Phosphodiesterase PdeD, dynacortin, and a Kelch repeat-containing protein are direct GSK3 substrates in Dictyostelium that contribute to chemotaxis towards cAMP

Kimberly Baumgardner
Kimberly Baumgardner
Connie Lin
Connie Lin
Jesus Lacal
Jesus Lacal

Environmental microbiology, 2018.

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Abstract:

The migration of cells according to a diffusible chemical signal in their environment is called chemotaxis, and the slime mold Dictyostelium discoideum is widely used for the study of eukaryotic chemotaxis. Dictyostelium must sense chemicals, such as cAMP, secreted during starvation to move toward the sources of the signal. Previous work ...More

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