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    1. Kumar, A; Hirochika, H
      Applications of retrotransposons as genetic tools in plant biology

      TRENDS IN PLANT SCIENCE
    2. Kawarabayasi, Y; Hino, Y; Horikawa, H; Jin-no, K; Takahashi, M; Sekine, M; Baba, S; Ankai, A; Kosugi, H; Hosoyama, A; Fukui, S; Nagai, Y; Nishijima, K; Otsuka, R; Nakazawa, H; Takamiya, M; Kato, Y; Yoshizawa, T; Tanaka, T; Kudoh, Y; Yamazaki, J; Kushida, N; Oguchi, A; Aoki, K; Masuda, S; Yanagii, M; Nishimura, M; Yamagishi, A; Oshima, T; Kikuchi, H
      Complete genome sequence of an aerobic thermoacidophilic crenarchaeon, Sulfolobus tokodaii strain7

      DNA RESEARCH
    3. Palmgren, MG
      Plant plasma membrane H+-ATPases: Powerhouses for nutrient uptake

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    4. Zhang, HB; Wu, CC
      BAC as tools for genome sequencing

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
    5. Sanchez, M; Revuelta, JL; del Rey, F; Gwilliam, R; Skelton, J; Churcher, C; Rajandream, M; Wood, V; Barrell, B; Lyne, R; Reinhardt, R; Borzym, K; Beck, A; Moreno, S; Dominguez, A
      Analysis of 41 kb of the DNA sequence from the right arm of chromosome II of Schizosaccharomyces pombe

      YEAST
    6. Galperin, MY; Nikolskaya, AN; Koonin, EV
      Novel domains of the prokaryotic two-component signal transduction systems

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY LETTERS
    7. Janssen, CS; Barrett, MP; Lawson, D; Quail, MA; Harris, D; Bowman, S; Phillips, RS; Turner, CMR
      Gene discovery in Plasmodium chabaudi by genome survey sequencing

      MOLECULAR AND BIOCHEMICAL PARASITOLOGY
    8. Ikekawa, A; Ikekawa, S
      Fruits of Human Genome Project and private venture, and their impact on life science

      YAKUGAKU ZASSHI-JOURNAL OF THE PHARMACEUTICAL SOCIETY OF JAPAN
    9. Malykh, AG; Zhurov, VG; Saifitdinova, AF; Deryusheva, SE; Gaginskaya, ER
      Structural and functional characterization of a centromeric highly repetitive DNA sequence of Fringilla coelebs L, (Aves : Passeriformes)

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    10. Degrave, WM; Melville, S; Ivens, A; Aslett, M
      Parasite genome initiatives

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL FOR PARASITOLOGY
    11. Chow, TY; Chao, YT; Liu, SM; Wu, HP; Chu, MK; Chen, CS; Hsing, YIC
      Characterization of a 10 cM region of rice chromosome 5

      BOTANICAL BULLETIN OF ACADEMIA SINICA
    12. Sano, K; Yabuki, K; Imagawa, Y; Shiina, T; Mizuki, N; Ohno, S; Kulski, JK; Inoko, H
      The absence of disease-specific polymorphisms within the HLA-B51 gene thatis the susceptible locus for Behcet's disease

      TISSUE ANTIGENS
    13. Kato, T; Kaneko, T; Sato, S; Nakamura, Y; Tabata, S
      Complete structure of the chloroplast genome of a legume, Lotus japonicus

      DNA RESEARCH
    14. Kaneko, T; Nakamura, Y; Sato, S; Asamizu, E; Kato, T; Sasamoto, S; Watanabe, A; Idesawa, K; Ishikawa, A; Kawashima, K; Kimura, T; Kishida, Y; Kiyokawa, C; Kohara, M; Matsumoto, M; Matsuno, A; Mochizuki, Y; Nakayama, S; Nakazaki, N; Shimpo, S; Sugimoto, M; Takeuchi, C; Yamada, M; Tabata, S
      Complete genome structure of the nitrogen-fixing symbiotic bacterium Mesorhizobium loti

      DNA RESEARCH
    15. Nishigaki, K; Akasaka, K; Hasegawa, T
      Random PCR-based genome sequencing: A non-divide-and-conquer strategy

