Module ribosome_biogenesis




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Cond796:Ca5'\n mSOF1:involved in rRNA processing,56 kDa nucleolar snRNP protein t\nhat shows homology to beta subunits of G-proteins and the sp\nlicing factor Prp4,Null mutant is inviable. sof1-56, a domin\nant suppressor of nop1 mutants can restore growth and pre-RN\nA processing at 35 degrees C. In vivo depletion of SOF1 lead\ns to impaired pre-rRNA processing and inhibition of 18S rRNA\n production.\n Cond399:Nitrogen_Depletion_8_h\n mYDR413C:Unknown ,, Unknown\n Cond798:Ca30'\n Cond791:Sorbitol_30'\n Cond432:YPD_stationary_phase_22_d_ypd-1\n mYOR145C:Unknown ,, Unknown\n Cond410:diauxic_shift_timecourse_18.5_h\n Pho85.pho85:Chemical inhibition of the Pho85 cyclin-dependent kinase rev\neals a role in the environmental stress response.  Proc Natl\n Acad Sci U S A. 2001 Oct 23;98(22):12578-83.\n mFPR4:Homolog of homolog of the nucleolar FKBP, Fpr3,peptidyl-prol\nyl cis-trans isomerase (PPIase),Null mutant is viable\n mPUF6:member of the PUF protein family,,\n Cond675:MHY1_(dun1)_+_heat_20_min\n GCR1.gcr1:Understanding the growth phenotype of the yeast gcr1 mutant \nin terms of global genomic expression patterns.  J Bacteriol\n. 2000 Sep;182(17):4970-8.\n Cond981:F82G_pho4D_10_mM_1NaPP1\n Cond362:dtt_000_min__dtt-2\n mURA7:Last step in pyrimidine biosynthesis pathway; URA7 is very s\nimilar to URA8 CTP synthase,CTP synthase,Null mutant is viab\nle; ura7 ura8 double deletion mutants are inviable\n Cond697:gal2-gal\n Cond834:tlc1_Expt.2_Passage_6\n Stress.HypoOsmot:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n mRPA135:135 kDa subunit of RNA polymerase I,RNA polymerase I subunit\n,suppression of rpb1, cold sensitive\n mRKI1:Ribose-5-phosphate ketol-isomerase,ribose-5-phosphate ketol-\nisomerase,Null mutant is inviable\n Cond416:YPD_10_h__ypd-2\n Cond810:Na45'\n Cond637:DES460_+_0.02%_MMS_-_60_min\n mNOP12:Nucleolar Protein; isolated as a mutant exhibiting synthetic\n lethality with a nop2 ts allele.,,Null mutant is viable and\n shows slow growth and cold sensitivity\n mNOP13:Nucleolar Protein 13,,\n mRRS1:Regulator for ribosome synthesis,,Null mutant is inviable. R\nsr1p depletion causes defects in pre-rRNA processing and rib\nosome assembly. The rrs1-1 mutant exhibits reduced transcrip\ntional repression of both rRNA and ribosomal protein genes.\n mNOP14:NucleOlar Protein 14,ribosome biogenesis,lethal\n mRSA3:RiboSome Assembly,,\n mPWP1:Protein with periodic trytophan residues that resembles memb\ners of beta-transducin superfamily because of presence of WD\n-40 repeats,,Null mutants are viable but show severely retar\nded growth\n mPWP2:Eight WD-repeats with homology with G protein beta subunits \nflanked by nonhomologous N-terminal and C-terminal extension\ns,,Null mutant is inviable\n mNOP15:Nucleolar protein 15,ribosome biogenesis,\n Cond439:DBY7286_+_0.3_mM_H2O2_(20_min)\n Cond435:DBYmsn2-4-_37degree_heat_-_20_min\n Cond310:Heat_Shock_000_minutes_hs-2\n COMP.:Functional classification via a compendium of knockouts. Hug\nes et.al., cell 2000.\n mRPA12:A12.2 subunit of RNA polymerase I,RNA polymerase I A12.2 sub\nunit,Null mutant is viable but is temperature sensitive; syn\nthetically lethal with RPA14\n Cond318:37C_to_25C_shock_-_60_min\n Cond429:YPD_stationary_phase_5_d_ypd-1\n Cond480:WT+/-100mM3AT(SetA)(R491)\n Cond155:she4\n Cond312:Heat_Shock_015_minutes_hs-2\n TorRama.Series0:Partitioning the transcriptional program induced by rapamyci\nn among the effectors of the Tor proteins. Curr Biol. 2000 D\nec 14-28;10(24):1574-81\n mMAK16:putative nuclear protein,nuclear protein (putative),Null mut\nant is inviable, conditional mutants arrest at G(sub)1, are \ndeficient in maintenance of killer M1 double-stranded RNA\n mENP1:Essential nuclear protein,57 kDa protein with an apparent MW\n of 70 kDa by SDS-PAGE (putative),Null mutant is inviable\n mENP2:Unknown ,, Unknown\n Cond693:gal7+gal\n Cond569:cdc15_10\n Cond482:WT+/-100mM3AT(SetC)(KNY164)\n Cond914:(99i2)_S150-2B_YPGL+G_NormInt\n mYOR146W:Unknown ,, Unknown\n mLOC1:Localization of mRNA,,Mutant exhibits slow growth at 30C\n Cond430:YPD_stationary_phase_7_d_ypd-1\n mCGR1:coiled-coil growth-regulated,coiled-coil protein,Null mutant\n is inviable; CGR1 expression is down-regulated in the postd\niauxic growth phase\n mYJR070C:Unknown ,, Unknown\n mHCA4:putative RNA helicase,RNA helicase (putative),Null mutant is\n inviable. A Tn3 insertion into this gene causes hypersensit\nivity to the cell surface polymer perturbing agent calcofluo\nr white.\n mMRD1:Multiple RNA Binding Domain; essential for synthesis of the \nsmall ribosomal subunit,,Null mutant is inviable (haploid di\nvides 2-3 times)\n mNOG1:Nucleolar G-protein 1; LPG15w (working nomenclature),homolog\ns identified in human and Trypanosoma brucei , nucleolar G-p\nrotein (putative),Null mutant is inviable.