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DNA sequence analysis of a 10.4 kbp region on the right arm of yeast chromosome XVI positions GPH1 and SGV1 adjacent to KRE6, and identifies two novel tRNA genes.

Determination of DNA sequence in the KRE6 region of the Saccharomyces cerevisiae genome completes a 10.4 kbp section on the extreme right arm of chromosome XVI. This segment contains two additional genes, GHP1 and SGV1 (Hwang et al., 1989; Irei et al., 1991) previously assigned physically to chromosome XVI, as well as a new tRNA(Gly) gene, and a novel tRNA(Ala) gene which is flanked by a sigma element.[1]


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