      DNA RESEARCH
    16. Bowman, S; Horrocks, P
      Assessing the impact of Plasmodium falciparum genome sequencing

      MICROBES AND INFECTION
    17. Orias, E
      Toward sequencing the Tetrahymena genome: Exploiting the gift of nuclear dimorphism

      JOURNAL OF EUKARYOTIC MICROBIOLOGY
    18. Sucgang, R; Shaulsky, G; Kuspa, A
      Toward the functional analysis of the Dictyostelium discoideum genome

      JOURNAL OF EUKARYOTIC MICROBIOLOGY
    19. Lucas, M; Lyne, M; Lepingle, A; Rochet, M; Gaillardin, C
      Sequence analysis of two cosmids from the right arm of the Schizosaccharomyces pombe chromosome II

      YEAST
    20. Lucas, M; Gwillam, R; Lepingle, A; Lyne, M; Rajandream, MA; Rochet, M; Wood, V; Gaillardin, C
      Sequence analysis of two cosmids from Schizosaccharomyces pombe chromosomeIII

      YEAST
    21. Marin, I; Llorens, C
      Ty3/Gypsy retrotransposons: Description of new Arabidopsis thaliana elements and evolutionary perspectives derived from comparative genomic data

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY AND EVOLUTION
    22. Terol, J; Bargues, M; Perez-Alonso, M
      ZFWD: a novel subfamily of plant proteins containing a C3H zinc finger andseven WD40 repeats

      GENE
    23. McArthur, AG; Morrison, HG; Nixon, JEJ; Passamaneck, NQE; Kim, U; Hinkle, G; Crocker, MK; Holder, ME; Farr, R; Reich, CI; Olsen, GE; Aley, SB; Adam, RD; Gillin, FD; Sogin, ML
      The Giardia genome project database

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY LETTERS
    24. van Ommen, GJB
      Human genetics in health care

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PEDIATRICS
    25. Myler, PJ; Sisk, E; McDonagh, PD; Martinez-Calvillo, S; Schnaufer, A; Sunkin, SM; Yan, S; Madhubala, R; Ivens, A
      Genomic organization and gene function in Leishmania

      BIOCHEMICAL SOCIETY TRANSACTIONS
    26. Wambutt, R; Murphy, G; Volckaert, G; Pohl, T; Dusterhoft, A; Stiekema, W; Entian, KD; Terryn, N; Harris, B; Ansorge, W; Brandt, P; Grivell, L; Rieger, M; Weichselgartner, M; de Simone, V; Obermaier, B; Mache, R; Muller, M; Kreis, M; Delseny, M; Puigdomenech, P; Watson, M; Schmidtheini, T; Reichert, B; Portatelle, D; Perez-Alonso, M; Boutry, M; Bancroft, I; Vos, P; Hoheisel, J; Zimmermann, W; Wedler, H; Ridley, P; Langham, SA; McCullagh, B; Bilham, L; Robben, J; Van der Schueren, J; Grymonprez, B; Chuang, YJ; Vandenbussche, F; Braeken, M; Weltjens, I; Voet, M; Bastiaens, I; Aert, R; Defoor, E; Weitzenegger, T; Bothe, G; Ramsperger, U; Hilbert, H; Braun, M; Holzer, E; Brandt, A; Peters, S; van Staveren, M; Dirkse, W; Mooijman, P; Lankhorst, RK; Rose, M; Hauf, J; Kotter, P; Berneiser, S; Hempel, S; Feldpausch, M; Lamberth, S; Van den Daele, H; De Keyser, A; Buysshaert, C; Gielen, J; Villarroel, R; De Clercq, R; Van Montagu, M; Rogers, J; Cronin, A; Quail, M; Bray-Allen, S; Clark, L; Doggett, J; Hall, S; Kay, M; Lennard, N; McLay, K; Mayes, R; Pettett, A; Rajandream, MA; Lyne, M; Benes, V; Rechmann, S; Borkova, D; Blocker, H; Scharfe, M; Grimm, M; Lohnert, TH; Dose, S; de Haan, M; Maarse, A; Schafer, M; Muller-Auer, S; Gabel, C; Fuchs, M; Fartmann, B; Granderath, K; Dauner, D; Herzl, A; Neumann, S; Argiriou, A; Vitale, D; Liguori, R; Piravandi, E; Massenet, O; Quigley, F; Clabauld, G; Mundlein, A; Felber, R; Schnabl, S; Hiller, R; Schmidt, W; Lecharny, A; Aubourg, S; Gy, I; Cooke, R; Berger, C; Monfort, A; Casacuberta, E; Gibbons, T; Weber, N; Vandenbol, M; Bargues, M; Terol, J; Torres, A; Perez-Perez, A; Purnelle, B; Bent, E; Johnson, S; Tacon, D; Jesse, T; Heijnen, L; Schwarz, S; Scholler, P; Heber, S; Bielke, C; Frishmann, D; Haase, D; Lemcke, K; Mewes, HW; Stocker, S; Zaccaria, P; Mayer, K; Schuller, C; Bevan, M
      Progress in Arabidopsis genome sequencing and functional genomics

