The Saccharomyces Genome Database (SGD) provides comprehensive integrated biological information for the budding yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
Dear Tomas, The Saccharomyces Genome Database (http://genome-www.stanford.edu/Saccharomyces/) contains answers to many of your questions. You can search for all Gene Ontology terms containing the word nucleus by entering nucleus in the search box at the top of the SGD home page; the hit list will show each term, with a list of genes annotated to that term. Each gene name in the list is hyperlinked to its locus page, which contains a summary of what is known about the gene and its product, a collection of relevant literature, and links to functional genomic data about that gene. Any free text, as well as gene names, can be entered into the SGD search, so if you start with the name of your favorite gene product, you should come up with any yeast genes that have been called by that name. Good luck, and let us know (yeast-curator at genome.stanford.edu) if you have any questions about SGD. Best regards, Maria Maria C. Costanzo, Ph.D. Senior Scientific Curator Saccharomyces Genome Database ...
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Hi Eleanor, I can offer one general hint: tetraploid yeast cells are larger than diploids, and it may be possible to make cells of even higher ploidy. I did this long ago (~ 15 years!) to facilitate immunofluorescent detection of a low-abundance protein. Unfortunately I cant remember the details or references at this point (my own experiment didnt work so I never published it), but I think it was straightforward to make the polyploid cells - you just need a lot of markers to select them. Good luck! Maria Maria C. Costanzo, Ph.D. Senior Scientific Curator, Saccharomyces Genome Database Department of Genetics Stanford University School of Medicine Stanford, CA 94305-5120 Phone: 650-725-8956 Fax: 650-723-7016 http://www.yeastgenome.org/ maria at genome.stanford.edu On Thursday, November 13, 2003, at 08:14 PM, wozei wrote: , Hi all, , , does any one have an idea how I could make my yeast [S. cerevisiae] , grow to at , least 5-10 micron size or greater for an experiment I need to carry , out with , ...
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Number 10 p. 118 Go to http://www.yeastgenome.org and search for the gene TEF4; you will see it is involved in translation. Look at the time point labeled OD 3.7 in Figure 4.12, and find the TEF4 spot. Over the course of this experiment, was TEF4 induced or repressed? Hypothesize why TEF4s gene regulation was part of the cells response to a reduction in available glucose (i.e., the only available food ...
Number 10 p. 118 Go to http://www.yeastgenome.org and search for the gene TEF4; you will see it is involved in translation. Look at the time point labeled OD 3.7 in Figure 4.12, and find the TEF4 spot. Over the course of this experiment, was TEF4 induced or repressed? Hypothesize why TEF4s gene regulation was part of the cells response to a reduction in available glucose (i.e., the only available food ...
The recently sequenced genome of the filamentous fungus Ashbya gossypii revealed remarkable similarities to that of the budding yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae both at the level of homology and synteny (conservation of gene order). Thus, it became possible to reinvestigate the S. cerevisiae genome in the syntenic regions leading to an improved annotation. We have identified 23 novel S. cerevisiae open reading frames (ORFs) as syntenic homologs of A. gossypii genes; for all but one, homologs are present in other eukaryotes including humans. Other comparisons identified 13 overlooked introns and suggested 69 potential sequence corrections resulting in ORF extensions or ORF fusions with improved homology to the syntenic A. gossypii homologs. Of the proposed corrections, 25 were tested and confirmed by resequencing. In addition, homologs of nearly 1,000 S. cerevisiae ORFs, presently annotated as hypothetical, were found in A. gossypii at syntenic positions and can therefore be considered as authentic genes.
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Recent sequencing and assembly of the genome for the fungal pathogen Candida albicans used simple automated procedures for the identification of putative genes. We have reviewed the entire assembly, both by hand and with additional bioinformatic resources, to accurately map and describe 6,354 genes and to identify 246 genes whose original database entries contained sequencing errors (or possibly mutations) that affect their reading frame. Comparison with other fungal genomes permitted the identification of numerous fungus-specific genes that might be targeted for antifungal therapy. We also observed that, compared to other fungi, the protein-coding sequences in the C. albicans genome are especially rich in short sequence repeats. Finally, our improved annotation permitted a detailed analysis of several multigene families, and comparative genomic studies showed that C. albicans has a far greater catabolic range, encoding respiratory Complex 1, several novel oxidoreductases and ketone body degrading
Also see the JGI Mycocosm for information on the Genomic Encyclopedia of Fungi: a range of interests into the fungal genomes that impact on mycorrhyzal symbiosis, plant pathogenicity, biocontrol as well as industrial applications such as lignocellulose degradation, sugar fermentation and other industrial applications. ...
The Saccharomyces Genome Database (SGD) provides comprehensive integrated biological information for the budding yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
Transposable elements (TEs) are exceptional contributors to eukaryotic genome diversity. Their ubiquitous presence impacts the genomes of nearly all species and mediates genome evolution by causing mutations and chromosomal rearrangements and by modulating gene expression. We performed an exhaustive analysis of the TE content in 18 fungal genomes, including strains of the same species and species of the same genera. Our results depicted a scenario of exceptional variability, with species having 0.02 to 29.8% of their genome consisting of transposable elements. A detailed analysis performed on two strains of Pleurotus ostreatus uncovered a genome that is populated mainly by Class I elements, especially LTR-retrotransposons amplified in recent bursts from 0 to 2 million years (My) ago. The preferential accumulation of TEs in clusters led to the presence of genomic regions that lacked intra- and inter-specific conservation. In addition, we investigated the effect of TE insertions on the expression ...
The multiplexed sequencing data were then deconvoluted using the indexing barcode and aligned to the yeast genome with Novoalign (Novocraft Technologies). If a sequenced fragment did not uniquely align to the genome it was discarded. Gene promoters were defined as the 600 bp immediately upstream of the translational start site of each gene defined in the Saccharomyces Genome Database. The number of fragments that aligned to these annotated promoters was recorded for each INPUT and IP sample. This converted the data from read alignments to a table of read counts per promoter.. Transcription factor regulatory targets were determined from the wild-type ChIP-Seq experiments. Regulatory targets were determined separately for each of the biological triplicates using the MACS peak-finding algorithm (Thurman et al. 2012). MACS uses a simple sliding window strategy to compare INPUT and IP samples at each position along a chromosome. The algorithm assumes that the number of reads aligned to any particular ...
