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SEF1  -  Sef1p

Saccharomyces cerevisiae S288c

Synonyms: Suppressor of essential function protein 1, Suppressor protein SEF1, YBL0501, YBL0526, YBL066C
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High impact information on SEF1

  • The SEF1 homologue of S. cerevisiae also compensates for the essential function of RPM2 [1].
  • We have named this gene SEF1 (Suppressor of the Essential Function), DNA sequence analysis of SEF1 reveals it contains a Zn(2)-Cys(6) binuclear cluster motif found in a growing number of yeast transcription factors [1].
  • YBL0515 and YBL0526 ORFs seem to be involved in the sporulation process [2].
  • Partial DNA sequencing of tagged genes showed that they were homologous to the S. cerevisiae genes RIB1, MET2, and SEF1 [3].


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