Is MEC1 essential for viability or not?
mabu at rz.uni-sb.de
Wed Sep 26 01:39:55 EST 2001
I am not working on MEC1 but did you check the Saccharomyces genome
They say that the null mutant is inviable but overproduction of Rad53p
rescues some mec1 alleles. Do you have reason to doubt this?
> I have a what might appear to be galactically stupid question: is
> MEC1 essential for viability in budding yeast? I have seen different
> reports and am genuinely confused. I'd appreciate it if someone could
> explain to me.
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