\n mNOG2:Nuclear/Nucleolar GTP-binding protein 2,part of a pre-60S co\nmplex,Null: lethal. Other phenotypes: A gal1::nog2 mutant sh\nows 60S maturation defect in glucose repressive conditions.\n Cond427:YPD_stationary_phase_2_d_ypd-1\n mYIL096C:Unknown ,, Unknown\n Cond662:mec1_plus_gamma_5_min\n mYLR435W:Unknown ,, Unknown\n mLSG1:Killer toxin REsistant,,Heterozygous diploid mutant exhibits\n haploinsufficiency K1 killer toxin resistance\n mMAK21:essential for 60s ribosome biogenesis; involved in nuclear e\nxport of pre-ribosomes,,deficient in maintenance of killer\n mRMT2:Protein Arginine Methyltransferase; R = arginine; MT = methy\nltransferase,arginine methyltransferase,Null mutant is viabl\ne\n gala.-gal:Integrated genomic and proteomic analyses of a systematicall\ny perturbed metabolic network.  Science. 2001 May 4;292(5518\n):929-34.\n Cond945:W303_YPD\n Cond443:DBYyap1_+_0.32_mM_H2O2_(20_min)\n mSIK1:homology to microtubule binding proteins and to X90565_5.cds\n,similar to microtubule binding proteins and to X90565_5.cds\n,wild-type gene suppresses toxicity of GAL4-I-Kappa-B alpha \nin yeast\n Cond833:tlc1_Expt.2_Passage_5\n mECM16:ExtraCellular Mutant,,A Tn3 insertion into this gene causes \nhypersensitivity to the cell surface polymer perturbing agen\nt calcofluor white.\n mYGR272C:Unknown ,, Unknown\n Cond706:gal2gal80-gal\n Cond370:1.5_mM_diamide_(10_min)\n Cond571:cdc15_50\n Cond634:DES460_+_0.02%_MMS_-_15_min\n Stress.ColdShock:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n Calcin.crz1:Genome-wide analysis of gene expression regulated by the cal\ncineurin/Crz1p signaling pathway in Saccharomyces cerevisiae\n.  J Biol Chem. 2002 Aug 23;277(34):31079-88\n Cond461:21_deg_growth_ct-1\n Cond813:Na+FK30'\n Cond485:Low-Pi_vs_High-Pi_in_WT_(DBY7286)\n Cond303:Heat_Shock_20_minutes_hs-1\n mRPA34:RNA polymerase I subunit, not shared (A34.5),,Null mutant is\n viable but its RNA polymerase I lacks subunit A49 (rpa49p);\n synthetically lethal with RPA14; shows synthetic interactio\nns with DNA topoisomerase I (TPO1)\n mMRT4:mRna turnover 4,,Null mutant exhibits slow growth.  ts mutat\nion results in decreased decay rates of mRNAs\n Cond636:DES460_+_0.2%_MMS_-_45_min\n Cond570:cdc15_30\n mYPL146C:Unknown ,, Unknown\n Cond639:DES460_+_0.02%_MMS_-_120_min\n Cond441:DBYmsn2/4_(real_strain)_+_0.32_mM_H2O2_(20_min)\n Cond408:diauxic_shift_timecourse_13.5_h\n mGUA1:GMP synthase,GMP synthase,Null mutant is viable but is a gua\nnine auxotroph\n Cond11:arg5,6\n mYJR071W:Unknown ,, Unknown\n Cond477:GCN4/gcn4Din100mM3AT(KNY164/KNY124)\n Cond801:CaFK15'\n Stress.dshift:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n Cond390:aa_starv_0.5_h\n Cond320:heat_shock_17_to_37,_20_minutes\n mYIL127C:Unknown ,, Unknown\n Cond316:37C_to_25C_shock_-_30_min\n Cond462:25_deg_growth_ct-1\n mTCI1:protein phosphatase Two C-Interacting protein,,\n Cond982:pho85D_10_mM_1NaPP1_\n Cond301:Heat_Shock_10_minutes_hs-1\n Calcin.CaFK:Genome-wide analysis of gene expression regulated by the cal\ncineurin/Crz1p signaling pathway in Saccharomyces cerevisiae\n.  J Biol Chem. 2002 Aug 23;277(34):31079-88\n mBRX1:Essential nucleolar protein required for biogenesis of the 6\n0S ribosomal subunit,,inviable\n mYOR309C:Unknown ,, Unknown\n mYLR401C:Unknown ,, Unknown\n Cond440:DBYmsn2msn4_(good_strain)_+_0.32_mM_H2O2\n Cond337:constant_0.32_mM_H2O2_(30_min)_redo\n mNEW1:This gene encodes a protein with an Q/N-rich amino terminal \ndomain that acts as a prion, termed [NU]+.,,Null mutant is v\niable\n mDUS1:tRNA dihydrouridine synthase,tRNA dihydrouridine synthase,\n mRPA43:DNA-dependent RNA polymerase I subunit A43,DNA dependent RNA\n polymerase I subunit A43,Null mutant is inviable\n Cond224:CMD1(tetpromoter)\n Cond800:CaFK5'\n mYBL028C:Unknown ,, Unknown\n mRPA49:49-kDa alpha subunit of RNA polymerase A,RNA polymerase A 49\n kDa alpha subunit,Null mutant is viable but grows slowly an\nd is temperature or cold sensitive; synthetically lethal wit\nh RPA14\n Cond745: mYOR287C:Unknown ,, Unknown\n Cond371:1.5_mM_diamide_(20_min)\n Cond377:1M_sorbitol_-_5_min\n mYNL313C:Unknown ,, Unknown\n GCN4.gcn4:Transcriptional profiling shows that Gcn4p is a master regul\nator of gene expression during amino acid starvation in yeas\nt.  Mol Cell Biol. 2001 Jul;21(13):4347-68.\n mKRE33:Killer toxin REsistant ,,Heterozygous diploid mutant exhibit\n haploinsufficiency K1 killer toxin resistance\n Stress.DTT1:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n Cond651:wt_plus_gamma_10_min\n mNUG1:NUclear GTPase,Nuclear GTPase involved in Ribosome biogenesi\ns,Null: dead.