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Sequence and localization of the gene encoding yeast phosphoglycerate mutase.

In this study we report on the complete nucleotide sequence of the yeast phosphoglycerate mutase gene (GPM1) and its essential 5' and 3' non-coding regions. The transcriptional start points were determined by S1-mapping and sequencing of a cDNA clone. Several sequences identified as important for transcriptional regulation in yeast promoters are present upstream of the transcription start point. 3' to the coding region we sequenced a composite repetitive element which, apparently, originated from a recombination between a delta- and a tau-element. Finally, we mapped the GPM1 gene 13 cM distal to fas1 on chromosome XI.[1]


  1. Sequence and localization of the gene encoding yeast phosphoglycerate mutase. Heinisch, J., von Borstel, R.C., Rodicio, R. Curr. Genet. (1991) [Pubmed]
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