      JOURNAL OF BIOTECHNOLOGY
    27. Sterky, F; Lundeberg, J
      Sequence analysis of genes and genomes

      JOURNAL OF BIOTECHNOLOGY
    28. Ogawa, S; Yoshino, R; Angata, K; Iwamoto, M; Pi, M; Kuroe, K; Matsuo, K; Morio, T; Urushihara, H; Yanagisawa, K; Tanaka, Y
      The mitochondrial DNA of Dictyostelium discoideum: complete sequence, genecontent and genome organization

      MOLECULAR AND GENERAL GENETICS
    29. van Lin, LHM; Janse, CJ; Waters, AP
      The conserved genome organisation of non-falciparum malaria species: the need to know more

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL FOR PARASITOLOGY
    30. Shibuya, K; Kudoh, J; Minoshima, S; Kawasaki, K; Asakawa, S; Shimizu, N
      Isolation of two novel genes, DSCR5 and DSCR6, from Down syndrome criticalregion on human chromosome 21q22.2

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    31. Lazarevic, V; Dusterhoft, A; Soldo, B; Hilbert, H; Mauel, C; Karamata, D
      Nucleotide sequence of the Bacillus subtilis temperate bacteriophage SP beta c2

      MICROBIOLOGY-UK
    32. Frangeul, L; Nelson, KE; Buchrieser, C; Danchin, A; Glaser, P; Kunst, F
      Cloning and assembly strategies in microbial genome projects

      MICROBIOLOGY-UK
    33. Vener, T; Holmberg, A; Lundeberg, J; Uhlen, M
      Selection analysis of single-stranded clones using solid-phase techniques

      GENETIC ANALYSIS-BIOMOLECULAR ENGINEERING
    34. Kapitonov, D; Yu, RK
      Conserved domains of glycosyltransferases

      GLYCOBIOLOGY
    35. Takami, H; Takaki, Y; Nakasone, K; Hirama, C; Inoue, A; Horikoshi, K
      Sequence analysis of a 32-kb region including the major ribosomal protein gene clusters from alkaliphilic Bacillus sp. strain C-125

      BIOSCIENCE BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
    36. Sanchez, M; Del Rey, F; Dominguez, A; Moreno, S; Revuelta, JL
      DNA sequencing and analysis of a 40 kb region from the right arm of chromosome II from Schizosaccharomyces pombe

      YEAST
    37. Xiang, Z; Lyne, MH; Wood, V; Rajandream, MA; Barrell, BG; Aves, SJ
      DNA sequencing and analysis of a 67 center dot 4 kb region from the right arm of Schizosaccharomyces pombe chromosome II reveals 28 open reading frames including the genes his5, pol5, ppa2, rip1, rpb8 and skb1

      YEAST
    38. Cordwell, SJ
      Microbial genomes and "missing" enzymes: redefining biochemical pathways

      ARCHIVES OF MICROBIOLOGY
    39. Bennett, CF; Cowsert, LM
      Antisense oligonucleotides as a tool for gene functionalization and targetvalidation

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-GENE STRUCTURE AND EXPRESSION
    40. Williams, RW; Clark, SE; Meyerowitz, EM
      Genetic and physical characterization of a region of Arabidopsis chromosome 1 containing the CLAVATA1 gene

