How many non-protein coding genes in yeast?

Peter Hodges ph at proteome.com
Thu Sep 17 15:23:03 EST 1998


Unfortunately, the Yeast Proteome Database does not (yet) have Report
pages for non-protein coding genes, but courtesy of MIPS
(http://www.mips.biochem.mpg.de/mips/yeast/index.htmlx)

Yeast Non-coding Genes:

rRNA
             35S rRNA (giving rise to 18S, 5.8S and 25S rRNAs)
100-200
             5s
rRNA
100-200
tRNA
275
spliceosomal
snRNA
5
rRNA processing
snoRNA                                                               72
RNAse MRP (NME1)
RNA                                                                1
RNAse P
RNA
1
telomerase
RNA
1
signal recognition particle (scR1)
RNA                                               1


plus mitochondrial 21S, 15S and 9S rRNAs and 24 tRNAs               27


total= 583-783 genes




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