\n Stress.DTT2:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n mKRR1:Involved in cell division and spore germination,,Null mutant\n is inviable\n Cond832:tlc1_Expt.2_Passage_4\n mEMG1:Essential for Mitotic Growth,ribosome biogenesis,Lethal\n Cond326:29C_to_33C_-_15_minutes\n Cond855:pm38-30\n mNRP1:asparagine-rich protein,,\n mHMT1:hnRNP methyltransferase,arginine methyltransferase , mono- a\nnd asymmetrically dimethylating enzyme , arginine methyltran\nsferase , mono- and asymmetrically dimethylating enzyme , ar\nginine methyltransferase , mono- and asymmetrically dimethyl\nating enzyme,Null mutant is viable, hmt1 npl3-1 mutants are \ninviable\n mYLR198C:Unknown ,, Unknown\n mMAK5:Necessary for maintenance of dsRNA killer plasmids. Is predi\ncted to encode an DEAD-box RNA helicase,,deficient in mainte\nnance of killer\n Cond638:DES460_+_0.02%_MMS_-_90_min\n mNOP58:57 kDa nucleolar protein involved in the pre-rRNA processing\n steps that lead to formation of 18 S rRNA; interacts with N\nop1p,57 kDa nucleolar protein,Null mutant is inviable; in vi\nvo depletion impairs synthesis of the 40S ribosomal subunit\n Cond764:Heat_120'\n Cond635:DES460_+_0.02%_MMS_-_30_min\n mLTV1:Protein required for viability at low temperature,,\n Cond857:pm38-gtoe\n mRNT1:Ribonuclease III,ribonuclease III,Null mutant is viable, but\n very sick (Abou Elela and Ares 1998, Chanfreau et al 1998).\n mCBF5:major low affinity 55 kDa Centromere/microtubule binding pro\ntein,major low affinity 55 kDa centromere/microtubule bindin\ng protein,Null mutant is inviable\n mYEF3:contains two ABC cassettes, and binds and hydrolyses ATP,Tra\nnslation elongation factor 3 (EF-3),Null mutant is inviable\n Cond317:37C_to_25C_shock_-_45_min\n Stress.NitroDepl:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n mHGH1:HMG1/2 homolog,,\n UME6.ume6:The Ume6 regulon coordinates metabolic and meiotic gene expr\nession in yeast.  Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2002 Oct 15;99(2\n1):13431-6.\n Cond419:YPD_2_d_ypd-2\n Y-Stre.Heat:Remodeling of yeast genome expression in response to environ\nmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2001 Feb;12(2):323-37.\n mPXR1:Unknown ,, Unknown\n Cond139:rpl8a\n COMP.KO:Functional classification via a compendium of knockouts. Hug\nes et.al., cell 2000.\n gala.+gal:Integrated genomic and proteomic analyses of a systematicall\ny perturbed metabolic network.  Science. 2001 May 4;292(5518\n):929-34.\n Cond640:DES459_(mec1-)_+_0.02%_MMS_-_5_min\n mUTP4:Unknown ,, Unknown\n mUTP5:Unknown ,, Unknown\n mMIS1:mitochondrial C1-tetrahydroflate synthase,C1-tetrahydrofolat\ne synthase,Null mutant is viable, exhibits no apparent defec\nts in cell growth\n mUTP6:Unknown ,, Unknown\n mDBP2:ATP-dependent RNA helicase of DEAD box family,ATP dependent \nRNA helicase , dead box protein,Null mutant is inviable\n mDBP3:ATP-dependent RNA helicase CA3 of the DEAD/DEAH box family,A\nTP dependent RNA helicase , dead/deah box protein CA3,Null m\nutant is viable\n mUTP8:Unknown ,, Unknown\n mUTP9:Unknown ,, Unknown\n mUTP10:Unknown ,, Unknown\n mUTP11:Unknown ,, Unknown\n Cond806:crz1/Ca15'\n mDBP7:Dead-box protein,RNA helicase (putative),Null mutant is viab\nle but shows slow growth\n mDBP8:Dead-Box Protein 8, ATP-dependent helicase involved in rRNA \nprocessing,dead box protein,Null mutant is inviable\n mUTP13:Unknown ,, Unknown\n mDBP9:Dead-Box Protein 9,,Null mutant is inviable\n mUTP14:Unknown ,, Unknown\n mUTP15:Unknown ,, Unknown\n mTRM1:N2,N2-dimethylguanosine-specific tRNA methyltransferase,N2,N\n2-dimethylguanosine-specific tRNA methyltransferase,An uncha\nracterized allele affects a specific base modification of bo\nth cytoplasmic and mitochondrial tRNA.\n mTRM2:tRNA methyltransferase,tRNA methyltransferase,\n mUTP18:Unknown ,, Unknown\n mYOR252W:Unknown ,, Unknown\n Cond811:Na60'\n mUTP19:Unknown ,, Unknown\n Cond372:1.5_mM_diamide_(30_min)\n Stress.HeatVar:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n Cond336:constant_0.32_mM_H2O2_(20_min)_redo\n Cond707:gal4gal80-gal\n Cond324:heat_shock_33_to_37,_20_minutes\n mTRM8:Unknown ,, Unknown\n Cond334:29C_+1M_sorbitol_to_33C_+_*NO_sorbitol_-_30_minutes\n mSAS10:Something About Silencing 10,,Null mutant is inviable; derep\nresses HMR, HML and telomeres when overexpressed\n mIMP3:Interacts With Mpp10. Imp3p is a specific component of the U\n3 snoRNP and is required for pre-18S rRNA processing. It is \nnot required for U3 snoRNA stability.,,Null mutant is inviab\nle\n mIMP4:Interacts With Mpp10. Imp4p is a specific component of the U\n3 snoRNP and is required for pre-18S rRNA processing.,,Null \nmutant is inviable\n Cond831:tlc1_Expt.2_Passage_3\n Cond815:Na+FK60'\n Calcin.Na:Genome-wide analysis of gene expression regulated by the cal\ncineurin/Crz1p signaling pathway in Saccharomyces cerevisiae\n.  J Biol Chem. 2002 Aug 23;277(34):31079-88\n Cond968:swi1,_YPD_(d)\n Cond442:DBYyap1-_+_0.3_mM_H2O2_(20_min)\n mMTR4:Dead-box family helicase required for mRNA export from nucle\nus,RNA helicase,Null mutant is inviable; a temperature-sensi\ntive mtr4 mutant accumulates poly(A)+ RNA in the nucleus at \n37 degrees\n Cell Cycle.cdc15:Comprehensive identification of cell cycle-regulated genes o\nf the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae by microarray hybridiza\ntion.  