This page lists all sequence
and annotation changes
been made to the Chromosome Mito systematic reference
sequence since its intial release on 1996-07-31.
- There have been no sequence changes to Chromosome Mito.
- The annotation of Chromosome Mito has been updated 4 times, affecting 15 features.
- Current and past versions can be obtained from SGD's Download site.
|There have been no sequence changes to Chromosome Mito|
| ||21S_rRNA_4 was merged into 21S_rRNA_3 to produce a single feature named 21S_rRNA. See GenBank AJ011856Foury F, et al. (1998) The complete sequence of the mitochondrial genome of Saccharomyces cerevisiae. FEBS Lett 440(3):325-31|
| ||9S_rRNA_1 and 9S_rRNA_5 have been deleted from SGD in order to reflect a correction in the annotation of the mitochondrial genome. Although the original GenBank entry for the complete mitochondrial sequence (AJ011856) lists two 9S ribosomal RNAs (9S_rRNA_1 and 9S_rRNA_5) the accompanying publication by Foury et al. (1998) refers to a single 9S RNA component of RNase P. It appears that the GenBank entry listed two 9S RNA genes because the mitochondrial genome is circular and 9S RNA spanned the artificial breakpoint in the linear GenBank entry. The corrected SGD Locus, RPM1, represents the complete sequence of the 9S RNA component of RNAse P, as described in Stribinskis, et al., (1996) and Foury, F, et al., (1998).Stribinskis V, et al. (1996) Yeast mitochondrial RNase P RNA synthesis is altered in an RNase P protein subunit mutant: insights into the biogenesis of a mitochondrial RNA-processing enzyme. Mol Cell Biol 16(7):3429-36|
Foury F, et al. (1998) The complete sequence of the mitochondrial genome of Saccharomyces cerevisiae. FEBS Lett 440(3):325-31
| ||The following mitochondrial origins of replication were added to the genome annotation based on Foury et al. 1998. See also GenBank: AJ011856.1.Foury F, et al. (1998) The complete sequence of the mitochondrial genome of Saccharomyces cerevisiae. FEBS Lett 440(3):325-31|
| ||An additional exon and intron were added to both AI3/Q0060 and the overlapping ORF, AI4/Q0065. These updates were made based on personal communications from both MIPS and Phil Perlman.|