Mike Cherry cherry at GENOME.STANFORD.EDU
Thu Feb 20 12:55:44 EST 1997

> An open question to the group:
> Does anyone have any information on Saccharomyces ORF2381. I am
> studying the Arabidopsis thaliana homologue of this gene, and would be
> happy to trade info.
> Thanks for any help
> Jeff
> staub at peaplant.biology.yale.edu

The standard name for that ORF is YDL097C, its on chromosome IV from
286694 to 285390 bp.  That ORF has not been given a gene name and no
information on the possible function has yet been stated.  There also
does not appear to be any other ORFs in yeast that are very similar to
this sequence.


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