Mol Biol Cell. 1998 Dec;9(12):3273-97.\n Cond559:alpha56\n Calcin.NaFK:Genome-wide analysis of gene expression regulated by the cal\ncineurin/Crz1p signaling pathway in Saccharomyces cerevisiae\n.  J Biol Chem. 2002 Aug 23;277(34):31079-88\n Y-Stre.Peroxide:Remodeling of yeast genome expression in response to environ\nmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2001 Feb;12(2):323-37.\n mRPC19:subunit common to RNA polymerases I (A) and III (C),RNA poly\nmerases I (A) and III (C) subunit,Null mutant is inviable\n Cond980:F82G_10_mM_1NaPP1\n mUTP21:Unknown ,, Unknown\n mBUD22:Hypothetical ORF,,Null mutant is viable; random budding in d\niploid null mutants\n Cond979:WT_10_mM_1NaPP1\n Cond428:YPD_stationary_phase_3_d_ypd-1\n Cond304:Heat_Shock_30_minutes_hs-1\n fkh1,2sf.Series0:Two yeast forkhead genes regulate the cell cycle and pseudoh\nyphal growth.  Nature. 2000 Jul 6;406(6791):90-4.\n Cond436:DBYmsn2/4_(real_strain)_+_37degrees_(20_min)\n Cond958:t0.5_g/r_ratio\n Cond330:29C_+1M_sorbitol_to_33C_+_1M_sorbitol_-_15_minutes\n mGAR1:small nucleolar RNP proteins,small nucleolar RNP protein,Nul\nl mutant is inviable\n mYBR266C:Unknown ,, Unknown\n mCIC1:Nop seven associated protein 3,ribosome biogenesis,\n Cond302:Heat_Shock_15_minutes_hs-1\n Cond418:YPD_1_d_ypd-2\n mRLP24:Ribosomal Like Protein 24,part of a pre-60S complex,Null: le\nthal. Other phenotypes: A gal1::rlp24 mutant shows a 60S mat\nuration defect under glucose repressive conditions..\n Cell Cycle.alpha:Comprehensive identification of cell cycle-regulated genes o\nf the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae by microarray hybridiza\ntion.  Mol Biol Cell. 1998 Dec;9(12):3273-97.\n mNSA1:Nop seven associated,ribosome biogenesis,\n Cond913:(99i3)_S150-2B_YPD_NormInt\n Cond761:Heat_30'\n mNSA2:Killer toxin Resistant; Nop seven associated protein 2,ribos\nome biogenesis,Heterozygous diploid mutant exhibit haploinsu\nfficiency K1 killer toxin resistance\n Stress.diamide:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n mAAH1:adenine aminohydrolase (adenine deaminase),adenine aminohydr\nolase (adenine deaminase),Null mutant is viable\n mSDA1:Severe Depolymerization of Actin,,Null mutant is inviable; s\nda1-1 temperature-sensitive mutants arrest with defects in t\nhe organization of the actin cytoskeleton.\n Cond315:37C_to_25C_shock_-_15_min\n mKAP123:Karyopherin of predicted MW 122.524 Da. Similar to Kap95p (Y\nLR347C) and Kap104p *YBR017C). Ran binding protein, Homolog \nof importin-beta,karyopherin beta 4,Null mutant is viable\n Cond976:F82G_1_mM_1NaPP1\n Cond467:steady_state_21_dec_C_ct-2\n Cond674:DES459_(mec1)_+_heat_20_min\n Cond425:YPD_stationary_phase_12_h_ypd-1\n mBFR2:involved in protein transport step at the Brefeldin A blocks\n,,Null mutant is inviable; BFR2 overexpression can suppress \nthe growth defect of mutants blocked at the step of budding \nor docking of small vessicles en route to the Golgi\n Cond911:(83i5)_S150-2B_YPD_NormInt\n Cond373:1.5_mM_diamide_(40_min)\n Cond822:tlc1_Expt.1_Passage_3\n mDIM1:Dimethyladenosine transferase, (rRNA(adenine-N6,N6-)-dimethy\nltransferase),reponsible for m6[2]Am6[2]A dimethylation in 3\n'-terminal loop of 18S rRNA,dimethyladenosine transferase,Nu\nll mutant is inviable\n Cond409:diauxic_shift_timecourse_15.5_h\n Cond802:CaFK30'\n Cond300:Heat_Shock_05_minutes_hs-1\n mIPI2:Unknown ,, Unknown\n mIPI3:Unknown ,, Unknown\n mNMD3:putative Upf1p-interacting protein,factor required for a lat\ne assembly step of the 60S subunit,Null mutant is inviable, \nat nonpermissive temperature, nmd3 ts mutants exhibit decrea\nsed levels of 60S subunits resulting in formation of half-me\nr polysomes; nmd3 xrn1(kem1) double mutants are inviable\n Cond814:Na+FK45'\n Cond769:Acid_80'\n Stress.aa_starv:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n Cond245:ymr014w\n Cond335:constant_0.32_mM_H2O2_(10_min)_redo\n Cond395:Nitrogen_Depletion_30_min.\n mYKL082C:Unknown ,, Unknown\n Cond553:alpha14\n mNIP7:Nip7p is required for 60S ribosome subunit biogenesis,,Null \nmutant is inviable; in the temperature-sensitive mutant nip7\n-1, glycine 71 is replaced by aspartic acid\n mYNL114C:Unknown ,, Unknown\n mYDL062W:Unknown ,, Unknown\n Cond479:WT+/-100mM3AT(SetD)(R491)\n mYBR267W:Unknown ,, Unknown\n mYJR041C:Unknown ,, Unknown\n mYCR072C:Unknown ,, Unknown\n Cond306:Heat_Shock_60_minutes_hs-1\n Cond361:2.5mM_DTT_180_min_dtt-1\n Cond797:Ca15'\n mLHP1:Protein homologous to human La (SS-B) autoantigen,,Null muta\nnt is viable\n Cond367:dtt_240_min_dtt-2\n tcl1.tcl1:The genome-wide expression response to telomerase deletion i\nn Saccharomyces cerevisiae.  Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2002 \nJul 9;99(14):9316-21.