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HOR7  -  Hor7p

Saccharomyces cerevisiae S288c

Synonyms: Protein A0.5, Protein HOR7, YMR251BW, YMR251W-A
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High impact information on HOR7

  • HOR7 belongs to a group of hyperosmolarity-responsive genes and encodes a small (59-residue) type I membrane protein that localizes at the plasma membrane [1].
  • Here we report the isolation of HOR7 as a multicopy suppressor of the Ca(2+)-sensitive phenotype of Deltacsg1Deltacsh1 cells [1].
  • Hor7p is not required for high Ca(2+) or Na(+) tolerance [1].
  • HOR2 and HOR7 corresponded to novel genes [2].

Associations of HOR7 with chemical compounds

  • Instead, we find that Hor7p-overproducing cells display an increased resistance to high salt, sensitivity to low pH, and a reduced uptake of methylammonium, an indicator of the plasma membrane potential [1].


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