Genome sequencing has provided a means for describing the complete genetic makeup of an organism. The application of sequencing technology to fungi has provided a wealth of data of interest to medical mycologists and to evolutionary and cellular biologists alike. The sequencing of multiple fungal genomes provides an initial view of the degree of conservation and diversity within the fungal kingdom. Furthermore, the comparison of these fungal genomes with the genomes of other eukaryotes provides a more precise view both of the scale of conservation of eukaryotic genes and of novel genes restricted to the fungi. While much research on fungi has focused on understanding conserved eukaryotic functions, the genomic sequence also will be important in characterizing fungus-specific pathways such as those involved in secondary metabolism, including antibiotics, and specialized degradation pathways, such as for cellulose. The genome sequences of related organisms provide more than just catalogs of species gene
Figure 3. Chromosomal distribution of three groups of MNase-seq reads in lengths of ,152, 147 ± 5, and ,142 bp. A, Distribution of MNase-seq reads (data from leaf tissue) along chromosome 4 of Arabidopsis. The two horizontal bars represent the positions of the pericentromeric region and a knob located in the short arm of the chromosome (both are highly heterochromatic; Fransz et al., 2000). B, Distribution of MNase-seq reads along chromosome 4 of rice. The short arm and pericentromeric region of the long arm, both highly heterochromatic (Cheng et al., 2001), are marked by two horizontal bars. The x axes show DNA positions along the chromosomes. The y axes represent the normalized DNA fragment count ratio ("Materials and Methods") of a specific group within 100-kb windows. Heterochromatic regions are enriched with reads ,152 bp in both species. ...
Karen R. Christie, Shuai Weng, Rama Balakrishnan, Maria C. Costanzo, Kara Dolinski, Selina S. Dwight, Stacia R. Engel, Becket Feierbach, Dianna G. Fisk, Jodi E. Hirschman, Eurie L. Hong, Laurie Issel-Tarver, Robert S. Nash, Anand Sethuraman, Barry Starr, Chandra L. Theesfeld, Rey Andrada, Gail Binkley, Qing Dong, Christopher Lane, Mark Schroeder, David Botstein, J. Michael Cherry: Saccharomyces Genome Database (SGD) provides tools to identify and analyze sequences from Saccharomyces cerevisiae and related sequences from other organisms. Nucleic Acids Research 32(Database-Issue): 311-314 (2004 ...
David Botstein has been one of the driving forces of modern genetics. He is a geneticist, educator and a pioneer in integrating multiple diverse disciplines into the study of biology. His work established the ground rules for human genetic mapping and laid the foundation of the human genome project. He also co-discovered transposons in bacteria. His current research activities include studies of yeast genetics and cell biology, linkage mapping of human genes predisposing to manic depressive illness, hypertension and other complex diseases and the development and maintenance of the Saccharomyces Genome Database on the World Wide Web (http://www-genome.stanford.edu). Most recently he has been involved in pioneering the application of microarray technology. Microarray studies provide a high-throughput molecular approach to simultaneously assess the behavior of many genes. This technology is being applied to understand how to better target cancer therapies based on gene profiles of the tumor cells. ...
A catalogue of known hemiascomycetous yeast splicing signals was then used as bait to screen the batch of selected coding sequences, and to validate or not the presence of an intron ...
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SGRP, the Saccharomyces Genome Resequencing Project, is a collaboration between the Sanger Institute and Professor Ed Louis group at the Institute of Genetics, University of Nottingham. Our goal is to advance understanding of genomic variation and evolution by analysing sequences from multiple strains of the two Saccharomyces pecies, S cerevisiae and S paradoxus. We have completed ABI sequencing of haploids of 37 cerevisiae strains and 27 paradoxus strains to a depth of between 1x and 3x, yielding a total of 1.42 million reads (1,292 megabases); and Illumina GA (Solexa) sequencing of four of the 37 cerevisiae strains and an additional 10 paradoxus strains. The sequence data has been aligned to the respective reference genome sequences using SsahaSNP (for ABI) and Maq (for Illumina) followed by the application of heuristics to select the most plausible alignments. The SNPs (single-nucleotide polymorphisms) implied by these alignments have been extracted. We have also developed methods, based on ...
The BY4741 strain used in (Nagalakshmi et al. 2008) was used in this study. RNA-Seq was performed using the protocol developed in (Nagalakshmi et al. 2008), further described in (Nagalakshmi et al. 2010) and (Waern et al. 2011), and using the modifications developed by (Parkhomchuk et al. 2009) to generate strand-specific reads.. Analysis was performed on custom software developed in-house using BowTie (Langmead et al. 2009) to map reads to the S288C reference genome available on SGD, downloaded on May 17, 2010. Python, NumPy, SciPy, and matplotlib were used to further process the data. The softwares source code is available (Saccharomyces Genome Database). Of note, to maximize the information gleaned, unmappable reads were trimmed by four bases from the 3′ end and remapping was attempted; this was done iteratively until only 28 bp remained, at which point the read was considered unmappable. This end trimming typically doubled or more the number of mappable reads.. Expression levels were ...
The aim of this study was to demonstrate that good characterization of S. cerevisiae clinical isolates can be achieved by using a molecular method such as Southern blot hybridization analysis. Even though the development of a molecular typing method useful for the characterization of a yeast infection is a desirable goal for many mycologists, the number of studies in which the epidemiology of S. cerevisiae infections has been investigated is very limited (9, 17, 34). A universally accepted typing method for this organism has been not defined. This could be due in part to the low prevalence of diseases caused byS. cerevisiae, particularly of vaginal infections. However, in our investigation, these infections have been of considerable interest. As described above, of 513 women who visited our Microbiological Service in the study period, 5.8% had S. cerevisiae in their vaginal swabs. This was in agreement with the data reported by Agatensi et al. (1), by which the incidence of vaginal infections ...