\n mYDL063C:Unknown ,, Unknown\n mYLR413W:Unknown ,, Unknown\n Cond313:Heat_Shock_030inutes__hs-2\n Stress.Heat1:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n Cond481:WT+/-100mM3AT(SetB)(491)\n Stress.Heat2:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n mYBL054W:Unknown ,, Unknown\n Cond385:Hypo-osmotic_shock_-_15_min\n Cond818:crz1/Na30'\n Cond378:1M_sorbitol_-_15_min\n mNSR1:nuclear localization sequence binding protein,nuclear locali\nzation sequence binding protein,Null mutant is viable, shows\n severe growth defect.\n Cond358:2.5mM_DTT_060_min_dtt-1\n mRPC40:RNA polymerase III (C) subunit,RNA polymerase III subunit,Nu\nll mutant is inviable.\n SGD.GO:Functional classification via a compendium of knockouts. Hug\nes et.al., cell 2000.\n mLCP5:Lethal with conditional pap1 allele,,Null mutant is inviable\n; there is also a temperature sensitive mutant defective in \nrRNA processing and translation\n Cond365:dtt_060_min_dtt-2\n mPRP43:Pre-mRNA processing factor involved in disassembly of splice\nosomes after the release of mature mRNA,RNA helicase,\n Cond374:1.5_mM_diamide_(50_min)\n Cond433:YPD_stationary_phase_28_d_ypd-1\n Cond959:t2_g/r_ratio\n mRCL1:protein similar to the RNA 3' terminal phosphate cyclase (RN\nA 3' terminal phosphate Cyclase-Like),,Null mutant is inviab\nle.\n Cond809:Na30'\n Cond325:29C_to_33C_-_5_minutes\n mGCD10:First identified as negative regulator of GCN4 expression,RN\nA-binding protein , translation initiation factor 3 (eIF-3) \nzeta subunit,Null mutant is inviable. There are mutants avai\nlable that show constitutive HIS4 transcription and slow gro\nwth\n Cond965:ndt80_delete_mid_g/r_ratio_\n Cond787:NaCl_45'\n mDHR2:Unknown ,, Unknown\n mDRS1:ribosome assembly,ATP dependent RNA helicase (putative),Null\n mutant is inviable; cold sensitive mutant with a deficit of\n 60S ribosomal subunits\n mYPL044C:Unknown ,, Unknown\n Cond859:ms221-30\n Cond366:dtt_120_min_dtt-2\n mRLP7:Significant sequence similarity to RPL7B, but neither can fu\nnctionally replace the other. Does not correspond to any rib\nosomal component identified so far, based on its biochemical\n features,,Null mutant is inviable\n Cond977:F82G_pho4D_1_mM_1NaPP1\n mKRI1:KRRI-Interacting protein 1,Krr1p binding protein,\n mYDR365C:Unknown ,, Unknown\n mELP2:ELongator Protein 2; 90kD subunit; has WD40 repeats,RNA poly\nmerase II Elongator subunit,Null mutant is viable but grows \nslowly and shows slow adaptation to growth on new media; ts-\n (39 C); sensitive to 1 M NaCl; zymotoxin resistant; slow gr\nowth; thermo-sensitive above 38 0C; caffeine, Calcofluor Whi\nte and 6-azauracil sensitive; G1 cell cycle delay\n Cond650:wt_plus_gamma_5_min\n Calcin.Ca:Genome-wide analysis of gene expression regulated by the cal\ncineurin/Crz1p signaling pathway in Saccharomyces cerevisiae\n.  J Biol Chem. 2002 Aug 23;277(34):31079-88\n mYTM1:microtubule-associated protein,microtubule-associated protei\nn,\n Cond837:tlc1_Expt.2_Passage_9__\n Cond856:pm38-qtop\n mRRP12:Required for normal pre-rRNA processing,,Null: lethal.\n mNOP1:nucleolar protein, homologous to mammalian fibrillarin,nucle\nolar protein , similar to mammalian fibrillarin,Null mutant \nis inviable. Temperature-sensitive alleles exhibit various d\nefects in rRNA processing.\n mYOL124C:Unknown ,, Unknown\n mNOP2:May participate in nucleolar function during the transition \nfrom stationary phase to rapid growth,90 kDa protein homolog\nous to a human proliferation-associated nucleolar protein, p\n120,Null mutant is inviable; overexpression leads to changes\n in nucleolar morphology\n mNOP4:RNA recognition motif-containing protein,RNA binding protein\n (putative),Null mutant is inviable; conditional mutant show\ns diminished accumulation of 60S ribosomal subunits due to a\n lack of production of mature 25S rRNA from 27S precursor rR\nNA\n Cond396:Nitrogen_Depletion_1_h\n Cond305:Heat_Shock_40_minutes_hs-1\n Cond658:DES460_(wt)_-_mock_irradiation_-_5_min\n mNOP7:Required for normal pre-rRNA processing,,Null: lethal.\n mDIP2:DOM34 Interacting Protein,,\n mYPR142C:Unknown ,, Unknown\n mYCR016W:Unknown ,, Unknown\n Meiosis.Series0:The core meiotic transcriptome in budding yeasts.  Nat Genet\n. 2000 Dec;26(4):415-23.\n Cond552:alpha7\n Cond369:1.5_mM_diamide_(5_min)\n mSSF1:putative involvement in mating,Ssf2p homolog,Null mutant is \nviable, ssf1 ssf2 double deletion mutants are inviable. SSF1\n is a high copy suppressor of the mating defect caused by a \ntemperature sensitive G beta subunit mutation. Depletion of \nSSF gene products from growing cultures caused both an arres\nt of cell division and a significant decrease in the ability\n of cells to mate. Mating efficiency was increased by extra \ncopies of the SSF genes and decreased by elimination of the \ngene products\n Cond763:Heat_60'\n mSSF2:high copy suppressor of G beta subunit temperature sensitive\n mutation,,Null mutant is viable; displays double mutant let\nhality with ssf1 null mutations. Ssfp depletion is associate\nd with arrest of cell division and decreased mating\n Cond263:ymr269w\n Cond363:dtt_015_min_dtt-2\n mYVH1:nitrogen starvation-induced protein phosphatase,protein tyro\nsine phosphatase induced by nitrogen starvation,\n mECM1:putative transmembrane domain protein involved in cell wall \nbiogenesis,,A Tn3 insertion into ECM1 causes hypersensitivit\ny to the cell surface polymer perturbing agent calcofluor wh\nite.