PHO81 protein (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) - STRING interaction network
"PHO81" - Cyclin-dependent kinase in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
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PHO81Cyclin-dependent kinase (CDK) inhibitor, regulates Pho80p-Pho85p and Pcl7p-Pho85p cyclin-CDK complexes in response to phosphate levels; inhibitory activity for Pho80p-Pho85p requires myo-D-inositol heptakisphosphate (IP7) generated by Vip1p; Inhibits the kinase activity of the cyclin-CDKs PHO80- PHO85 and PCL7-PHO85 under low-phosphate conditions (1178 aa)    
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Cyclin-dependent kinase, with ten cyclin partners; involved in regulating the cellular response to nutrient levels and environmental conditions and progression through the cell cycle; Cyclin-dependent protein kinase (CDK) catalytic subunit that regulates multiple cell cycle and metabolic processes in response to nutrient availability. Associates with different cyclins, that control kinase activity, substrate specificity and subcellular location of the kinase. Favorable growth conditions always result in activated cyclin-CDK complexes. Regulates metabolic processes when associated with [...] (305 aa)
Cyclin, interacts with cyclin-dependent kinase Pho85p; regulates the response to nutrient levels and environmental conditions, including the response to phosphate limitation and stress-dependent calcium signaling; Cyclin partner of the cyclin-dependent kinase (CDK) PHO85. Negatively regulates the expression of phosphate- starvation-responsive genes under phosphate-rich conditions. The PHO80-PHO85 cyclin-CDK holoenzyme phosphorylates and inactivates the transcription factor PHO4, by preventing its association with the transcription factor PHO2 and the nuclear import receptor PSE1, and b [...] (293 aa)
Adenylate cyclase, required for cAMP production and cAMP-dependent protein kinase signaling; the cAMP pathway controls a variety of cellular processes, including metabolism, cell cycle, stress response, stationary phase, and sporulation; Plays essential roles in regulation of cellular metabolism by catalyzing the synthesis of a second messenger, cAMP (2026 aa)
Basic helix-loop-helix (bHLH) transcription factor of the myc-family; activates transcription cooperatively with Pho2p in response to phosphate limitation; binding to ’CACGTG’ motif is regulated by chromatin restriction, competitive binding of Cbf1p to the same DNA binding motif and cooperation with Pho2p; function is regulated by phosphorylation at multiple sites and by phosphate availability; Transcriptional activator that regulates the expression of repressible phosphatase under phosphate starvation conditions. Binds to the upstream activating sequence (UAS) of several phosphatase e [...] (312 aa)
High-affinity inorganic phosphate (Pi) transporter and low-affinity manganese transporter; regulated by Pho4p and Spt7p; mutation confers resistance to arsenate; exit from the ER during maturation requires Pho86p; High-affinity transporter for external inorganic phosphate. Is not an essential protein, since a constitutive, low affinity pI transporter exists in yeast (587 aa)
Pho85p cyclin of the Pho80p subfamily, forms a functional kinase complex with Pho85p which phosphorylates Mmr1p and is regulated by Pho81p; involved in glycogen metabolism, expression is cell-cycle regulated; Cyclin partner of the cyclin-dependent kinase (CDK) PHO85. Together with cyclin PCL6, controls glycogen phosphorylase and glycogen synthase activities in response to nutrient availablility. The PCL7-PHO85 cyclin-CDK holoenzyme has GLC8 kinase activity and phosphorylates and inactivates the phosphatase PP1-2 inhibitor GLC8, causing activation of PP1-2, which then dephosphorylates a [...] (285 aa)
Repressible acid phosphatase (1 of 3) that also mediates extracellular nucleotide-derived phosphate hydrolysis; secretory pathway derived cell surface glycoprotein; induced by phosphate starvation and coordinately regulated by PHO4 and PHO2; Partially mediates extracellular nucleotide derived phosphate hydrolysis along with NPP1 and NPP2 (467 aa)
Hsp90 chaperone required for pheromone signaling and negative regulation of Hsf1p; docks with Tom70p for mitochondrial preprotein delivery; promotes telomerase DNA binding and nucleotide addition; interacts with Cns1p, Cpr6p, Cpr7p, Sti1p; Molecular chaperone that promotes the maturation, structural maintenance and proper regulation of specific target proteins involved in cell cycle control and signal transduction. Undergoes a functional cycle that is linked to its ATPase activity. The nucleotide-free form of the dimer is found in an open conformation in which the N-termini are not dim [...] (709 aa)
Mitochondrial ribosome recycling factor, essential for mitochondrial protein synthesis and for the maintenance of the respiratory function of mitochondria; Necessary for protein synthesis in mitochondria. Function as a ribosome recycling factor in mitochondria (230 aa)
CAP (cyclase-associated protein) subunit of adenylyl cyclase complex; N-terminus binds adenylyl cyclase and facilitates activation by RAS; C-terminus binds ADP-actin monomers, facilitating regulation of actin dynamics and cell morphogenesis; The N-terminal domain binds to adenylyl cyclase, thereby enabling adenylyl cyclase to be activated by upstream regulatory signals, such as Ras. The C-terminal domain is required for normal cellular morphology and growth control (526 aa)
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Saccharomyces cerevisiae
NCBI taxonomy Id: 4932
Other names: Candida robusta, Pachytichospora, S. cerevisiae, Saccharomyces, Saccharomyces capensis, Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Saccharomyces italicus, Saccharomyces oviformis, Saccharomyces uvarum var. melibiosus, lager beer yeast, yeast
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