I've made a collection of about a hundred and twenty S. cerevisiae introns
and so far p68 is theonly one larger than yours (at 1001nt). I'd be
grateful if you could send me any info on your beast (if that's okay) for
my files. Someday. I hope to do something with my list, but...
"The onions expressed here are my own"
On 24 Aug 1995, Doug Portman wrote:
>> I'm in the process of characterizing a novel S. cerevisiae gene which has
> an intron of 766 bp. Does anyone know how many yeast genes contain
> introns larger than this? The only one I've been able to find is DBP2,
> the yeast gene for the p68 RNA helicase, which contains a 1-kb intron
> (MCB 11:1326, 1991).
>> Thanks for your help!
>> Doug Portman
> Graduate Student in Molecular Biology, University of Pennsylvania
>doug at genetics.upenn.edu>doug at quicklink.com (preferred address)