\n Cond782:Peroxide_40'\n mEBP2:EBNA1-binding protein homolog,nucleolar protein,Null mutant \nis inviable\n Stress.YPD:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n mYPL183C:Unknown ,, Unknown\n Cond414:YPD_6_h_ypd-2\n mMPP10:Protein component of the U3 small nucleolar ribonucleoprotei\nn (snoRNP),U3 snoRNP protein,Null mutant is inviable\n Cond386:Hypo-osmotic_shock_-_30_min\n Cond967:swi1,_YPD_(c)\n Stress.YPDStat:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n mYNL174W:Unknown ,, Unknown\n mYNR054C:Unknown ,, Unknown\n Cond488:pho85_vs_WT\n Cond323:heat_shock_29_to_37,_20_minutes\n mRPF1:protein that localizes to the nucleolus,,\n mRPF2:Hypothetical ORF,,\n Y-Stre.Acid:Remodeling of yeast genome expression in response to environ\nmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2001 Feb;12(2):323-37.\n Cond426:YPD_stationary_phase_1_d_ypd-1\n mYOR004W:Unknown ,, Unknown\n mBCP1:Hypothetical ORF,,Null mutant is inviable\n Cond437:DBYyap1-_37degree_heat_-_20_min_(redo)\n Stress.WeakHeat:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n Cond934:8h\n Cond322:heat_shock_25_to_37,_20_minutes\n mYIL019W:Unknown ,, Unknown\n Cond420:YPD_3_d_ypd-2\n Cond357:2.5mM_DTT_045_min_dtt-1\n Cond379:1M_sorbitol_-_30_min\n mRRP1:involved in processing rRNA precursor species to mature rRNA\ns,,Null mutant is inviable, cannot be suppressed by srd1 mut\nations. rrp1-1 mutations are associated with temperature-sen\nsitive growth, a conditional defect in processing of 27S pre\n-rRNA to mature 25S rRNA, and a nonconditional increase in s\nensitivity to several aminoglycoside antibiotics. srd1 is an\n allele-specific suppressor of rrp1-1.\n mRRP3:Required for maturation of the 35S primary transcript of pre\n-rRNA and is required for cleavages leading to mature 18S RN\nA,,In strains where Rrp3 is depleted, 35S precursor RNA is i\nmproperly processed. Cleavage normally occurs at sites A0O, \nAl and A2, but in the Rrp3 depletion stain cleavage occurs b\netween A2 and B1.\n Cond758:Heat_0'_(A)\n mRRP5:Ribosomal RNA Processing,required for processing of pre-rRNA\n,Overexpression of RRP5 facilitates mitochondrial import of \nhydrophobic proteins; overexpression of an RRP5 mutant compl\nements the rRNA processing defect of the null alllele, but d\noes not facilitate mitochondrial import\n mYPR143W:Unknown ,, Unknown\n Cond273:yor078w\n Cond434:DBY7286_37degree_heat_-_20_min\n Stress.HeatSorbitol:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n mRRP8:Hypothetical ORF,nucleolar protein required for efficient pr\nocessing of pre-rRNA at site A2; methyltransferase homolog,i\nmpaired growth at lower temperatures (19 to 130C) , defect i\nn pre-rRNA processing at site A2, synthetically lethal with \nmutants alleles of GAR1\n mYLR003C:Unknown ,, Unknown\n mATC1:interacts with AIP3, localized to the nucleus,,\n Stress.H202:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n Cond424:YPD_stationary_phase_8_h_ypd-1\n Cond321:heat_shock_21_to_37,_20_minutes\n mARX1:Unknown ,, Unknown\n mREX4:RNA EXonuclease; member of 3'->5' exonuclease family. See Mo\nser et al. 1997 Nucleic acids Res. 25:5110-5118,,\n Cond783:Peroxide_60'\n mNOC2:NucleOlar Complex 2; involved in nuclear export of pre-ribos\nomes,,\n mPUS7:Unknown ,, Unknown\n Cond762:Heat_45'\n SwiSnf.swisnf:Whole-genome expression analysis of snf/swi mutants of Sacch\naromyces cerevisiae.  Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2000 Mar 28;\n97(7):3364-9.\n mNOC3:NucleOlar Complex 2; involved in the nuclear export of pre-r\nibosomes,,\n Cond329:29C_+1M_sorbitol_to_33C_+_1M_sorbitol_-_5_minutes\n Y-Stre.NaCl:Remodeling of yeast genome expression in response to environ\nmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2001 Feb;12(2):323-37.\n Cond835:tlc1_Expt.2_Passage_7\n Cond460:17_deg_growth_ct-1\n Sporulation.Series0:The transcriptional program of sporulation in budding yeast.\n  Science. 1998 Oct 23;282(5389):699-705.\n mTRM82:Unknown ,, Unknown\n Cond359:2.5mM_DTT_090_min_dtt-1\n mNAN1:Net1-Associated Nucleolar protein 1,,Null mutant is inviable\n Cond417:YPD_12_h_ypd-2\n Cond946:W303ume6_YPD\n mYJL122W:Unknown ,, Unknown\n mHPT1:enzyme involved in de novo purine biosynthesis,hypoxanthine \nguanine phosphoribosyltransferase,Null mutant is viable; mut\nants show resistance to 8-azaguanine\n Y-Stre.Sorbitol:Remodeling of yeast genome expression in response to environ\nmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2001 Feb;12(2):323-37.\n Stress.Sorbitol:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n Cond415:YPD_8_h_ypd-2\n mSPB1:Suppressor of PaB1 mutant; involved in 60S ribosomal subunit\n biogenesis,methyltransferase (putative),Null mutant is invi\nable. The spb1-1 mutant is an extragenic suppressor of a pab\n1 null mutation.