Systematic, large-scale synthetic genetic (gene-gene or epistasis) interaction screens can be used to explore genetic redundancy and...
p53 is one of best known human proteins that induces or represses hundreds of genes and plays a pivotal role in preventing tumor development. Recent studies established unambiguously that p53 is a nucleosome-binding protein. The rotational positioning of a nucleosome is critical to determine the accessibility of a p53 site. In particular, the p53 site in a nucleosome is accessible if it is bent in the direction similar to that found in the p53-DNA co-crystals; the site becomes inaccessible if the orientation is changed by ∼180°. Importantly, we have shown that p53 response elements (REs) associated with cell cycle arrest are often exposed on the nucleosomal surface, suggesting a new role of nucleosomes in mediating the p53 binding and subsequent gene induction.. The present study aims to make a detailed analysis of nucleosome organization of all p53 functional REs in normal and cancer cells. Published genome-wide nucleosome maps from lymphoblastoid (normal) and K562 (cancer) cell lines are ...
SANEFALCON (2016): Calculating the fetal fraction for noninvasive prenatal testing based on genome-wide nucleosome profiles (Prenat Diagn. 2016 ...
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Sequence alignment of Yarrowia lipolytica Pex24p with the proteins Yhr150p and Ydr479p encoded by the Saccharomyces cerevisiae genome. Amino acid sequences were
Working as part of an international research consortium, a multidisciplinary team at The Johns Hopkins University has completed the design phase for a fully synthetic yeast genome.. The details of the design concept and process will be published March 10 in Science as part of a set of seven articles; the other articles offer details of successful efforts to integrate artificial, or synthetic, yeast chromosomes into host yeast cells.. Once completed, yeast cells carrying a fully artificial genome - termed Saccharomyces cerevisiae 2.0, or Sc2.0 - "will prove invaluable for both academic and industrial applications," says lead study author Joel Bader, Ph.D., professor of biomedical engineering and interim director of the High Throughput Biology Center at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.. "Natural yeast is a major organism for making products used in biotechnology, such as enzymes or antibiotics, but optimizing it for new products is inefficient," Bader says. "Our designed synthetic ...
The sequencing of the yeast genome was a major milestone in genetics research. In 1996 Saccharomyces cerevisiae or bakers yeast was the first eukaryotic organism to have its entire nuclear genome sequenced.
Types of fruit body: There are number of fruit bodies in Ascomycota. In yeasts and related fungi the asci are not enclosed by hyphae, but in most ascomycetes they are surrounded by hyphae to form an ascocarp or ascoma. An old term for ...
The Fungal Program scales up sequencing and analysis of fungal genomes to explore the diversity of fungi important for energy and the environment, and to promote functional studies on a system level. Encoded in the genomes of the organisms of the kingdom Fungi are biological processes with high relevance to the Department of Energy missions in bioenergy production, carbon cycling and biogeochemistry. Combining new sequencing technologies and comparative genomics analysis, we work on large and complex sequencing projects such as surveying the broad phylogenetic and ecological diversity of fungi, and capturing genomic variation in natural populations and engineered strains. This approach allows us to build a foundation for translating the genomic potential of fungi into practical applications.. Among the major initiatives of the Fungal Program are:. ...
Aflatoxin B1 (AFB1) is a fungal metabolite that contaminates the food supply in certain areas of the world. It is produced by Aspergillusflavus and related fungi that grow on improperly stored foods such as corn, rice, and ...
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Approximately 20% of species in the fungal kingdom are only known to reproduce by asexual means despite the many supposed advantages of sexual reproduction. However, in recent years, sexual cycles have been induced in a series of emblematic
Changing a single letter, or base, in an organisms genetic code impact its traits. Subtler changes can and do happen: in eukaryotes, one such modification involves adding a methyl group to base 6 of adenine (6mA). In Nature Genetics, researchers report the prevalence of 6mA modifications in the earliest branches of the fungal kingdom. This little-explored realm provides a repertoire of important and valuable gene products for DOE missions in bioenergy and environment.
چکیده علف‌کش‌ها به-طور وسیعی در مزارع مختلف مورد استفاده قرار می-گیرند اما مکانیسم فعل و انفعلات ممکن بین علف‌کش‌ها و بیمارگرهای گیاهی به‌خوبی شناخته نشده است. یکی از مهم‌ترین بیماری‌های سویا، پوسیدگی ذغالی است که عامل آن قارچ Macrophomina phaseolina ، می‌باشد. علف‌کش‌های ایمازتاپیر، تریفلورالین و متری‌بیوزین به ‌صورت -کاربرد خاکی در کشت سویا کاربرد دارند. به-منظور بررسی اثر غلظت‌های مختلف علف‌کش‌های مذکور بر سرعت رشد قارچ، آزمایشی به-صورت فاکتوریل در قالب طرح کاملاً تصادفی در شش تکرار در شرایط آزمایشگاهی انجام گردید. برای هر یک از علف‌کش‌ها، غلظت‌های
Lager beer is the most produced fermented beverage: in 2015 the worldwide production reached a global volume of 170 × 10+9 L. The fermentation workhorse of lager brewing is Saccharomyces pastorianus, a natural interspecific hybrid of Saccharomyces cerevisiae and Saccharomyces eubayanus [1, 2] whose domestication is thought to have occurred in central Europe (Bohemia, nowadays Czech republic) in the late Middle Ages. Its ability to ferment at low temperature, to flocculate and to produce a vast range of flavour compounds make S. pastorianus well suited for the brewing process. In addition to their hybrid nature, S. pastorianus strains share a high degree of aneuploidy. While the first strain of S. pastorianus Weihenstephan 34/70 was sequenced in 2009 [2], the exact chromosome complement of lager yeast was revealed later with the introduction of next generation sequencing [3-6]. Within S. pastorianus genomes, chromosomes may be completely absent or present in up to five copies and chromosome copy ...
