Most abundant protein in yeast nucleus

Maria Costanzo maria at genome.stanford.edu
Fri Jul 19 15:22:06 EST 2002


Dear Tomas,

The Saccharomyces Genome Database
(http://genome-www.stanford.edu/Saccharomyces/) contains answers to many
of your questions. You can search for all Gene Ontology terms containing
the word 'nucleus' by entering 'nucleus' in the search box at the top of
the SGD home page; the hit list will show each term, with a list of genes
annotated to that term. Each gene name in the list is hyperlinked to its
locus page, which contains a summary of what is known about the gene and
its product, a collection of relevant literature, and links to functional
genomic data about that gene. Any free text, as well as gene names, can be
entered into the SGD search, so if you start with the name of your
favorite gene product, you should come up with any yeast genes that have
been called by that name. Good luck, and let us know
(yeast-curator at genome.stanford.edu) if you have any questions about SGD.

Best regards,
Maria

Maria C. Costanzo, Ph.D.
Senior Scientific Curator
Saccharomyces Genome Database
http://genome-www.stanford.edu/Saccharomyces/

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