A tentative nomenclature (YP number) for yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) cytoplasmic ribosomal proteins, which is used in our laboratory (Otaka and Kobata 1978; Higo and Otaka 1979), has been correlated with those of Warner and Gorenstein (1978) and several others. Our nomenclature is based on the two-dimensional gel electrophoretic pattern of proteins as analyzed by a modified method of Mets and Bogorad (1974), while others have used various modifications of Kaltschmidt and Wittmann's two-dimensional gel electrophoresis (1970). The method of correlation involved the examination in our twodimensional electrophoresis system of each protein spot excised from gel patterns prepared by Kaltschmidt and Wittmann's method or vice versa. The numbers of protein species recognized in this paper are 29 for small subunit, and 44 for large subunit. Based on these results, we propose a standard nomenclature for yeast ribosomal proteins, in which the designations YS1-YS29 and YL1-YL44 have been given to the small subunit proteins and the large subunit proteins respectively.
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