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Experimental approaches to evaluate cellular response to Potassium limitation. For this purpose, a series of isogenic strains derived from BY4741 and lacking one (TRK1 or TRK2) or both TRK genes encoding specific potassium uptake systems was constructed using the homologous recombination and Cre-lox system.
Submitter: Simon Borger
Studies: Analysis of proton and potassium fluxes, Experimental approaches to determine the dependence of volume, pH and me..., Ion Flux Changes, Key Cell-Physiological Parameters, Long Term Metabolomic Profile, Proteomic Studies, Pysiological Model, Transcriptional Profile
Assays: 2D-Gel Electrophoresis, Ammonium fluxes, External Potassium Concentration, External pH changes, HPLC-MS, How does internal potassium change (/decrease) during several hours of p..., How starvation affect protein content in yeast cells, LacZ Reporters, Membrane Potential, NMR, Potassium fluxes, Protein Concentration, Protein Identification - MS, Proton fluxes, RT-PCR, Stable membrane potential, Stable pH, Stable potassium concentration, Stable volume, Time Course Micro Array Experiment, Time courses of the internal pH changes, Volume determination during starvation at different times.
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Cells are starved. Potassium and subsequently glucose are added to the medium. Proton and potassium fluxes across the plasma membrane are recorded before and after these events for WT and mutants lacking specific transporter proteins.