Phosphoribosyl-pyrophosphate synthetase (Prs) catalyses the synthesis of phosphoribosyl pyrophosphate (PRPP), an intermediate in nucleotide metabolism and the biosynthesis of the amino acids histidine and tryptophan. The Saccharomyces cerevisiae genome contains a family of five PRS genes, PRS1-PRS5. Using anti-peptide antisera directed against two different epitopes of Prs1p it was shown that Prs1p localizes to granular cytoplasmic structures. This localization was confirmed by living cell microscopy of strains expressing a functional green fluorescent protein (GFP)-tagged Prs1p. Analysis of Prs1p distribution in conditional secretory-deficient (sec) mutants suggested that the observed distribution of Prs1p is independent of the secretory pathway. Electron microscopy revealed that plasma membrane invaginations and accumulation of cytoplasmic vesicles were more frequent in strains which lack some of the PRS genes than in the wild-type. The fact that Δprs1 and Δprs3 are hypersensitive to caffeine and
Initially, the CGD biochemical pathways were automatically generated using PathoLogic, a pathway prediction program built into the Pathway Tools. PathoLogic used information about the function of individual Candida gene products from CGD in conjunction with SRIs reference database of biochemical reaction and pathway information, MetaCyc, to create a set of predicted Candida albicans pathways. The starting set of Candida albicans enzymes that was input into the PathoLogic software was generated using the Gene Ontology curation from CGD. PathoLogic then compared the list of enzyme names against SRIs MetaCyc pathway database. For the purpose of generation of pathways for CGD, the software was also configured to consult the set of pathways curated at the Saccharomyces Genome database in addition to the pathways contained in MetaCyc pathway, such that curated S. cerevisiae pathways that are not included in MetaCyc were used as an additional basis for comparison. If Candida albicans contains one or ...
Genomes assembled and finished at HudsonAlpha provide clues to the evolution of sensory perception. Two fungal genomes assembled and finished at the HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology are helping researchers understand the evolution of sensory perception. Fungi can sense environmental signals and react accordingly, changing their development, direction of growth and metabolism. Sensory perception lies at the heart of adaptation to changing conditions and helps fungi to improve growth and recycle organic waste and to know when and how to infect a plant or animal host. New results based on characterizing and then conducting a comparative analysis of two genome sequences published online May 26, 2016, in the journal Current Biology shed new light on the evolution of sensory perception in fungi.. Continue reading "Cuing environmental responses in fungi" →. ...
The project Search maps as biblographic index of published distribution maps of lichenized, lichenicolous and related fungi was initiated in the 1990ies. In 2003 and 2004, the index was completed as regards the content and optimized concerning the database technology. The database Index of Lichen Distribution Maps is now accessible by a searchable web interface (detailed information see About).. ...
Hsiang, T. and P.H. Goodwin. 2003. Distinguishing plant and fungal sequences in ESTs from infected plant tissues. Journal of Microbiological Methods 54:339-351. Expressed sequence tags (ESTs) from fungal-infected plant tissues are composed of a mixture of plant and fungal sequences. Using freely available software and tools, a novel procedure is described for distinguishing plant and fungal DNA sequences. Although the GenBank non-redundant database is larger and therefore one would presume that BLASTX analysis of it would be more accurate, superior resolution of 700 randomly selected fungal ESTs was found with Standalone TBLASTX analyses with a local matching database composed of a plant and a fungal genome. Standalone TBLASTX analyses of 3983 ESTs from nine different fungal-infected plant EST libraries also proved to be superior in identifying the origin of sequences as either plant or fungal compared to GenBank BLASTX analysis. Standalone TBLASTX with a matching database comprised of a single ...
PCR/RFLP of the NTS2 sequence of rDNA was shown to be suitable for differentiating Saccharomyces sensu stricto species. We previously showed that, within the presently accepted S. bayanus taxon, strains formerly classified as S. uvarum represented a distinct subgroup (Nguyen and Gaillardin, 1997). I …
DOE JGI scientists report the prevalence of a particular DNA base modification (6mA) in the earliest branches of the fungal kingdom.
Cbf1p is a basic-helix-loop-helix-zipper protein of Saccharomyces cerevisiae required for the function of centromeres and MET gene promoters, where it binds DNA via the consensus core motif CACRTG (R = A or G). At MET genes Cbf1p appears to function in both activator recruitment and chromatin-remodeling. Cbf1p has been implicated in the regulation of other genes, and CACRTG motifs are common in potential gene regulatory DNA. A recent genome-wide location analysis showed that the majority of intergenic CACGTG palindromes are bound by Cbf1p. Here we tested whether all potential Cbf1p binding motifs in the yeast genome are likely to be bound by Cbf1p using chromatin immunoprecipitation. We also tested which of the motifs are actually functional by assaying for Cbf1p-dependent chromatin remodeling. We show that Cbf1p binding and activity is restricted to palindromic CACGTG motifs in promoter-proximal regions. Cbf1p does not function through CACGTG motifs that occur in promoter-distal locations within coding
Kondrashov and Koonin (2004) identified 685 haploinsufficient and 422 haplosufficient human genes by searching for diseases with dominant and recessive inheritances, respectively, in the database OMIM (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/sites/entrez?db=omim). Because dominance is not necessarily caused by haploinsufficiency and can arise from dominant-negative mutations, we decided to use a better search strategy. We searched OMIM with the terms "haploinsufficiency" and "haploinsufficient" and identified 222 haploinsufficient genes at the time of this study (October 2007). However, we could not search for haplosufficient genes using the terms "haplosufficiency" and "haplosufficient" because the vast majority of genes are haplosufficient and OMIM flags only haploinsufficient genes. Following Kondrashov and Koonin (2004), we identified 780 genes from OMIM by searching for diseases of recessive inheritance. Among them, 51 are known to be haploinsufficient, and the remaining 729 are regarded as ...
Sequencing the genomes of hundreds of strains of the wine yeast S. cerevisiae has revealed little genetic diversity and high levels of inbreeding. In many cases, yeast strains sold by different companies were almost genetically identical. The results, published in the April issue of G3: Genes|Genomes|Genetics, a publication of the Genetics Society of America, suggest that winemakers attempting to develop improved wine yeasts will need to look to creating hybrids with more exotic strains.
