; de Winde, JH; Lemaire, K; Boles, E; Thevelein, JM; Winderickx, J
      Glucose-induced cAMP signalling in yeast requires both a G-protein coupledreceptor system for extracellular glucose detection and a separable hexosekinase-dependent sensing process

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    15. Zahringer, H; Thevelein, JM; Nwaka, S
      Induction of neutral trehalase Nth1 by heat and osmotic stress is controlled by STRE elements and Msn2/Msn4 transcription factors: variations of PKA effect during stress and growth

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    16. Bonini, BM; van Vaeck, C; Larsson, C; Gustafsson, L; Ma, PS; Winderickx, J; van Dijck, P; Thevelein, JM
      Expression of Escherichia coli otsA in a Saccharomyces cerevisiae tps1 mutant restores trehalose 6-phosphate levels and partly restores growth and fermentation with glucose and control of glucose influx into glycolysis

      BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL
    17. Eliasson, A; Boles, E; Johansson, B; Osterberg, M; Thevelein, JM; Spencer-Martins, I; Juhnke, H; Hahn-Hagerdal, B
      Xylulose fermentation by mutant and wild-type strains of Zygosaccharomycesand Saccharomyces cerevisiae

      APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY
    18. Dumortier, F; Vanhalewyn, M; Debast, G; Colombo, S; Ma, PS; Winderickx, J; Van Dijck, P; Thevelein, JM
      A specific mutation in Saccharomyces cerevisiae adenylate cyclase, Cyrl(K1876M), eliminates glucose- and acidification-induced cAMP signalling and delays glucose-induced loss of stress resistance

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF FOOD MICROBIOLOGY
    19. Van Dijck, P; Gorwa, MF; Lemaire, K; Teunissen, A; Versele, M; Colombo, S; Dumortier, F; Ma, PS; Tanghe, A; Loiez, A; Thevelein, JM
      Characterization of a new set of mutants deficient in fermentation-inducedloss of stress resistance for use in frozen dough applications

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF FOOD MICROBIOLOGY
    20. Tanghe, A; Teunissen, A; Van Dijck, P; Thevelein, JM
      Identification of genes responsible for improved cryoresistance in fermenting yeast cells

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF FOOD MICROBIOLOGY
    21. Thevelein, JM; Cauwenberg, L; Colombo, S; De Winde, JH; Donation, M; Dumortier, F; Kraakman, L; Lemaire, K; Ma, P; Nauwelaers, D; Rolland, F; Teunissen, A; Van Dijck, P; Versele, M; Wera, S; Winderickx, J
      Nutrient-induced signal transduction through the protein kinase A pathway and its role in the control of metabolism, stress resistance, and growth inyeast

      ENZYME AND MICROBIAL TECHNOLOGY
    22. Van Hoof, C; Janssens, V; De Baere, I; de Winde, JH; Winderickx, J; Dumortier, F; Thevelein, JM; Merlevede, W; Goris, J
      The Saccharomyces cerevisiae homologue YPA1 of the mammalian phosphotyrosyl phosphatase activator of protein phosphatase 2A controls progression through the G1 phase of the yeast cell cycle

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    23. Rep, M; Krantz, M; Thevelein, JM; Hohmann, S
      The transcriptional response of Saccharomyces cerevisiae to osmotic shock - Hot1p and Msn2p/Msn4p are required for the induction of subsets of high osmolarity glycerol pathway-dependent genes

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    24. Tamas, MJ; Rep, M; Thevelein, JM; Hohmann, S
      Stimulation of the yeast high osmolarity glycerol (HOG) pathway: evidence for a signal generated by a change in turgor rather than by water stress

      FEBS LETTERS
    25. Noubhani, A; Bunoust, O; Rigoulet, M; Thevelein, JM
      Reconstitution of ethanolic fermentation in permeabilized spheroplasts of wild-type and trehalose-6-phosphate synthase mutants of the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    26. Hohmann, S; Winderickx, J; de Winde, JH; Valckx, D; Cobbaert, P; Luyten, K; de Meirsman, C; Ramos, J; Thevelein, JM
      Novel alleles of yeast hexokinase PII with distinct effects on catalytic activity and catabolite repression of SUC2

      MICROBIOLOGY-UK
    27. Rep, M; Albertyn, J; Thevelein, JM; Prior, BA; Hohmann, S
      Different signalling pathways contribute to the control of GPD1 gene expression by osmotic stress in Saccharomyces cerevisiae

