Sequences and genome annotation information for Reference Strain S288C and a select set of Alternative References.
The S. cerevisiae reference genome sequence is derived from laboratory strain 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.
|Evidence ID||Analyze ID||Feature||Feature Systematic Name||Feature Type||Relative Coordinates||Coordinates||Strand||Coord. Version||Seq. Version|
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.
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.
Other laboratory, industrial, and environmental isolates; sequences available via the Download button.
Documentation of sequence and/or annotation changes that have been made or proposed in the Reference strain S288C, and that directly affect this gene by altering the start, stop, intron structure, or amino acid sequence. Also includes information regarding sequence changes in adjacent intergenic regions. May also contain notes and references for the mapping of this gene.
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|Evidence ID||Analyze ID||Gene||Gene Systematic Name||Date||Note||References|