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    41. Guatimosim, SC; Prado, VF; Diniz, CR; Chavez-Olortegui, C; Kalapothakis, E
      Molecular cloning and genomic analysis of TsNTxp: an immunogenic protein from Tityus serrulatus scorpion venom

      TOXICON
    42. WEISSENBACH J
      THE HUMAN GENOME PROJECT - FROM MAPPING TO SEQUENCING

      CLINICAL CHEMISTRY AND LABORATORY MEDICINE
    43. WIPAT A; BRIGNELL SC; GUY BJ; ROSE M; EMMERSON PT; HARWOOD CR
      THE YVSA-YVQA (293-DEGREES-289-DEGREES) REGION OF THE BACILLUS-SUBTILIS CHROMOSOME CONTAINING GENES INVOLVED IN METAL-ION UPTAKE AND A PUTATIVE SIGMA-FACTOR

      Microbiology
    44. NOBACK MA; HOLSAPPEL S; KIEWIET R; TERPSTRA P; WAMBUTT R; WEDLER H; VENEMA G; BRON S
      THE 172 KB PRKA-ADDAB REGION FROM 83-DEGREES TO 97-DEGREES OF THE BACILLUS-SUBTILIS CHROMOSOME CONTAINS SEVERAL DYSFUNCTIONAL GENES, THE GLYB MARKER, MANY GENES ENCODING TRANSPORTER PROTEINS, AND THE UBIQUITOUS HIT GENE

      Microbiology
    45. RIVOLTA C; SOLDO B; LAZAREVIC V; JORIS B; MAUEL C; KARAMATA D
      A 35-CENTER-DOT-7 KB DNA FRAGMENT FROM THE BACILLUS-SUBTILIS CHROMOSOME CONTAINING A PUTATIVE 12-CENTER-DOT-3 KB OPERON INVOLVED IN HEXURONATE CATABOLISM AND A PERFECTLY SYMMETRICAL HYPOTHETICAL CATABOLITE-RESPONSIVE ELEMENT

      Microbiology
    46. Holloway, BW
      The less travelled road in microbial genetics

      MICROBIOLOGY-UK
    47. KOTANI H; TABATA S
      LESSONS FROM SEQUENCING OF THE GENOME OF A UNICELLULAR CYANOBACTERIUM, SYNECHOCYSTIS SP. PCC6803

      Annual review of plant physiology and plant molecular biology
    48. TAKAHASHI Y; AKASE K; HIRANO H; FUKUNAGA M
      PHYSICAL AND GENETIC MAPS OF THE LEPTOSPIRA-INTERROGANS SEROVAR ICTEROHAEMORRHAGIAE STRAIN ICTERO NO. 1 CHROMOSOME AND SEQUENCING OF A 19-KB REGION OF THE GENOME CONTAINING THE 5S RIBOSOMAL-RNA GENE

      Gene
    49. STERKY F; HOLMBERG A; ALEXANDERSSON G; LUNDEBERG J; UHLEN M
      DIRECT SEQUENCING OF BACTERIAL ARTIFICIAL CHROMOSOMES (BACS) AND PROKARYOTIC GENOMES BY BIOTIN-CAPTURE PCR

      Journal of biotechnology
    50. FETROW JS; GODZIK A; SKOLNICK J
      FUNCTIONAL-ANALYSIS OF THE ESCHERICHIA-COLI GENOME USING THE SEQUENCE-TO-STRUCTURE-TO-FUNCTION PARADIGM - IDENTIFICATION OF PROTEINS EXHIBITING THE GLUTAREDOXIN THIOREDOXIN DISULFIDE OXIDOREDUCTASE ACTIVITY/

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    51. BURGLIN TR; LOBOS E; BLAXTER ML
      CAENORHABDITIS-ELEGANS AS A MODEL FOR PARASITIC NEMATODES

      International journal for parasitology
    52. SOROKIN A; BOLOTIN A; PURNELLE B; HILBERT H; LAUBER J; DUSTERHOFT A; EHRLICH SD
      SEQUENCE OF THE BACILLUS-SUBTILIS GENOME REGION IN THE VICINITY OF THE LEV OPERON REVEALS 2 NEW EXTRACYTOPLASMIC FUNCTION RNA-POLYMERASE SIGMA-FACTORS SIGV AND SIGZ

