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Yeast and temperature

David Humair david.humair at bota.unine.ch
Wed Dec 1 10:31:03 EST 1999


Hi,
I'm working on plant protein targeting to the yeast vacuole. I have seen
in many publications that authors grow yeast at 260C rather than at
300C. Do you know why? Do you know if vacuolar proteases are less active
at 260C?

Thank you for your help

David

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David Humair
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