\n mRRB1:RiboSome Assembly 2,,Null mutant is inviable; a temperature-\nsensitive mutant has decreased free 60s ribosomal subunit.\n Stress.tempgrow:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n Calcin.crz1Na:Genome-wide analysis of gene expression regulated by the cal\ncineurin/Crz1p signaling pathway in Saccharomyces cerevisiae\n.  J Biol Chem. 2002 Aug 23;277(34):31079-88\n Cond360:2.5mM_DTT_120_min_dtt-1\n mHAS1:Helicase Associated with SET1,RNA-dependent helicase (putati\nve),Null mutant is inviable\n pho.Pho:New components of a system for phosphate accumulation and po\nlyphosphate metabolism in Saccharomyces cerevisiae revealed \nby genomic expression analysis.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(\n12):4309-21.\n mROK1:contains domains found in the DEAD protein family of ATP-dep\nendent RNA helicases; high-copy suppressor of kem1 null muta\nnt,,Null mutant is inviable\n Cond411:diauxic_shift_timecourse_20.5_h\n Stress.Various:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n mERB1:conserved eukaryotic protein involved in ribosome biogenesis\n,,Null mutant is inviable.\n mYMR310C:Unknown ,, Unknown\n mBMS1:BMH1 sensitive,,Null mutant is inviable; a temperature-sensi\ntive allele exhibits a synthetic growth defect with bmh1-del\nta; the temperature-sensitive allele also exhibits diploid s\npecific bud site randomization at the semi-permissive temper\nature\n Cond699:gal4-gal\n mFYV13:Function required for Yeast Viability on toxin exposure,,Nul\nl mutant is viable but exhibits K1 killer toxin hypersensiti\nvity.\n mPPT1:serine/threonine phosphatase,,\n mYDR412W:Unknown ,, Unknown\n Cond858:pm71-30\n Cond665:mec1_plus_gamma_30_min\n Stress.tempsteady:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n mMAK5 mCIC1 mSPB1 mNOP7 mPWP2 mUTP6 mUTP18 mUTP13 mNOP1 mDHR2 mSOF1 mSIK1 mNOP2 mNOP58 mLHP1 mYDR365C mRRP1 mBFR2 mLCP5 mRPF2 mYNR054C mNOP12 mUTP5 mYJR070C mUTP15 mYDR412W mERB1 mPUF6 mNOP13 mNUG1 mNSA2 mNSA1 mPRP43 mROK1 mRRP5 mHAS1 mYTM1 mYPR143W mEBP2 mKRE33 mNOC2 mRPF1 mGAR1 mNMD3 mUTP9 mUTP10 mNAN1 mIPI2 mRPC19 mIPI3 mUTP11 mDIP2 mUTP21 mUTP14 mYOR145C mRPA12 mMRT4 mDBP7 mDRS1 mNOC3 mCBF5 mPWP1 mBRX1 mFPR4 mRLP7 mNOP15 mNOG1 mNIP7 mRPA135 mRPC40 mKRI1 mNOP4 mRPA49 mYBR267W mYJL122W
Cond626:DY1457_(wild_type)_3_mM_vs._61_nM_zinc_y13-121\n Cond912:(99i1)_S150-2B_YPGL_NormInt\n Cond399:Nitrogen_Depletion_8_h\n mYLR339C:Unknown ,, Unknown\n Cond432:YPD_stationary_phase_22_d_ypd-1\n mRPP1A:Homology to rat P1, human P1, and E.coli L12eIIA,acidic ribo\nsomal protein P1A (YP1alpha) (A1),\n Pho85.pho85:Chemical inhibition of the Pho85 cyclin-dependent kinase rev\neals a role in the environmental stress response.  Proc Natl\n Acad Sci U S A. 2001 Oct 23;98(22):12578-83.\n Cond410:diauxic_shift_timecourse_18.5_h\n mRPS21A:Homology to rat S21,ribosomal protein S21A (S26A) (YS25),\n mFPR4:Homolog of homolog of the nucleolar FKBP, Fpr3,peptidyl-prol\nyl cis-trans isomerase (PPIase),Null mutant is viable\n mRPS21B:Homology to rat S21,ribosomal protein S21B (S26B) (YS25),\n mPUF6:member of the PUF protein family,,\n Cond675:MHY1_(dun1)_+_heat_20_min\n mRPS14A:Homology to mammalian S14, E. coli S11,ribosomal protein S14\nA (rp59A),Cryptopleurine resistance\n GCR1.gcr1:Understanding the growth phenotype of the yeast gcr1 mutant \nin terms of global genomic expression patterns.  J Bacteriol\n. 2000 Sep;182(17):4970-8.\n Cond362:dtt_000_min__dtt-2\n mURA7:Last step in pyrimidine biosynthesis pathway; URA7 is very s\nimilar to URA8 CTP synthase,CTP synthase,Null mutant is viab\nle; ura7 ura8 double deletion mutants are inviable\n mRPS14B:Homology to human S14 and rat S14, E. coli S11,ribosomal pro\ntein S14B (rp59B),Null mutant is viable\n Cond400:Nitrogen_Depletion_12_h\n Cond697:gal2-gal\n mRKI1:Ribose-5-phosphate ketol-isomerase,ribose-5-phosphate ketol-\nisomerase,Null mutant is inviable\n Cond416:YPD_10_h__ypd-2\n Cond810:Na45'\n Calcin.NaNa:Genome-wide analysis of gene expression regulated by the cal\ncineurin/Crz1p signaling pathway in Saccharomyces cerevisiae\n.  J Biol Chem. 2002 Aug 23;277(34):31079-88\n Cond637:DES460_+_0.02%_MMS_-_60_min\n mRPS8A:Homology to mammalian S8,ribosomal protein S8A (S14A) (rp19)\n (YS9),\n Cond890:G1\n mRPS8B:Homology to mammalian S8,ribosomal protein S8B (S14B) (rp19)\n (YS9),\n mNOP13:Nucleolar Protein 13,,\n mPWP1:Protein with periodic trytophan residues that resembles memb\ners of beta-transducin superfamily because of presence of WD\n-40 repeats,,Null mutants are viable but show severely retar\nded growth\n mNOP15:Nucleolar protein 15,ribosome biogenesis,\n Cond435:DBYmsn2-4-_37degree_heat_-_20_min\n Cond310:Heat_Shock_000_minutes_hs-2\n Cond873:10min\n COMP.:Functional classification via a compendium of knockouts. Hug\nes et.al., cell 2000.