      MICROBIOLOGY-UK
    28. Ma, PS; Wera, S; Van Dijck, P; Thevelein, JM
      The PDE1-encoded low-affinity phosphodiesterase in the yeast Saccharomycescerevisiae has a specific function in controlling agonist-induced cAMP signaling

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL
    29. Thevelein, JM; de Winde, JH
      Novel sensing mechanisms and targets for the cAMP-protein kinase A pathwayin the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    30. Vanhalewyn, M; Dumortier, F; Debast, G; Colombo, S; Ma, PS; Winderickx, J; Van Dijck, P; Thevelein, JM
      A mutation in Saccharomyces cerevisiae adenylate cyclase, Cyr1(K1876M), specifically affects glucose- and acidification-induced cAMP signalling and not the basal cAMP level

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    31. Kraakman, L; Lemaire, K; Ma, PS; Teunissen, AWRH; Donaton, MCV; Van Dijck, P; Winderickx, J; de Winde, JH; Thevelein, JM
      A Saccharomyces cerevisiae G-protein coupled receptor, Gpr1, is specifically required for glucose activation of the cAMP pathway during the transition to growth on glucose

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    32. Tamas, MJ; Luyten, K; Sutherland, FCW; Hernandez, A; Albertyn, J; Valadi, H; Li, H; Prior, BA; Killan, SG; Ramos, J; Gustafsson, L; Thevelein, JM; Hohmann, S
      Fps1p controls the accumulation and release of the compatible solute glycerol in yeast osmoregulation

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    33. Ma, PS; Winderickx, J; Nauwelaers, D; Dumortier, F; De Doncker, A; Thevelein, JM; Van Dijck, P
      Deletion of SFI1, a novel suppressor of partial Ras-cAMP pathway deficiency in the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae, causes G(2) arrest

      YEAST
    34. Wera, S; Degreve, B; Balzarini, J; De Clercq, E; Thevelein, JM; Neyts, J
      Budding yeast as a screening tool for discovery of nucleoside analogs for use in HSV-1 TK suicide-gene therapy

      BIOTECHNIQUES
    35. Rep, M; Reiser, V; Gartner, U; Thevelein, JM; Hohmann, S; Ammerer, G; Ruis, H
      Osmotic stress-induced gene expression in Saccharomyces cerevisiae requires Msn1p and the novel nuclear factor Hot1p

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    36. Wera, S; De Schrijver, E; Geyskens, I; Nwaka, S; Thevelein, JM
      Opposite roles of trehalase activity in heat-shock recovery and heat-shocksurvival in Saccharomyces cerevisiae

      BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL
    37. Kraakman, LS; Winderickx, J; Thevelein, JM; de Winde, JH
      Structure-function analysis of yeast hexokinase: structural requirements for triggering cAMP signalling and catabolite repression

      BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL
    38. Versele, M; de Winde, JH; Thevelein, JM
      A novel regulator of G protein signalling in yeast, Rgs2, downregulates glucose-activation of the cAMP pathway through direct inhibition of Gpa2

      EMBO JOURNAL
    39. Zentella, R; Mascorro-Gallardo, JO; Van Dijck, P; Folch-Mallol, J; Bonini, B; Van Vaeck, C; Gaxiola, R; Covarrubias, AA; Nieto-Sotelo, J; Thevelein, JM; Iturriaga, G
      A Selaginella lepidophylla trehalose-6-phosphate synthase complements growth and stress-tolerance defects in a yeast tps1 mutant

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    40. ERNANDES JR; DEMEIRSMAN C; ROLLAND F; WINDERICKX J; DEWINDE J; BRANDAO RL; THEVELEIN JM
      DURING THE INITIATION OF FERMENTATION OVEREXPRESSION OF HEXOKINASE PII IN YEAST TRANSIENTLY CAUSES A SIMILAR DEREGULATION OF GLYCOLYSIS AS DELETION OF TPS1

      Yeast
    41. COLOMBO S; MA PS; CAUWENBERG L; WINDERICKX J; CRAUWELS M; TEUNISSEN A; NAUWELAERS D; DEWINDE JH; GORWA MF; COLAVIZZA D; THEVELEIN JM
      INVOLVEMENT OF DISTINCT G-PROTEINS, GPA2 AND RAS, IN GLUCOSE-INDUCED AND INTRACELLULAR ACIDIFICATION-INDUCED CAMP SIGNALING IN THE YEAST SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE

      EMBO journal (Print)
    42. COCCETTI P; TISI R; MARTEGANI E; TEIXEIRA LS; BRANDAO RL; DEMIRANDACASTRO I; THEVELEIN JM
      THE PLC1 ENCODED PHOSPHOLIPASE-C IN THE YEAST SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE IS ESSENTIAL FOR GLUCOSE-INDUCED PHOSPHATIDYLINOSITOL TURNOVER AND ACTIVATION OF PLASMA-MEMBRANE H-ATPASE()

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Molecular cell research
    43. Bell, W; Sun, WN; Hohmann, S; Wera, S; Reinders, A; De Virgilio, C; Wiemken, A; Thevelein, JM
      Composition and functional analysis of the Saccharomyces cerevisiae trehalose synthase complex

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    44. CRAUWELS M; DONATON MCV; PERNAMBUCO MB; WINDERICKX J; DEWINDE JH; THEVELEIN JM
      THE SCH9 PROTEIN-KINASE IN THE YEAST SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE CONTROLS CAPK ACTIVITY AND IS REQUIRED FOR NITROGEN ACTIVATION OF THE FERMENTABLE-GROWTH-MEDIUM-INDUCED (FGM) PATHWAY

      Microbiology
    45. MA PS; GONCALVES T; MARETZEK A; DIAS MCL; THEVELEIN JM
      THE LAG PHASE RATHER THAN THE EXPONENTIAL-GROWTH PHASE ON GLUCOSE IS ASSOCIATED WITH A HIGHER CAMP LEVEL IN WILD-TYPE AND CAPK-ATTENUATED STRAINS OF THE YEAST SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE

      Microbiology
    46. REINDERS A; BURCKERT N; HOHMANN S; THEVELEIN JM; BOLLER T; WIEMKEN A; DEVIRGILIO C
      STRUCTURAL-ANALYSIS OF THE SUBUNITS OF THE TREHALOSE-6-PHOSPHATE SYNTHASE PHOSPHATASE COMPLEX IN SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE AND THEIR FUNCTION DURING HEAT-SHOCK/

      Molecular microbiology
    47. CRAUWELS M; WINDERICKX J; DEWINDE JH; THEVELEIN JM
      IDENTIFICATION OF GENES WITH NUTRIENT-CONTROLLED EXPRESSION BY PCR-MAPPING IN THE YEAST SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE

      Yeast
    48. JORGE JA; POLIZELI MDTM; THEVELEIN JM; TERENZI HF
      TREHALASES AND TREHALOSE HYDROLYSIS IN FUNGI

      FEMS microbiology letters
    49. FERREIRA JC; THEVELEIN JM; HOHMANN S; PASCHOALIN VMF; TRUGO LC; PANEK AD
      TREHALOSE ACCUMULATION IN MUTANTS OF SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE DELETEDIN THE UDPG-DEPENDENT TREHALOSE SYNTHASE-PHOSPHATASE COMPLEX

      Biochimica et biophysica acta (G). General subjects
    50. AMARAL FC; VANDIJCK P; NICOLI JR; THEVELEIN JM
      MOLECULAR-CLONING OF THE NEUTRAL TREHALASE GENE FROM KLUYVEROMYCES-LACTIS AND THE DISTINCTION BETWEEN NEUTRAL AND ACID TREHALASES

      Archives of microbiology
    51. ANSELL R; GRANATH K; HOHMANN S; THEVELEIN JM; ADLER L
      THE 2 ISOENZYMES FOR YEAST NAD(-DEPENDENT GLYCEROL 3-PHOSPHATE DEHYDROGENASE ENCODED BY GPD1 AND GPD2 HAVE DISTINCT ROLES IN OSMOADAPTATIONAND REDOX REGULATION())

      EMBO journal
    52. WERA S; MA PS; THEVELEIN JM
      GLUCOSE EXERTS OPPOSITE EFFECTS ON MESSENGER-RNA VERSUS PROTEIN AND ACTIVITY LEVELS OF PDE1, THE LOW-AFFINITY CAMP-PHOSPHODIESTERASE FROM BUDDING YEAST, SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE

      FEBS letters
    53. WANKE V; VAVASSORI M; THEVELEIN JM; TORTORA P; VANONI M
      REGULATION OF MALTOSE UTILIZATION IN SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE BY GENES OF THE RAS PROTEIN-KINASE-A PATHWAY