Citation: Qi, M., Link, T.I., Muller, M., Hirschburger, D., Pedley, K.F., Braun, E., Voegele, R.T., Baum, T., Whitham, S.A. 2016. A small cysteine-rich protein from the Asian soybean rust fungus, Phakopsora pachyrhizi, suppresses plant immunity. PLoS Pathogens. 12(9): e1005827. doi:10.1371/journal.ppat.1005827. Interpretive Summary: The Asian soybean rust fungus, Phakopsora pachyrhizi, is an obligate pathogen capable of causing explosive disease epidemics that drastically reduce the yield of soybean. Currently, the mechanisms by which P. pachyrhizi and other related fungi cause disease are poorly understood. The genome sequences and other data obtained from these fungi indicate that a variety of small proteins play essential roles that enable them to cause disease. These proteins, called effectors, are released by the pathogen and interfere with a plants ability to fight the disease. Here, we identify an effector protein produced by P. pachyrhizi and demonstrate that it is capable of ...
ID F2Z6F9_KLULA Unreviewed; 108 AA. AC F2Z6F9; DT 31-MAY-2011, integrated into UniProtKB/TrEMBL. DT 31-MAY-2011, sequence version 1. DT 25-OCT-2017, entry version 37. DE SubName: Full=KLLA0C03091p {ECO:0000313,EMBL:CAH01186.1}; GN ORFNames=KLLA0_C03091g {ECO:0000313,EMBL:CAH01186.1}; OS Kluyveromyces lactis (strain ATCC 8585 / CBS 2359 / DSM 70799 / NBRC OS 1267 / NRRL Y-1140 / WM37) (Yeast) (Candida sphaerica). OC Eukaryota; Fungi; Dikarya; Ascomycota; Saccharomycotina; OC Saccharomycetes; Saccharomycetales; Saccharomycetaceae; Kluyveromyces. OX NCBI_TaxID=284590 {ECO:0000313,Proteomes:UP000000598}; RN [1] {ECO:0000313,EMBL:CAH01186.1, ECO:0000313,Proteomes:UP000000598} RP NUCLEOTIDE SEQUENCE [LARGE SCALE GENOMIC DNA]. RC STRAIN=ATCC 8585 / CBS 2359 / DSM 70799 / NBRC 1267 / NRRL Y-1140 / RC WM37 {ECO:0000313,Proteomes:UP000000598}; RX PubMed=15229592; DOI=10.1038/nature02579; RG Genolevures; RA Dujon B., Sherman D., Fischer G., Durrens P., Casaregola S., RA Lafontaine I., de Montigny J., Marck ...
Though many experienced brewers may read this and note that this is not the absolutely best way to ferment lagers, it is regarded as the most foolproof and thats what you are looking for for your first lager fermentation. You need the first batch to be a success to get hooked on lagers and their smooth taste. Then you may start digging deeper into this subject and find a fermentation schedule that works best for you and your set-up.. One day before brew day pitch a 2 qt (2 L) well aerated starter with an Activator Pack (Wyeast) or vial (White Labs) of the lager yeast of your choice. Both companies offer really great yeast strains. If you are looking for a versatile lager yeast go with the German Lager (WLP830 or Wyeast 2124; According to White Labs and Wyeast this is the W-34/70 strain which is the most widely used lager strain in German beers) or whatever your recipe calls for. Keep this starter at room temperature 68 - 70 *F ( 20 - 21 *C) and let it start fermenting. It may throw off some ...
I was looking for some yeast for a farmhouse ale, when I came across The Yeast Bays Farmhouse sour ale yeast (link). Its a blend of 2 farmhouse/saison Saccharomyces cerevisiae isolates, Lactobacillus brevis, and Lactobacillus delbreuckii. This did not fit at all with what I had initially planned to brew, but sounded so interesting that…
ID C5DWM3_ZYGRC Unreviewed; 1080 AA. AC C5DWM3; DT 28-JUL-2009, integrated into UniProtKB/TrEMBL. DT 28-JUL-2009, sequence version 1. DT 31-JAN-2018, entry version 50. DE SubName: Full=ZYRO0D15994p {ECO:0000313,EMBL:CAR28192.1}; GN OrderedLocusNames=ZYRO0D15994g {ECO:0000313,EMBL:CAR28192.1}; OS Zygosaccharomyces rouxii (strain ATCC 2623 / CBS 732 / NBRC 1130 / OS NCYC 568 / NRRL Y-229) (Candida mogii). OC Eukaryota; Fungi; Dikarya; Ascomycota; Saccharomycotina; OC Saccharomycetes; Saccharomycetales; Saccharomycetaceae; OC Zygosaccharomyces. OX NCBI_TaxID=559307 {ECO:0000313,Proteomes:UP000008536}; RN [1] {ECO:0000313,EMBL:CAR28192.1, ECO:0000313,Proteomes:UP000008536} RP NUCLEOTIDE SEQUENCE [LARGE SCALE GENOMIC DNA]. RC STRAIN=ATCC 2623 / CBS 732 / NBRC 1130 / NCYC 568 / NRRL Y-229 RC {ECO:0000313,Proteomes:UP000008536}; RX PubMed=19525356; DOI=10.1101/gr.091546.109; RG The Genolevures Consortium; RA Souciet J.-L., Dujon B., Gaillardin C., Johnston M., Baret P.V., RA Cliften P., Sherman D.J., ...
Emily Beckett Sward Graduate Student, Department of Molecular Genetics Supervisor: J. Culotti Characterizing the UNC-129 pathway and its role in netrin guidance in C. elegans Tuesday October 18 @ 2pm Wallberg Bldg, Rm 116, 200 College St. Dara Lo Graduate Student, Department of Molecular Genetics Supervisors: Brenda Andrews and Charlie Boone Analyzing terminal phenotypes in Saccharomyces cerevisiae using Synthetic Genetic Array and High Content Screening Tuesday October 18 @ 2pm Wallberg Bldg, Rm 116, 200 College St.
