Example sentences for: dinucleoside

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  • The high levels of ApppN (~100 μM) and AppppN (~10 μM) and the fact that Hnt2-containing samples continue to reduce the rate of increase in dinucleoside polyphosphates without reducing their concentrations demonstrate that heat shock induces dinucleoside polyphosphate synthesis and that Hnt2 is saturated under such conditions.

  • An added benefit of these constructions is the availability of yeast strains that possess high levels of dinucleoside polyphosphates and at the same time express a mutant Fhit-homologous protein, because these are conditions which have been postulated to constitute the signaling form of Fhit [ 16 ] . Finally, using controlled genotypes we revisited conditions that lead to increased accumulation of dinucleoside polyphosphates [ 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 ] . Recognizing that hnt2 deletion is a pathological condition, we were particular interested in identifying conditions that lead to accumulation of such compounds in cells that contain a functional HNT2 gene, rather than simply identifying conditions that produce diadenosine polyphosphate accumulation in the absence of Hnt2.

  • Here we discover a requirement of adenine biosynthesis for high-level dinucleoside polyphosphate accumulation in the absence of the Fhit homolog in S. cerevisiae . By constructing active site mutants of Hnt2 that were expressed in yeast, we demonstrate that ApppN and, to a lesser degree, AppppN levels are controlled by the Hnt2 active site.

  • Heat shock is the most effective stress for elevation of dinucleoside polyphosphates

  • In fact, because ADE2 HNT2-His109Ala strains have high levels of dinucleoside polyphosphates and an Hnt2 polypeptide, such a strain may be sensitized to secondary mutations, whether dinucleoside polyphosphates are friend or foe [ 42 ] .

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