      FEBS letters
    54. PERNAMBUCO MB; WINDERICKX J; CRAUWELS M; GRIFFIOEN G; MAGER WH; THEVELEIN JM
      GLUCOSE-TRIGGERED SIGNALING IN SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE - DIFFERENT REQUIREMENTS FOR SUGAR PHOSPHORYLATION BETWEEN CELLS GROWN ON GLUCOSE AND THOSE GROWN AN NON-FERMENTABLE CARBON-SOURCES

      Microbiology
    55. PERNAMBUCO MB; WINDERICKX J; CRAUWELS M; GRIFFIOEN G; MAGER WH; THEVELEIN JM
      GLUCOSE-TRIGGERED SIGNALING IN SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE - DIFFERENT REQUIREMENTS FOR SUGAR PHOSPHORYLATION BETWEEN CELLS GROWN ON GLUCOSE AND THOSE GROWN ON NON-FERMENTABLE CARBON-SOURCES (VOL 142, PG 1775, 1996)

      Microbiology
    56. HOHMANN S; BELL W; NEVES MJ; VALCKX D; THEVELEIN JM
      EVIDENCE FOR TREHALOSE-6-PHOSPHATE-DEPENDENT AND TREHALOSE-6-PHOSPHATE-INDEPENDENT MECHANISMS IN THE CONTROL OF SUGAR INFLUX INTO YEAST GLYCOLYSIS

      Molecular microbiology
    57. WINDERICKX J; DEWINDE JH; CRAUWELS M; HINO A; HOHMANN S; VANDIJCK P; THEVELEIN JM
      REGULATION OF GENES ENCODING SUBUNITS OF THE TREHALOSE SYNTHASE COMPLEX IN SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE - NOVEL VARIATIONS OF STRE-MEDIATED TRANSCRIPTION CONTROL

      MGG. Molecular & general genetics
    58. DEWINDE JH; CRAUWELS M; HOHMANN S; THEVELEIN JM; WINDERICKX J
      DIFFERENTIAL REQUIREMENT OF THE YEAST SUGAR KINASES FOR SUGAR SENSINGIN ESTABLISHING THE CATABOLITE-REPRESSED STATE

      European journal of biochemistry
    59. DUMORTIER F; ARGUELLES JC; THEVELEIN JM
      CONSTITUTIVE GLUCOSE-INDUCED ACTIVATION OF THE RAS-CAMP PATHWAY AND ABERRANT STATIONARY-PHASE ENTRY ON A GLUCOSE-CONTAINING MEDIUM IN THE SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE GLUCOSE-REPRESSION MUTANT HEX2

      Microbiology
    60. THEVELEIN JM; HOHMANN S
      TREHALOSE SYNTHASE - GUARD TO THE GATE OF GLYCOLYSIS IN YEAST

      Trends in biochemical sciences
    61. COLOMBO S; VANDIJCK P; WINDERICKX J; HOHMANN S; THEVELEIN JM
      CONTROL OF THE RAS-ADENYLATE CYCLASE PATHWAY IN THE YEAST SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE BY THE GGS1 TPS1 GENE-PRODUCT/

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    62. DEWINDE JH; WINDERICKX J; HOHMANN S; THEVELEIN JM
      ROLE OF YEAST HEXOKINASES IN GLUCOSE-INDUCED SIGNALING, GLUCOSE REPRESSION AND CONTROL OF GLYCOLYSIS

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    63. LUYTEN K; ALBERTYN J; SKIBBE WF; PRIOR BA; RAMOS J; THEVELEIN JM; HOHMANN S
      FPS1, A YEAST MEMBER OF THE MIP FAMILY OF CHANNEL PROTEINS, IS A FACILITATOR FOR GLYCEROL UPTAKE AND EFFLUX AND IS INACTIVE UNDER OSMOTIC-STRESS

      EMBO journal
    64. NEVES MJ; HOHMANN S; BELL W; DUMORTIER F; LUYTEN K; RAMOS J; COBBAERT P; DEKONING W; KANEVA Z; THEVELEIN JM
      CONTROL OF GLUCOSE INFLUX INTO GLYCOLYSIS AND PLEIOTROPIC EFFECTS STUDIED IN DIFFERENT ISOGENIC SETS OF SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE MUTANTS INTREHALOSE BIOSYNTHESIS

      Current genetics
    65. VANDIJCK P; COLAVIZZA D; SMET P; THEVELEIN JM
      DIFFERENTIAL IMPORTANCE OF TREHALOSE IN STRESS RESISTANCE IN FERMENTING AND NONFERMENTING SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE CELLS

