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BIE034 at news.salford.ac.uk BIE034 at news.salford.ac.uk
Thu Nov 30 15:41:47 EST 1995

	As part of my university course I have to perform sequence 
analyses on unknown (to me anyway) yeast DNA sequences. My task is to 
identify coding regions and the proteins they code for. Since I have 
had no formal training in any of these methods I would appreciate any 
pertinent advice (there seems to be a bewildering array of techniques 
at my disposal). I have come to the conclusion that the best approach 
would be to identify ORFs using a combination of methods such as those 
by Fickett and Shepard. Then to submit them for FASTA and BLAST 
searches on-line. Does anyone know any codon biases for S.cerevisiae?
Does anyone know of any more comprehensive approaches?

		Thank you for your help,

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