Older research outputs will score higher simply because theyve had more time to accumulate mentions. To account for age we can compare this Altmetric Attention Score to the 234,360 tracked outputs that were published within six weeks on either side of this one in any source. This one has gotten more attention than average, scoring higher than 66% of its contemporaries ...
Genome-wide analysis of H3.3 nucleosome turnover.(A) Experimental scheme to determine the turnover index. (B) Two-dimensional histogram of T24 and T48 for all H
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... In biology the genome of an organism is its whole hereditary information and is encoded in the DNA (or, for some viruses, RNA). This includes both the
Elektroforetskim analizama (Nativna PAGE, izoelektricno fokusiranje, SDS-PAGE) ispitana je mogucnost razlikovanja botanicki razlicitih vrsta meda na temelju njihovog proteinskog, te glikoproteinskog sastava. Detekcijom proteinskih vrpci nakon primjenjenih elektroforetskih metoda, te glikoproteina prenešenih na PVDF membranu nakon SDS-PAGE uoceno je da sve vrste meda pokazuju vrlo slicne proteinske i glikoproteinske elektroforetske profile koji se razlikuju samo po intenzitetu proteinskih vrpci. Prema intenzitetu proteinskih i glikoproteinskih vrpci izdvajaju se med bagrema koji pokazuje najmanji intenzitet, te med kestena, livadni med i bjelogoricna medljika (hrast) sa najjacim intenzitetima. Uklanjanje peludnih zrnaca nije utjecalo na elektroforetski proteinski profil nakon provedene nativne i SDS-PAGE, te izoelektricnog fokusiranja ...
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Project Information The Schizosaccharomyces Comparative Genome Project project is part of the Broad Institute Fungal Genome Initiative. Its goal was to sequence, annotate and analyze the genomes and transcriptomes of Schizosaccharomyces japonicus, Schizosaccharomyces octosporus and Schizosaccharomyces cryophilus. The primary collaborator for this project was Nick Rhind at the University of Massachusetts, Worcester, Medical School.
Gill color, thickness and placement rule out Gymnopus. Laccaria makes the most sense; according to M. Kuo: There is evidence that at least some species of Laccaria may serve as pioneers in disturbed ground or de-forested areas that have recently begun the long road of ecological succession that leads, eventually, to a "mature" ecosystem. Thus, for example, several species of Laccaria are frequently found in young pine plantations. See: Kuo, M. (2010, December). The genus Laccaria. Retrieved from the MushroomExpert.Com Web site: http://www.mushroomexpert.com/laccaria.html ...
A recent paper in MBE presents evidence that the Taphrinomycota (containing S. pombe and Pneumocystis) are in fact a monophyletic group. This is considered an early branch in the Ascomycota with the Pezizomycotina (filamentous ascomycete fungi like Neurospora and Aspergillus) and Saccharomycotina (fungi mainly with yeast forms including Candida and Saccharomyces). The monophyly of Taphrinomyoctina fungi is something that has been fairly accepted but there are a few publications reporting conflicting evidence in some sets gene trees. This conflict is most likely due to Long Branch Attraction (LBA) and the Philippe lab has long worked on this problem of LBA working to develop tools like PhyloBayes that attempt to correct for LBA with a parameter rich model and using lots of data (like whole genomes). These authors are employing phylogenomics in the sense that multiple genes are used to reconstruct the phylogeny. This use is different from the J.Eisen/Sjölander sense which is to infer gene ...
Some people believe that candida overgrowths only affect women and those of a particular age group. However such an infection, large or small, can affect anyone, irrespective of sex or age, it may even affect our children.. · Candida albicans and several other related fungi often proliferate in people who suffer digestive and other metabolic imbalances.. · Candida is also common for people who have used wide spectrum antibiotics. When we take antibiotics, we eliminate the naturally occurring bacteria of the body that is essential for a strong immunity. In doing so, our body is left vulnerable to pathogenic organisms which produce disease. Candida is often seen in children who have had numerous prescriptions for antibiotics, for repeated ear and throat infections etc.. · Candida can be common among pregnant women, particularly in the form of vaginal thrush. This may be due to hormonal changes that influence its growth.. · Babies can then develop oral thrush, which is not serious but is ...
Our analysis of fungal ABC proteins provides an insight into the diversity of this group of proteins within the main fungal lineages. It shows that ABC proteins are a highly dynamic group that has undergone a significant diversification after the divergence of fungal phyla (chytridiomycetes, zygomycetes, ascomycetes, and basidiomycetes). The process of gene duplication was apparently accompanied by gene loss events, and this resulted in a great variety of ABC proteins that we can observe today in the fungal genomes. Clearly, two evolutionary scenarios can be recognized. The number of members of the small subfamilies (ABC-A, -D, -E, -F, half-size ABC-B proteins, and unclassified ABC proteins) remained low and quite constant in the analyzed species, with only few exceptions, like an amplification of the ABC-F subfamily in R. oryzae. On the other hand, there is a remarkable variation in the number of members of the large subfamilies (ABC-B, -C, and -G) between the different species. These ...
We describe an imaging-based method in intact cells to systematically screen yeast mutant libraries for abnormal morphology and distribution of fluorescently labeled subcellular structures. In this study, chromosomally expressed green fluorescent protein (GFP) fused to the peroxisomal targeting sequence 1, consisting of serine-lysine-leucine, was introduced into 4740 viable yeast deletion mutants using a modified synthetic genetic array (SGA) technology. A benchtop robot was used to create ordered high-density arrays of GFP-expressing yeast mutants on solid media plates. Immobilized live yeast colonies were subjected to high-resolution, multidimensional confocal imaging. A software tool was designed for automated processing and quantitative analysis of acquired multichannel three-dimensional image data. The study resulted in the identification of two novel proteins, as well as of all previously known proteins required for import of proteins bearing peroxisomal targeting signal PTS1, into yeast ...
