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S. cerevisiae/S. pombe homology

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Mon Jan 14 12:04:47 EST 2002

> hi yeasters,
> is anyone aware of efforts to systematically identify
> conserved/nonconserved regions between S. pombe and S. cerevisiae, esp. in
> noncoding regions?
> thanks in advance.
> -dh
> -david haynor (haynor at u.washington.edu)
> department of radiology
> box 356004
> university of washington
> seattle, WA 98195
> (206) 543-3320

The S. pombe sequencing project folk are certainly looking at this in coding regions.
I don't know if there is any attempt to do it in non-coding regions.  They are not related
organisms, and just based on looking at homologous genes, they don't look much alike
outside of the ORFs.  You might contact Val Wood, val at sanger.ac.uk, who runs the pombe
sequencing project.  She would know what has been done systematically.

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