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Reference: de Zamaroczy M and Bernardi G (1986) The primary structure of the mitochondrial genome of Saccharomyces cerevisiae--a review. Gene 47(2-3):155-77

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We have collated and compiled all the available primary structure data on the mitochondrial genome of Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Data concern 78,500 bp, namely 92% of the 'long' genomes; they are derived from several laboratory strains. Interstrain differences belong to three classes: a small number of large deletions/additions, mainly concerning introns; a large number of small (10-150 bp) deletions/additions located in the intergenic sequences; 1-3 bp deletions/additions and point mutations; the interstrain sequence divergence due to the latter, is of the order of 2% for the strains compared; this low value is, however, an overestimate because of sequence mistakes.RF - 63

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