      Microbiology
    53. LIU HT; HAGA K; YASUMOTO K; OHASHI Y; YOSHIKAWA H; TAKAHASHI H
      SEQUENCE AND ANALYSIS OF A 31-KB SEGMENT OF THE BACILLUS-SUBTILIS CHROMOSOME IN THE AREA OF THE RRNH AND RRNG OPERONS

      Microbiology
    54. OUDEGA B; KONINGSTEIN G; RODRIGUES L; RAMON MDS; HILBERT H; DUSTERHOFT A; POHL TM; WEITZENEGGER T
      ANALYSIS OF THE BACILLUS-SUBTILIS GENOME CLONING AND NUCLEOTIDE-SEQUENCE OF A 62-KB REGION BETWEEN 275-DEGREES (RRNB) AND 284-DEGREES (PAI)

      Microbiology
    55. KUMANO M; TAMAKOSHI A; YAMANE K
      A 32-KB NUCLEOTIDE-SEQUENCE FROM THE REGION OF THE LINCOMYCIN-RESISTANCE GENE (22-DEGREES-25-DEGREES) OF THE BACILLUS-SUBTILIS CHROMOSOME AND IDENTIFICATION OF THE SITE OF THE LIN-2 MUTATION

      Microbiology
    56. ANDERSSON JO; ANDERSSON SGE
      GENOMIC REARRANGEMENTS DURING EVOLUTION OF THE OBLIGATE INTRACELLULARPARASITE RICKETTSIA-PROWAZEKII AS INFERRED FROM AN ANALYSIS OF 52015-BP NUCLEOTIDE-SEQUENCE

      Microbiology
    57. CUMMINGS NJ; CONNERTON IF
      THE BACILLUS-SUBTILIS-168-CHROMOSOME FROM SSPE TO KATA

      Microbiology
    58. SADAIE Y; YATA K; FUJITA M; SAGAI H; ITAYA M; KASAHARA Y; OGASAWARA N
      NUCLEOTIDE-SEQUENCE AND ANALYSIS OF THE PHOB-RRNE-GROESL REGION OF THE BACILLUS-SUBTILIS CHROMOSOME

      Microbiology
    59. OUDEGA B; VANDENBOL M; KONINGSTEIN G
      A 12 KB NUCLEOTIDE-SEQUENCE CONTAINING THE ALANINE DEHYDROGENASE GENEAT 279-DEGREES ON THE BACILLUS-SUBTILIS CHROMOSOME

      Microbiology
    60. YAMAMOTO H; UCHIYAMA S; NUGROHO FA; SEKIGUCHI J
      A 23.4 KB SEGMENT AT THE 69-DEGREES-70-DEGREES REGION OF THE BACILLUS-SUBTILIS GENOME

      Microbiology
    61. LAPIDUS A; GALLERON N; SOROKIN A; EHRLICH SD
      SEQUENCING AND FUNCTIONAL ANNOTATION OF THE BACILLUS-SUBTILIS GENES IN THE 200 KB RRNB-DNAB REGION

      Microbiology
    62. MEDINA N; VANNIER F; ROCHE B; AUTRET S; LEVINE A; SEROR SJ
      SEQUENCING OF REGIONS DOWNSTREAM OF ADDA (98-DEGREES) AND CITG (289-DEGREES) IN BACILLUS-SUBTILIS

      Microbiology
    63. ROCHE B; AUTRET S; LEVINE A; VANNIER F; MEDINA N; SEROR SJ
      A BACILLUS-SUBTILIS CHROMOSOME SEGMENT AT THE 100-DEGREES TO 102-DEGREES POSITION ENCODING 11 MEMBRANE-PROTEINS

      Microbiology
    64. PRESECAN E; MOSZER I; BOURSIER L; RAMOS HC; DELAFUENTE V; HULLO MF; LELONG C; SCHLEICH S; SEKOWSKA A; SONG BH; VILLANI G; KUNST F; DANCHIN A; GLASER P
      THE BACILLUS-SUBTILIS GENOME FROM GERBC (311-DEGREES) TO LICR (334-DEGREES)

