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The mutation F227I increases the coupling of metal ion transport in DCT1.
Nevo Y, Nelson N
Journal of Biological Chemistry (2004)
Category: heavy metals, ion channels ¤ Added: Jan 3rd, 2005 ¤ Rating: ◊◊
Zinc suppresses the iron-accumulation phenotype of Saccharomyces cerevisiae lacking the yeast frataxin homologue (Yfh1).
Santos R, Dancis A, Eide D, Camadro JM, Lesuisse E
Biochemical Journal (2003)
Category: heavy metals, iron, mitochondrial diseases ¤ Added: Apr 6th, 2004 ¤ Rating: ◊◊
TRASH: a novel metal-binding domain predicted to be involved in heavy-metal sensing, trafficking and resistance.
Ettema TJ, Huynen MA, de Vos WM, van der Oost J
Trends in Biochemical Sciences (2003)
Category: heavy metals ¤ Added: Mar 1st, 2004 ¤ Rating: ◊◊
Fre1p Cu2+ reduction and Fet3p Cu1+ oxidation modulate copper toxicity in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
Shi X, Stoj C, Romeo A, Kosman DJ, Zhu Z
Journal of Biological Chemistry (2003)
Category: heavy metals ¤ Added: Feb 5th, 2004 ¤ Rating: ◊◊
Saccharomyces cerevisiae expresses three functionally distinct homologues of the nramp family of metal transporters.
Portnoy ME, Liu XF, Culotta VC
Molecular and Cellular Biology (2000)
Category: heavy metals ¤ Added: Jan 16th, 2004 ¤ Rating: ◊◊
Transition metal speciation in the cell: insights from the chemistry of metal ion receptors.
Finney LA, O'Halloran TV
Science (2003)
Category: heavy metals ¤ Added: Jul 3rd, 2003 ¤ Rating:
Copper transport by lobster (Homarus americanus) hepatopancreatic mitochondria.
Chavez-Crooker P, Garrido N, Ahearn GA
Journal of Experimental Biology (2002)
Category: heavy metals ¤ Added: Apr 29th, 2003 ¤ Rating: ◊
Responses of plants to iron, zinc and copper deficiencies.
Wintz H, Fox T, Vulpe C
Biochemical Society Transactions (2002)
Category: heavy metals, iron ¤ Added: Feb 28th, 2003 ¤ Rating: ◊◊
Role of proteolysis in copper homoeostasis.
Solioz M
Biochemical Society Transactions (2002)
Category: heavy metals ¤ Added: Feb 28th, 2003 ¤ Rating: ◊◊
Biochemical and genetic analyses of yeast and human high affinity copper transporters suggest a conserved mechanism for copper uptake.
Puig S, Lee J, Lau M, Thiele DJ
Journal of Biological Chemistry (2002)
Category: heavy metals ¤ Added: Sep 18th, 2002 ¤ Rating: ◊◊