We have used a single-gene deletion mutant bank to identify the genes required for meiosis and sporulation among 4323 nonessential Saccharomyces cerevisiae annotated open reading frames (ORFs). Three hundred thirty-four sporulation-essential genes were identified, including 78 novel ORFs and 115 known genes without previously described sporulation defects in the comprehensive Saccharomyces Genome (SGD) or Yeast Proteome (YPD) phenotype databases. We have further divided the uncharacterized sporulation-essential genes into early, middle, and late stages of meiosis according to their requirement for IME1 induction and nuclear division. We believe this represents a nearly complete identification of the genes uniquely required for this complex cellular pathway. The set of genes identified in this phenotypic screen shows only limited overlap with those identified by expression-based studies ...
Crystallographic Studies of Large Complexes: From the Yeast Chromatin. Remodeling Factor ISW1a to the Entire Nucleosome-Traversing. Transcription Machinery. Kazuhiro Yamada, PhD. Senior Scientist/Over-assistant. Institute of Molecular Biology and Biophysics. ETH Zurich. Monday, October 1, 2012. 4 p.m. , Caspary Auditorium. Refreshments 3:45 p.m.. Recommended Readings:. Yen, K.; Vinayachandran, V.; Batta, K.; et al. 2012. Genome-wide Nucleosome Specificity and Directionality of Chromatin Remodelers. CELL 149(7):1461-1473 DOI: 10.1016/j.cell.2012.04.036. Richmond, Timothy J. 2012. Nucleosome recognition and spacing by chromatin remodelling factor ISW1a. BIOCHEMICAL SOCIETY TRANSACTIONS, 40: 347-350 DOI: 10.1042/BST20110748 Please request from Markus Library.. De Cian, A; Praly, E; Ding, F; et al. 2012. ATP-Independent Cooperative Binding of Yeast Isw1a to Bare and Nucleosomal DNA. PLOS ONE 7(2): e31845 DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0031845. Sharma, A.; Jenkins, K. R.; Heroux, A.; et al. 2011. Crystal ...
Nematocida is a genus of Microsporidia fungi. One species, N. parisii, is found in wild isolates of Caenorhabditis elegans. It has been knicknamed the nematode-killer from Paris. This species replicates in the intestines of C. elegans. Microsporidian genome analysis reveals evolutionary strategies for obligate intracellular growth. Cuomo CA, Desjardins CA, Bakowski MA, Goldberg J, Ma AT, Becnel JJ, Didier ES, Fan L, Heiman DI, Levin JZ, Young S, Zeng Q and Troemel ER, Genome Res., 2012 Dec, 22(12, pages 2478-2488, doi:10.1101/gr.142802.112 Nematocida at the Encyclopedia of ...
Lineage: cellular organisms; Eukaryota; Opisthokonta; Fungi; Dikarya; Ascomycota; saccharomyceta; Saccharomycotina; Saccharomycetes; Saccharomycetales; Saccharomycetaceae; Saccharomyces; Saccharomyces ...
Lineage: cellular organisms; Eukaryota; Opisthokonta; Fungi; Dikarya; Ascomycota; saccharomyceta; Saccharomycotina; Saccharomycetes; Saccharomycetales; Saccharomycetaceae; Saccharomyces; Saccharomyces ...
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Heineken Lager Beer is a Euro Pale Lager style beer brewed by Heineken Nederland B.V. in Zoeterwoude, Netherlands. 2.72 average with 5019 ratings, reviews and opinions.
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The Alt-R|sup>®|/sup> CRISPR-Cpf1 System is a complete, RiboNucleoProtein-based solution for efficient knock-in and knock-out genome editing experiments.
SALEH, D., XU, P., SHEN, Y., LI, C., ADREIT, H., MILAZZO, J., RAVIGNÉ, V., BAZIN, E., NOTTÉGHEM, J.-L., FOURNIER, E. and THARREAU, D. (2012), Sex at the origin: an Asian population of the rice blast fungus Magnaporthe oryzae reproduces sexually. Molecular Ecology, 21: 1330-1344. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-294X.2012.05469.x ...
Horizontal gene transfer (HGT) is a fast-track mechanism that allows genetically unrelated organisms to exchange genes for rapid environmental adaptation. We developed a new phyletic distribution-based software, HGT-Finder, which implements a novel bioinformatics algorithm to calculate a horizontal transfer index and a probability value for each query gene. Applying this new tool to the Aspergillus fumigatus, Aspergillus flavus, and Aspergillus nidulans genomes, we found 273, 542, and 715 transferred genes (HTGs), respectively. HTGs have shorter length, higher guanine-cytosine (GC) content, and relaxed selection pressure. Metabolic process and secondary metabolism functions are significantly enriched in HTGs. Gene clustering analysis showed that 61%, 41% and 74% of HTGs in the three genomes form physically linked gene clusters (HTGCs). Overlapping manually curated, secondary metabolite gene clusters (SMGCs) with HTGCs found that 9 of the 33 A. fumigatus SMGCs and 31 of the 65 A. nidulans SMGCs share
Author summary Genetically identical cells, even when they are exposed to the same environmental conditions, display incredible diversity. Gene expression noise is attributed to be a key source of this phenotypic diversity. Transcriptional dynamics is a dominant source of expression noise. Although scores of theoretical and experimental studies have explored how noise is regulated at the level of transcription, most of them focus on the gene specific, cis regulatory elements, such as the number of transcription factor (TF) binding sites, their binding strength, etc. However, how the global properties of transcription, such as the limited availability of TFs impact noise in gene expression remains rather elusive. Here we build a theoretical model that incorporates the effect of limiting TF pool on gene expression noise. We find that competition between genes for TFs leads to enhanced variability in mRNA copy number across an isogenic population. Moreover, for gene copies sharing TFs with other competitor
I have pursued a breadth of research that explored the functional genomic study of eukaryotic transcriptional regulation. I have utilized two model organisms, many experimental methodologies, and have developed a suite of computational resources to study the interaction of transcription factors with regulated targets. In Saccharomyces cerevisiae I worked with my collaborator Dr. Zhanzhi (Mike) Hu to characterize the whole-genome transcriptional response of 263 individual transcription factor deletions. We utilized a sophisticated error model and directed-weighted graphs to model a network of high-confidence targets for each transcription factor profiled. We then used regulatory epistasis to elucidate the true set of primary KO-regulated targets and construct a functional transcriptional regulatory network. This network was analyzed for ontological and sequence motif enrichment in order to gain insight into the biological functions represented by transcription factors studied. Functional ...
