Pulsating glucose flux in yeast

Maitra, P. K. (1966) Pulsating glucose flux in yeast Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, 25 (4). pp. 462-467. ISSN 0006-291X

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The entry and the utilization of glucose by washed cell suspension of Saccharomyces fragilis x Saccharomyces dobzhanskii are oscillatory. The duration of the stimulated and inhibited periods is variable and ranges from 10 to 45 seconds at 25 C. No obvious phase relationship between the rates of uptake and utilization of glucose has been observed. It is suggested that the entry into and utilization of glucose by the yeast cell is controlled by feedback through some product(s) of glucose metabolism.

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