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Nucleotide sequence and characterization of the Saccharomyces cerevisiae RPL19A gene encoding a homolog of the mammalian ribosomal protein L19.

A gene designated RPL19A has been identified in the region downstream from the 3'-end of the Saccharomyces cerevisiae MIS1 gene encoding the mitochondrial C1-tetrahydrofolate synthase. The gene codes for the yeast ribosomal protein YL19 which exhibits 57.5% identify with the mammalian ribosomal protein L19. RPL19A is one of two functional copies of the YL19 gene located on chromosome II. The disruption of RPL19A has no effect on the growth of the yeast. The RPL19A gene contains an intron located near the 5'-end. The 5'-flanking region contains one similar and one complete UASrpg upstream activating sequence. RPL19A was also found to be adjacent to the chromosome II AAC3 gene, encoding the mitochondrial ADP/ATP carrier protein.[1]


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