SUC2 protein (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) - STRING interaction network
"SUC2" - Invertase, sucrose hydrolyzing enzyme in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
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SUC2Invertase, sucrose hydrolyzing enzyme; a secreted, glycosylated form is regulated by glucose repression, and an intracellular, nonglycosylated enzyme is produced constitutively (532 aa)    
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Hexokinase isoenzyme 2 that catalyzes phosphorylation of glucose in the cytosol; predominant hexokinase during growth on glucose; functions in the nucleus to repress expression of HXK1 and GLK1 and to induce expression of its own gene; Main glucose phosphorylating enzyme. May play a regulatory role in both induction and repression of gene expression by glucose (486 aa)
Putative hexokinase; transcript is upregulated during sporulation and the unfolded protein response; YLR446W is not an essential gene (433 aa)
Hexokinase isoenzyme 1, a cytosolic protein that catalyzes phosphorylation of glucose during glucose metabolism; expression is highest during growth on non-glucose carbon sources; glucose-induced repression involves the hexokinase Hxk2p (485 aa)
Glucokinase, catalyzes the phosphorylation of glucose at C6 in the first irreversible step of glucose metabolism; one of three glucose phosphorylating enzymes; expression regulated by non-fermentable carbon sources; Two isoenzymes, hexokinase-1 and hexokinase-2, can phosphorylate keto- and aldohexoses in yeast, whereas a third isoenzyme, GLK, is specific for aldohexoses. All glucose phosphorylating enzymes are involved in glucose uptake (500 aa)
Maltase (alpha-D-glucosidase), inducible protein involved in maltose catabolism; encoded in the MAL3 complex locus; functional in genomic reference strain S288C; hydrolyzes the disaccharides maltose, turanose, maltotriose, and sucrose (584 aa)
Maltase (alpha-D-glucosidase), inducible protein involved in maltose catabolism; encoded in the MAL1 complex locus; hydrolyzes the disaccharides maltose, turanose, maltotriose, and sucrose (584 aa)
Non-essential protein of unknown function required for transcriptional induction of the early meiotic-specific transcription factor IME1; required for sporulation; expression is regulated by glucose-repression transcription factors Mig1/2p; Putative glucokinase involved in phosphorylation of aldohexoses and glucose uptake (By similarity). Involved in sporulation. Required for the full activation of the early meiotic inducer IME1 (500 aa)
Alpha-glucosidase with broad substrate specificity for alpha-1,4- and alpha-1,6-glucosides; member of IMA isomaltase family; not required for isomaltose utilization, but Ima4p overexpression allows the ima1 null mutant to grow on isomaltose; Alpha-glucosidase with broad substrate specificity for alpha-1,4- and alpha-1,6-glucosides. Not required for isomaltose utilization, but overexpression allows the IMA1 null mutant to grow on isomaltose (589 aa)
Major isomaltase (alpha-1,6-glucosidase) required for isomaltose utilization; has specificity for isomaltose, palatinose, and methyl-alpha-glucoside; member of the IMA isomaltase family; Major isomaltase (alpha-1,6-glucosidase) required for isomaltose utilization. Preferentially hydrolyzes isomaltose, palatinose, and methyl-alpha-glucoside, with little activity towards isomaltotriose or longer oligosaccharides. Does not hydrolyze maltose (589 aa)
General transcriptional co-repressor, acts together with Tup1p; also acts as part of a transcriptional co-activator complex that recruits the SWI/SNF and SAGA complexes to promoters; can form the prion [OCT+]; Acts as component of the CYC8-TUP1 corepressor complex which is involved in the repression of many genes in a wide variety of physiological processes including heme-regulated and catabolite repressed genes. May also be involved in the derepression of at least some target genes. The complex is recruited to target genes by interaction with DNA-bound transcriptional repressors, like [...] (966 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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