      Microbiology
    65. LEVINE A; VANNIER F; ROCHE B; AUTRET S; MAVEL D; SEROR SJ
      A 10-CENTER-DOT-3 KBP SEGMENT FROM NPRB TO ARGJ AT THE 102-DEGREES REGION OF THE BACILLUS-SUBTILIS CHROMOSOME

      Microbiology
    66. EKI T; ABE M; NAITOU M; SASANUMA SI; NOHATA J; KAWASHIMA K; AHMAD I; HANAOKA F; MURAKAMI Y
      CLONING AND CHARACTERIZATION OF NOVEL GENE, DCRR1, EXPRESSED FROM DOWNS-SYNDROME CRITICAL REGION OF HUMAN-CHROMOSOME 21Q22.2

      DNA sequence
    67. FEUERMANN M; DEMONTIGNY J; POTIER S; SOUCIET JL
      THE CHARACTERIZATION OF 2 NEW CLUSTERS OF DUPLICATED GENES SUGGESTS ALEGO ORGANIZATION OF THE YEAST SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE CHROMOSOMES

      Yeast
    68. VOSS H; BENES V; ANDRADE MA; VALENCIA A; RECHMANN S; TEODORU C; SCHWAGER C; PACES V; SANDER C; ANSORGE W
      DNA-SEQUENCING AND ANALYSIS OF 130 KB FROM YEAST CHROMOSOME-XV

      Yeast
    69. TZERMIA M; KATSOULOU C; ALEXANDRAKI D
      SEQUENCE-ANALYSIS OF A 33.2 KB SEGMENT FROM THE LEFT ARM OF YEAST CHROMOSOME-XV REVEALS 8 KNOWN GENES AND 10 NEW OPEN READING FRAMES INCLUDING HOMOLOGS OF ABC TRANSPORTERS, INOSITOL PHOSPHATASES AND HUMAN EXPRESSED SEQUENCE TAGS

      Yeast
    70. FEUERMANN M; SIMEONOVA L; SOUCIET JL; POTIER S
      ANALYSIS OF 21.7 KB DNA-SEQUENCE FROM THE LEFT ARM OF CHROMOSOME-7 REVEALS 11 OPEN READING FRAMES - 2 CORRESPOND TO NEW GENES

      Yeast
    71. ARROYO J; GARCIAGONZALEZ M; GARCIASAEZ MI; SANCHEZ M; NOMBELA C
      DNA-SEQUENCE ANALYSIS OF A 23-002-BP DNA FRAGMENT OF THE RIGHT ARM OFSACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE CHROMOSOME-VII

      Yeast
    72. MAZZONI C; RUZZI M; RINALDI T; SOLINAS F; MONTEBOVE F; FRONTALI L
      SEQUENCE-ANALYSIS OF A 10.5 KB DNA FRAGMENT FROM THE YEAST CHROMOSOME-VII REVEALS THE PRESENCE OF 3 NEW OPEN READING FRAMES AND OF A TRNA(THR) GENE

      Yeast
    73. VERHASSELT P; VOLCKAERT G
      SEQUENCE-ANALYSIS OF A 37-CENTER-DOT-6 KBP COSMID CLONE FROM THE RIGHT ARM OF SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE CHROMOSOME-XII, CARRYING YAP3, HOG1,SNR6, TRANSFER-RNA-ARG3 AND 23 NEW OPEN READING FRAMES, AMONG WHICH SEVERAL HOMOLOGIES TO PROTEINS INVOLVED IN CELL-DIVISION CONTROL AND TOMAMMALIAN GROWTH-FACTORS AND OTHER ANIMAL PROTEINS ARE FOUND

      Yeast
    74. VOLCKAERT G; VOET M; ROBBEN J
      SEQUENCE-ANALYSIS OF A NEAR-SUBTELOMERIC 35-CENTER-DOT-4 KB DNA SEGMENT ON THE RIGHT ARM OF CHROMOSOME-VII FROM SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE CARRYING THE MAL1 LOCUS REVEALS 15 COMPLETE OPEN READING FRAMES, INCLUDING ZUO1, BGL2 AND BI02 GENES AND AN ABC TRANSPORTER GENE

