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Cathy Ball ball at GENOME.STANFORD.EDU
Wed Jun 26 18:06:28 EST 1996

Dear Chris--

The reason you're having difficulty finding an ORF with the name U51921 
is that it is an incomplete name.  There are 12 ORFs derived from the 
GenBank sequence YSCL9362, all of which start with the letters U51921.  
Each coding sequence is differentiated by a second number (for example, 
in SGD, 
U51921_1.cds is the first coding sequence in that larger GenBank 
sequence, U51921_2.cds is the second, and so on).  If the ORF you're 
looking for has U51921 in its name, it must be contained within the 
larger YSCL9362 sequence.

Please contact SGD if you need more help.


Cathy Ball
Database Curator
Saccharomyces Genome Database
Dept. of Genetics, Stanford University
yeast-curator at genome.stanford.edu

On Wed, 26 Jun 1996, hazuka wrote:

> i need to access a yeast ORF sequence but can't seem to do it by
> retrieve.  The access number for gi is U51921.  When i access this i get a
> long cosmid sequence that does not actually include the sequence i need. 
> if there is someone out there with knowledge of the yeast databases i
> would appreciate some advice.  thanks in advance.  chris

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