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YHRCdelta14

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Sequence Overview

Sequences and genome annotation information for Reference Strain S288C and a select set of Alternative References.

Feature Type
long_terminal_repeat
Description
Ty1 LTR 1 2

Reference Strain: S288C

The S. cerevisiae reference genome sequence is derived from laboratory strain S288C.

Location - S288C

Depicts genomic context; mouse over to view names, coordinates, and brief descriptions. Use the links to GBrowse and ORF Map for an interactive view of this region.

View in: GBrowse | ORF Map

Subfeatures - S288C

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Feature Feature Systematic Name Feature Type Relative Coordinates Coordinates Strand Coord. Version Seq. Version

Sequence - S288C

Use the pulldown menu to view genomic DNA, coding DNA, or protein sequence for the selected strain, whenever available. Download the sequence as a .txt file using the Download button just below the sequence.

Alternative Reference Strains

Alternative Reference strains are major laboratory yeast strains with a substantial history of use and experimental results. These strains include W303, Sigma1278b, SK1, SEY6210, CEN.PK, D273-10B, JK9-3d, FL100, RM11-1a, and Y55.

Location -

Depicts genomic context; mouse over to view names, coordinates, and brief descriptions. Genomic features for Alternative Reference Strains were converted computationally from the S288C Reference using BLAT-based Batch Coordinate Conversion (liftOver) and may contain duplicate annotations in repetitive regions. These data are preliminary and subject to change without notice.

Sequence -

Use the pulldown menu to view genomic DNA, coding DNA, or protein sequence for the selected strain, whenever available. Download the sequence as a .txt file using the Download button just below the sequence.

Other Strains

Other laboratory, industrial, and environmental isolates; sequences available via the Download button.

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