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This suggests that accumulation of methylglyoxal would trigger a futile cycle based on trehalose generation and degradation, which would help to down-regulate carbon flux through the upper part of the glycolysis. Such a process has been suggested to occur in response to other stresses (Parrou, Teste, & Francois, 1997). The overview of the transcriptomic response indicates that a substantial number of stress-responsive genes are also induced by potassium starvation. It must be noted, however, that lack of potassium in the medium did not provoke the activation of an integrated stress-response element 30 Joaquín Ariño et al.
The regulated activation of proton fluxes is an essential mechanism to keep intracellular potassium concentrations sufficiently high. This view, as obtained from modelling and model-driven experimentation, shows that potassium regulation requires more than a coordinated opening and closing of transport channels and provides a further hint that responses to low potassium have an effect of metabolic activities, which in turn are used for the adaptation to low potassium. The detailed mechanisms, how these increased proton fluxes are triggered and how the cell senses the loss of intracellular potassium are still to be elucidated.
Adaptation to potassium starvation can be understood from integrated modelling and experimentation The basic model structure sketched above was recently used to study the adaptation of S. , 2012). In this work, the total potassium flux JK is given by the sum over transport fluxes across the Trk1,2 system, the Tok1 channel and the Nha1 antiporter. In addition, an equivalent potassium flux representing other, mainly non-specific transport systems was included. The proton flux JH incorporates the pumping of the H+-ATPase Pma1, proton transport across the Nha1 antiporter, and an equivalent proton flux accounting for the effect of the various secondary transport mechanisms coupled to protons.