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    66. ALBERTYN J; HOHMANN S; THEVELEIN JM; PRIOR BA
      GENE GPD1 ENCODING GLYCEROL-3-PHOSPHATE DEHYDROGENASE IS ESSENTIAL FOR GROWTH UNDER OSMOTIC-STRESS IN SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE AND ITS EXPRESSION IS REGULATED BY THE HOG PATHWAY

      Archives internationales de physiologie, de biochimie et de biophysique
    67. VANDIJCK P; TROONBEECKX L; THEVELEIN JM
      A HIGH TREHALOSE LEVEL DURING FERMENTATIVE GROWTH IS NOT SUFFICIENT FOR CONFERRING RESISTANCE TO VARIOUS STRESS CONDITIONS IN SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE CELLS

      Archives internationales de physiologie, de biochimie et de biophysique
    68. VANHALEWYN M; THEVELEIN JM
      LCR1 - A MUTATION IN THE ADENYLATE-CYCLASE GENE

      Archives internationales de physiologie, de biochimie et de biophysique
    69. DURNEZ P; PERNAMBUCO MB; ORIS E; ARGUELLES JC; MERGELSBERG H; THEVELEIN JM
      ACTIVATION OF TREHALASE DURING GROWTH INDUCTION BY NITROGEN-SOURCES IN THE YEAST SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE DEPENDS ON THE FREE CATALYTIC SUBUNITS OF CAMP-DEPENDENT PROTEIN-KINASE, BUT NOT ON FUNCTIONAL RAS PROTEINS

      Yeast
    70. THEVELEIN JM
      SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION IN YEAST

      Yeast
    71. ALBERTYN J; HOHMANN S; THEVELEIN JM; PRIOR BA
      GPD1, WHICH ENCODES GLYCEROL-3-PHOSPHATE DEHYDROGENASE, IS ESSENTIAL FOR GROWTH UNDER OSMOTIC-STRESS IN SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE, AND ITS EXPRESSION IS REGULATED BY THE HIGH-OSMOLARITY GLYCEROL RESPONSE PATHWAY

      Molecular and cellular biology
    72. HOHMANN S; VANDIJCK P; LUYTEN K; THEVELEIN JM
      THE BYP1-3 ALLELE OF THE SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE GGS1 TPS1 GENE AND ITS MULTI-COPY SUPPRESSOR TRNA(GLN) (CAG) - GGS1/TPS1 PROTEIN-LEVELS RESTRAINING/

      Current genetics
    73. BRANDAO RL; DEMAGALHAESROCHA NM; ALIJO R; RAMOS J; THEVELEIN JM
      POSSIBLE INVOLVEMENT OF A PHOSPHATIDYLINOSITOL-TYPE SIGNALING PATHWAYIN GLUCOSE-INDUCED ACTIVATION OF PLASMA-MEMBRANE H-ATPASE AND CELLULAR PROTON EXTRUSION IN THE YEAST SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE()

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Molecular cell research
    74. LUYTEN K; ALBERTYN J; SKIBBE F; PRIOR BA; RAMOS J; THEVELEIN JM; HOHMANN S
      THE FPS1 GENE-PRODUCT FUNCTIONS AS A GLYCEROL FACILITATOR IN THE YEAST SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE

      Folia microbiologica
    75. VANAELST L; HOHMANN S; BULAYA B; DEKONING W; SIERKSTR L; NEVES MJ; LUYTEN K; ALIJO R; RAMOS J; COCCETTI P; MARTEGANI E; DEMAGALHAESROCHA NM; BRANDAO RL; VANDIJCK P; VANHALEWYN M; DURNEZ P; JANS AWH; THEVELEIN JM
      MOLECULAR-CLONING OF A GENE INVOLVED IN GLUCOSE SENSING IN THE YEAST SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE

      Molecular microbiology
    76. KRAAKMAN LS; GRIFFIOEN G; ZERP S; GROENEVELD P; THEVELEIN JM; MAGER WH; PLANTA RJ
      GROWTH-RELATED EXPRESSION OF RIBOSOMAL-PROTEIN GENES IN SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE

      MGG. Molecular & general genetics
    77. LUYTEN K; DEKONING W; TESSEUR I; RUIZ MC; RAMOS J; COBBAERT P; THEVELEIN JM; HOHMANN S
      DISRUPTION OF THE KLUYVEROMYCES-LACTIS GGS1 GENE CAUSES INABILITY TO GROW ON GLUCOSE AND FRUCTOSE AND IS SUPPRESSED BY MUTATIONS THAT REDUCE SUGAR UPTAKE

      European journal of biochemistry


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