The re-expression of fetal cardiac genes during disease requires coordinated chromatin remodeling. Local chromatin packing around the nucleosome protein complex is understood with atomic resolution; however, higher level properties of chromatin packing in the cardiovascular system are unknown. We hypothesized that nucleosome occupancy (i.e. exact positioning of nucleosomes at given loci) is a feature that regulates altered gene expression in hypertrophy. To investigate mechanisms that establish chromatin structure, genome-wide nucleosome location in heart was determined by Micrococcal Nuclease treatment followed by next-generation sequencing (MNase-Seq). A total of 137.4M Illumina reads were acquired from normal and hypertrophic myocardium, and Novoalign used to align them to the mouse genome mm9 with an average mapping percentage of 59%. Resulting occupancy profiles from normal and diseased cardiac myocytes exhibit global (i.e. chromosome scale) similarities, but local (i.e. gene/promoter ...
Eukaryotic DNA is packaged in chromatin, whose repeating subunit, the nucleosome, consists of an octamer of histone proteins wrapped by about 147bp of DNA. This packaging affects the accessibility of DNA and hence any process that occurs on DNA, such as replication, repair, and transcription. An early observation from genome-wide nucleosome mapping in yeast was that genes had a surprisingly characteristic structure, which has motivated studies to understand what determines this architecture. Both sequence and trans acting factors are known to influence chromatin packaging, but the relative contributions of cis and trans determinants of nucleosome positioning is debated. Here we present data using genetic approaches to examine the contributions of cis and trans acting factors on nucleosome positioning in budding yeast. We developed the use of yeast artificial chromosomes to exploit quantitative differences in the chromatin structures of different yeast species. This allows us to place approximately 150kb
There are number of fruit bodies in Ascomycota. In yeasts and related fungi the asci are not enclosed by hyphae, but in most ascomycetes they are
42 out of 52112 patients (0.00081) who underwent cataract surgery developed endophthalmitis. Male: female ratio was 26:16. Mean time interval between surgery and presentation was 14.48±14.61 days. There was no statistical significance based on surgeon experience (p 0.424) or type of procedure. 76.2% had hypopyon and 23.8% had fibrin reaction (p 0.007). Eleven (26.2%) eyes needed vitrectomy, two eyes needed sclerocorneal patch graft and one underwent evisceration. Culture was positive 0.07% of eyes. Smear was positive for Gram negative bacilli in 16.7%, Gram positive cocci in 4.8% and fungus in 4.8% of cases. PCR was positive for eubacterial genome in 57.2%, pan fungal genome in 2.4% and both in 7.1%. In vitreous aspirate PCR was positive for eubacterial genome & P.acne in 3/11 (27.27%), eubacterial genome & panfungal genome in 1/11(0.09) for eubacterial genome alone in 1/11(0.09). Final mean BCVA improved from 6/120 to 6/18(P= ...
High-throughput genomic technologies continue to move in a direction where data yield from the instruments is increasing, while the cost for acquiring the technology is continuously decreasing. For example, the introduction of benchtop genome sequencers such as MiSeq from Illumina [1], has made complete sequencing of viral, bacterial, and small fungal genomes affordable to small laboratories. Nonetheless, acquiring the sequence is only the first step, and must be followed by large-scale computational analysis to process the data, test hypotheses and draw scientific insights. Therefore, investment in a sequencing instrument would normally be accompanied by substantial investment in computer hardware, skilled informatics support, and bioinformaticians competent in configuring and using specific software to analyze the data.. An alternative model is now available: computational capacity can be purchased as a service from a cloud computing provider, and specialized computational systems can be run ...
Identification of pediatric septic shock subclasses based on genome-wide expression profiling. . Biblioteca virtual para leer y descargar libros, documentos, trabajos y tesis universitarias en PDF. Material universiario, documentación y tareas realizadas por universitarios en nuestra biblioteca. Para descargar gratis y para leer online.
Generation and filtering of gene expression noise by the bacterial cell cycle. . Biblioteca virtual para leer y descargar libros, documentos, trabajos y tesis universitarias en PDF. Material universiario, documentación y tareas realizadas por universitarios en nuestra biblioteca. Para descargar gratis y para leer online.
We have described GECKO, a simple method for constraining metabolic fluxes with enzymatic data that can be implemented for any GEM. Our method shares elements with previous approaches but stands out as the first method developed for implementing enzyme constraints on a genome‐scale model using experimentally measured turnover numbers and enabling the direct integration of absolute proteomic measurements. GECKO is based on the FBAwMC approach (Beg et al, 2007) but extended to limit each individual enzyme, thereby giving a physiologically constrained and thus more feasible solution. On the other hand, as GECKO uses inequalities instead of equalities, it is less constrained than RBA (Goelzer et al, 2015), thus relying less on the quality of the experimental data. Finally, GECKO does not require a detailed description of protein synthesis, and therefore, its implementation to model eukaryal organisms is less demanding compared to the ME‐modeling strategy (OBrien et al, 2013). Furthermore, the ...
If you have used this database, please ensure that you acknowledge this most recent Pseudomonas Genome Database publication rather than just the website URL. Thank you!. Winsor GL, Griffiths EJ, Lo R, Dhillon BK, Shay JA, Brinkman FS (2016 ...
If you have used this database, please ensure that you acknowledge this most recent Pseudomonas Genome Database publication rather than just the website URL. Thank you!. Winsor GL, Griffiths EJ, Lo R, Dhillon BK, Shay JA, Brinkman FS (2016 ...
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Landshark Lager is a American Adjunct Lager style beer brewed by Margaritaville Brewing Co. in Jacksonville, FL. 2.62 average with 1881 ratings, reviews and opinions.