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2. Competition of Spontaneous Protein Folding and Mitochondrial Import Causes Dual Subcellular

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3. Translationsaktivatoren der mitochondrialen Cytochrom b-Synthese in Saccaromyces cerevisiae: Membranassoziation, Mutagenese und Protein-Wechselwirkungen von Cbs1p

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4. Interactions of the yeast centromere and promoter Factor, Cpf1p, with the cytochrome c1 upstream region and Functional Implications on Regulated Gene Expression


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5. The Yeast Trimeric Guanine Nucleotide-Binding Protein α Subunit, Gpa2p, Controls the Meiosis-Specific Kinase Ime2p Activity in Response to Nutrients

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6. Two lipid-anchored cAMP-binding proteins in the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae are unrelated to the R subunit of cytoplasmic protein kinase A


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7. Glucose induces lipolytic cleavage of a glycolipidic plasma membrane anchor in yeast


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8. Lipolytic Membrane Release of Two Phosphatidylinositol-Anchored cAMP Receptor Proteins in Yeast Alters Their Ligand-Binding Parameters


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9. Protein phosphorylation in yeast mitochondria


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10. cAMP-dependent protein kinase activity in yeast mitochondria


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