SNO4 / YMR322C Literature
All manually curated literature for the specified gene, organized by relevance to the gene and by
association with specific annotations to the gene in SGD. SGD gathers references via a PubMed search for
papers whose titles or abstracts contain “yeast” or “cerevisiae;” these papers are reviewed manually and
linked to relevant genes and literature topics by SGD curators.
- Unique References
Literature that either focuses on the gene or contains information about function, biological role,
cellular location, phenotype, regulation, structure, or disease homologs in other species for the gene
or gene product.
No primary literature curated.
Genes that share literature (indicated by the purple circles) with the specified gene (indicated by yellow circle).
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Papers that show experimental evidence for the gene or describe homologs in other species, but
for which the gene is not the paper’s principal focus.
No additional literature curated.
No reviews curated.
Gene Ontology Literature
Paper(s) associated with one or more GO (Gene Ontology) terms in SGD for the specified gene.
No gene ontology literature curated.
Paper(s) associated with one or more pieces of classical phenotype evidence in SGD for the specified gene.
No phenotype literature curated.
Paper(s) associated with one or more pieces of disease evidence in SGD, as found on the Disease page.
No disease literature curated.
Paper(s) associated with evidence supporting a physical or genetic interaction between the
specified gene and another gene in SGD. Currently, all interaction evidence is obtained from
No interaction literature curated.
Paper(s) associated with one or more pieces of regulation evidence in SGD, as found on the
No regulation literature curated.
Paper(s) associated with one or more pieces of high-throughput evidence in SGD.
No high-throughput literature curated.