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Figure S2. (A) ERAD and vacuole-dependent degradation of SZ* was assayed by cycloheximide chase after treatment with the proteasomal inhibitor MG132 or ...

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Figure S1. (A) The potential ERAD dependence of SZ was assayed by cycloheximide chase after treatment with the proteasomal inhibitor MG132 or the vehicle DMSO. (B) The stability of SZ* in both wild-type and kar2-1 strains was determined by cycloheximide chase analysis. Data represent means ±SE of three independent experiments.



Figure S2. (A) ERAD and vacuole-dependent degradation of SZ* was assayed by cycloheximide chase after treatment with the proteasomal inhibitor MG132 or the vehicle DMSO in pdr5ΔPEP4 and pep4Δpdr5Δ yeast. Data represent the means ±SE of three independent experiments. (B) The stability of SZ* in wild-type and the indicated autophagy defective mutants was determined by cycloheximide chase analysis.

Figure S3. (A) ERAD dependence of GFP tagged SZ* was assayed by cycloheximide chase in wild-type and mutant yeast lacking ER-resident E3 ligases HRD1 and/or DOA10. Apparent differences in degradation rate between the strains were not statistically significant. (B) Stability of SZ* in wild-type and an endocytosis defective mutant was determined by cycloheximide chase analysis. Data represent means ±SE of three independent experiments.

Figure S4. (A) Heat-shock induction was measured in a reporter assay that assesses beta-galactosidase activity. (B-C) The ERAD dependence of SZ* with constitutive HSR induction was assayed by measuring both (B) steady-state levels and (C) by a cycloheximide chase assay. Data represent means ±SE of three independent experiments. ** denotes p