      Yeast
    75. DEANTONI A; DANGELO M; DALPERO F; SARTORELLO F; PANDOLFO D; PALLAVICINI A; LANFRANCHI G; VALLE G
      THE DNA-SEQUENCE OF COSMID 14-13B FROM CHROMOSOME-XIV OF SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE REVEALS AN UNUSUALLY HIGH NUMBER OF OVERLAPPING OPEN READING FRAMES

      Yeast
    76. VOET M; DEFOOR E; VERHASSELT P; RILES L; ROBBEN J; VOLCKAERT G
      THE SEQUENCE OF A NEARLY UNCLONABLE 22-CENTER-DOT-8 KB SEGMENT ON THELEFT ARM OF CHROMOSOME-VII FROM SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE REVEALS ARO2, RPL9A, TIP1, MRF1 GENES AND 6 NEW OPEN READING FRAMES

      Yeast
    77. COGLIEVINA M; KLIMA R; BERTANI I; DELNERI D; ZACCARIA P; BRUSCHI CV
      SEQUENCING OF A 40.5 KB FRAGMENT LOCATED ON THE LEFT ARM OF CHROMOSOME-VII FROM SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE

      Yeast
    78. BORDONNE R; CAMASSES A; MADANIA A; POCH O; TARASSOV I; WINSOR B; MARTIN R
      ANALYSIS OF A 35.6 KB REGION ON THE RIGHT ARM OF SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE CHROMOSOME-XV

      Yeast
    79. PAOLUZI S; MINENKOVA O; CASTAGNOLI L
      THE GENES ENCODING THE TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR YTAF(II)60, THE G4P1 PROTEIN AND A PUTATIVE GLUCOSE-TRANSPORTER ARE CONTAINED IN A 12.3 KB DNA FRAGMENT ON THE LEFT ARM OF SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE CHROMOSOME-VII

      Yeast
    80. CORDWELL SJ; BASSEAL DJ; POLLACK JD; HUMPHERYSMITH I
      MALATE LACTATE DEHYDROGENASE IN MOLLICUTES - EVIDENCE FOR A MULTIENZYME PROTEIN/

      Gene
    81. YAMAMOTO H; UCHIYAMA S; NUGROHO FA; SEKIGUCHI J
      CLONING AND SEQUENCING OF A 35.7 KB IN THE 70-DEGREES-73-DEGREES REGION OF THE BACILLUS-SUBTILIS GENOME REVEAL GENES FOR A NEW 2-COMPONENT SYSTEM, 3 SPORE GERMINATION PROTEINS, AN IRON UPTAKE SYSTEM AND A GENERAL STRESS-RESPONSE PROTEIN

      Gene
    82. KANEKO T; TABATA S
      COMPLETE GENOME STRUCTURE OF THE UNICELLULAR CYANOBACTERIUM SYNECHOCYSTIS SP. PCC6803

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    83. DELSENY M; COOKE R; RAYNAL M; GRELLET F
      THE ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA CDNA SEQUENCING PROJECTS

      FEBS letters
    84. DELSENY M; COOKE R; RAYNAL M; GRELLET F
      THE ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA CDNA SEQUENCING PROJECTS

      FEBS letters
    85. TAKEMARU K; MIZUNO M; KOBAYASHI Y
      A BACILLUS-SUBTILIS GENE-CLUSTER SIMILAR TO THE ESCHERICHIA-COLI PHOSPHATE-SPECIFIC TRANSPORT (PST) OPERON - EVIDENCE FOR A TANDEMLY ARRANGED PSTB GENE

      Microbiology
    86. YAMAMOTO H; UCHIYAMA S; FAJAR AN; OGASAWARA N; SEKIGUCHI J
      DETERMINATION OF A 12 KB NUCLEOTIDE-SEQUENCE AROUND THE 76-DEGREES REGION OF THE BACILLUS-SUBTILIS CHROMOSOME

      Microbiology
    87. MOSZER I; KUNST F; DANCHIN A
      THE EUROPEAN BACILLUS-SUBTILIS GENOME SEQUENCING PROJECT - CURRENT STATUS AND ACCESSIBILITY OF THE DATA FROM A NEW WORLD-WIDE-WEB SITE

      Microbiology
    88. OGASAWARA N; YOSHIKAWA H
      THE SYSTEMATIC SEQUENCING OF BACILLUS-SUBTILIS GENOME IN JAPAN

      Microbiology
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