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Physiological effects of unassembled chaperonin Cct subunits in the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae
Kabir MA,
Kaminska J,
Segel GB,
Bethlendy G,
Lin P,
Della Seta F,
Blegen C,
Swiderek KM,
Zoladek T,
Arndt KT,
Sherman F

Yeast
  22 (3): 219-239; Feb 2005  
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TIP41 interacts with TAP42 and negatively regulates the TOR signaling pathway
Jacinto E,
Guo B,
Arndt KT,
Schmelzle T,
Hall MN

Molecular Cell
  8 (5): 1017-1026; Nov 2001  
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Nutrients, via the Tor proteins, stimulate the association of Tap42 with type 2A phosphatases
Di Como CJ,
Arndt KT

Genes Dev
  10 (15): 1904-16; Aug 1 1996  
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The SAP, a new family of proteins, associate and function positively with the SIT4 phosphatase
Luke MM,
Della Seta F,
Di Como CJ,
Sugimoto H,
Kobayashi R,
Arndt KT

Mol Cell Biol
  16 (6): 2744-55; Jun 1996  
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Transcriptional regulation of the yeast DnaJ homologue SIS1
Zhong T,
Luke MM,
Arndt KT

J Biol Chem
  271 (3): 1349-56; Jan 19 1996  
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The yeast SIS1 protein, a DnaJ homolog, is required for the initiation of translation
Zhong T,
Arndt KT

Cell
  73 (6): 1175-86; Jun 18 1993  
[Abstract]


SIT4 protein phosphatase is required for the normal accumulation of SWI4, CLN1, CLN2, and HCS26 RNAs during late G1
Fernandez-Sarabia MJ,
Sutton A,
Zhong T,
Arndt KT

Genes Dev
  6 (12): 2417-28; Dec 1992  
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Characterization of SIS1, a Saccharomyces cerevisiae homologue of bacterial dnaJ proteins
Luke MM,
Sutton A,
Arndt KT

J Cell Biol
  114 (4): 623-38; Aug 1991  
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RAP1 is required for BAS1/BAS2- and GCN4-dependent transcription of the yeast HIS4 gene
Devlin C,
Tice-Baldwin K,
Shore D,
Arndt KT

Molecular Cellular Biology
  11 (7): 3642-51; Jul 1991  
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The SIT4 protein phosphatase functions in late G1 for progression into S phase
Sutton A,
Immanuel D,
Arndt KT

Molecular Cellular Biology
  11 (4): 2133-48; Apr 1991  
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The SIT4 protein phosphatase is required in late G1 for progression into S phase
Sutton A,
Lin F,
Arndt KT

Cold Spring Harb Symp Quant Biol
  56 (0): 75-81; 1991  
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Progression from G1 to S Phase Requires the Sit4 Protein Phosphatase
Arndt KT,
Sutton A

FASEB Journal
  4 (7): A2172; 1990  


BAS1 has a Myb motif and activates HIS4 transcription only in combination with BAS2
Tice-Baldwin K,
Fink GR,
Arndt KT

Science
  246 (4932): 931-5; Nov 17 1989  
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A Suppressor of a His4 Transcriptional Defect Encodes a Protein with Homology to the Catalytic Subunit of Protein Phosphatases
Arndt KT,
Styles CA,
Fink GR

Cell
  56 (4): 527-538; 1989  
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