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Representative strains carrying other ste gene mutations had normal adenylate cyclase activity. Mutations in ste5 result in nonmating at the restrictive temperature and this phenotype occurs whether the cells are of the a or a mating type. In addition, Liao and Thorner (1980) observed that adenylate cyclase was present in membranes of a haploids and a/a diploids and in both cases was inhibited by a factor. In vivo a factor has no effect on a cells or a/ a diploids. The authors suggest that the biochemical mechanism of a factor action involved its inhibition of the adenylate cyclase in the plasma membrane of a cells.

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