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Yeast. 1996 Sep;12(10B Suppl):999-1004.

Sequence of 29 kb around the PDR10 locus on the right arm of Saccharomyces cerevisiae chromosome XV: similarity to part of chromosome I.

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Department of Genetics, University of Dublin, Trinity College, Ireland.


We report a 29,445 bp sequence from the right arm of yeast chromosome XV. It contains the genes MYO2, SNC2, PDR10, SCD5 (also called FTB1), MIP1, VMA4, MRS2, ALA1, KRE5, TEA1, and a homologue of YAL034c. Several discrepancies with previously published sequences were found. PDR10 encodes a protein highly similar to the pleiotropic drug resistance protein Pdr5p. This sequence contig forms part of a region of extended similarity to part of the left arm of chromosome I, which is a relic of an ancient duplicated chromosomal region.

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