DATA BASE?: STE2 & STE3: yeast & humans.

Teresa Binstock binstoct at essex.UCHSC.edu
Thu Mar 14 20:08:09 EST 1996


On Thu, 14 Mar 1996, Teresa Binstock wrote:

> QUESTION about data base, if any:
> 
> In one study findable via OVID search of Medline, STE2 and STE3 are 
> described as occurring in the human thymic epithelium. Otherwise, all the 
> other STE2 and STE3 studies refer to cell-surface receptors occurring in 
> Saccharomyces Cerevisiae. Many S. Cerevisiae genes and molecules have 
> homologues in mammals including humans. In fact, some human molecules 
> function in yeast and vice versa.
> 	I would like to "pin-down" whether or not the human STE2 and STE3 
> molecules reported by Patel et al are homologous to S. Cerevisiae 
> molecules with the same nomenclature. 
> 	Are there data bases other than Medline that would yield such 
> information? 
> 
> I would be very appreciative of being informed about such data bases and 
> how to access them. E-mails directly to me would be appreciated and/or to 
> the newsgroups if such distribution is appropriate.
> 
> 
> 
> au: Patel et al
> so: Journal of Clinical Immunology 15.2.80-92 1995
> ti: Characterization of human thymic epithelial cell surface antigens:
>        phenotypic similarity of thymic epithelial cells to epidermal 
>           keratinocytes.
> 
> 
> Thank you,
> 
> 
> Teresa 
> 
> 
> Teresa C. Binstock, Researcher
> Developmental & Behavioral Neuroanatomy
> Denver CO USA
> 			Teresa.Binstock at uchsc.edu




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