\n mRPP2A:Homology to rat P2, human P2, and E.coli L12eIB,60S acidic r\nibosomal protein P2A (L44) (A2) (YP2alpha),Null mutant is vi\nable\n mRPP2B:Homology to rat P2, human P2, and E.coli L12eIA,ribosomal pr\notein P2B (YP2beta) (L45),Null mutant is viable\n mRPA12:A12.2 subunit of RNA polymerase I,RNA polymerase I A12.2 sub\nunit,Null mutant is viable but is temperature sensitive; syn\nthetically lethal with RPA14\n mRPS22A:Homology to rat S15a,ribosomal protein S22A (S24A) (rp50) (Y\nS22),\n Cond429:YPD_stationary_phase_5_d_ypd-1\n Cond480:WT+/-100mM3AT(SetA)(R491)\n Cond318:37C_to_25C_shock_-_60_min\n mRPS22B:Homology to rat S15a,ribosomal protein S22B (S24B) (rp50) (Y\nS22),\n Cond673:DES460_(wild_type)_+_heat_20_min\n mSSZ1:DnaK homolog, interacts with Zuo1p (DnaJ homolog) to form a \nribosome-associated complex (RAC) that is bound to the ribos\nome via the Zuo1p subunit,HSP70 family,Null mutant is viable\n, cold sensitive; SSZ1 overexpression causes increased expre\nssion of some PDR genes\n Cond312:Heat_Shock_015_minutes_hs-2\n TorRama.Series0:Partitioning the transcriptional program induced by rapamyci\nn among the effectors of the Tor proteins. Curr Biol. 2000 D\nec 14-28;10(24):1574-81\n Cond683:MHY1_(crt1)_vs._CRY1_(wild_type)_-_log_phase\n Cond689:gal3+gal\n Cond693:gal7+gal\n Cond849:120_min\n Cond430:YPD_stationary_phase_7_d_ypd-1\n mRPS9A:Homology to rat S9 and E.coli S4,ribosomal protein S9A (S13)\n (rp21) (YS11),\n mRPS9B:Homology to rat S9 and E. coli S4,ribosomal protein S9B (S13\n) (rp21) (YS11),Suppression of nonsense mutations\n mYJR070C:Unknown ,, Unknown\n Cond879:MMC\n mRPL11A:Homology to rat L11 and E. coli L5,ribosomal protein L11A (L\n16A) (rp39A) (YL22),\n mRPL11B:Homology to rat L11 and E. coli L5; involved in protein synt\nhesis,ribosomal protein L11B (L16B) (rp39B) (YL22),Null muta\nnt is viable, rp111b rp111a mutants are inviable. rpl11 muta\nnts are deficient in 60S ribosomal subunits relative to 40S \nsubunits. 43S preinitiation complexes accumulate in half-mer\n polyribosomes in the absence of sufficient 60S subunits.\n mRPS30B:Homology to mammalian S30,ribosomal protein S30B,Null mutant\n is viable, but it shows slow growth; Deletion of both RPS30\nA and RPS30B genes is lethal\n mRPS23A:Homology to rat S23 and E. coli S12,ribosomal protein S23A (\nS28A) (rp37) (YS14),Null mutant is viable; rps23a rps23b dou\nble deletion mutants are inviable. Mutations in different pa\nrts of RPS23 have opposite affects on translational accuracy\n or antibiotic sensitivity.\n mRPS23B:Homology to rat S23 and E. coli S12,ribosomal protein S23B (\nS28B) (rp37) (YS14),Null mutant is viable, rps23a rps23b dou\nble deletion mutants are inviable. Mutations in different pa\nrts of RPS23 have opposite affects on translational accuracy\n or antibiotic sensitivity.\n Cond427:YPD_stationary_phase_2_d_ypd-1\n mRPS16A:Homology to rat S16,ribosomal protein S16A (rp61R),\n mRPS16B:Homology to rat S16,ribosomal protein S16B (rp61R),\n gala.-gal:Integrated genomic and proteomic analyses of a systematicall\ny perturbed metabolic network.  Science. 2001 May 4;292(5518\n):929-34.\n Cond443:DBYyap1_+_0.32_mM_H2O2_(20_min)\n mSIK1:homology to microtubule binding proteins and to X90565_5.cds\n,similar to microtubule binding proteins and to X90565_5.cds\n,wild-type gene suppresses toxicity of GAL4-I-Kappa-B alpha \nin yeast\n Cond653:wt_plus_gamma_30_min\n Calcin.Ca/Ca:Genome-wide analysis of gene expression regulated by the cal\ncineurin/Crz1p signaling pathway in Saccharomyces cerevisiae\n.  J Biol Chem. 2002 Aug 23;277(34):31079-88\n Stress.ColdShock:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n mRPL10:similar to members of the QM gene family, which is implicate\nd in differentiation in other eukaryotes and tumorigenesis i\nn humans; homology to rat L10; ubiquinol-cytochrome C reduct\nase complex subunit VI requiring protein,ribosomal protein L\n10,Null mutant is inviable; temperature-sensitive mutant, at\n restrictive temperature (on rich medium), arrests after 1-3\n cell divisions as large budded cells with aberrent septum a\nnd cytoskeleton\n Cond742: mRPL12A:Homology to rat L12(a) and E. coli L11,ribosomal protein L12\nA (L15A) (YL23),Null mutant is viable.\n mRPL12B:Homology to rat L12(a) and E. coli L11,ribosomal protein L12\nB (L15B) (YL23),Null mutant is viable.\n mRPL3:Homology to rat L3,ribosomal protein L3 (rp1) (YL1),Tricoder\nmin resistance\n Cond881:4NQO\n Cond303:Heat_Shock_20_minutes_hs-1\n Cond813:Na+FK30'\n mRPS24A:Homology to rat S24,ribosomal protein S24A,\n mRPL5:Homology to rat ribosomal protein L5; required for assembly \nof stable 60S ribosomal subunits,ribosomal protein L5 (L1a)(\nYL3),Null mutant is inviable.\n mRPA34:RNA polymerase I subunit, not shared (A34.5),,Null mutant is\n viable but its RNA polymerase I lacks subunit A49 (rpa49p);\n synthetically lethal with RPA14; shows synthetic interactio\nns with DNA topoisomerase I (TPO1)\n mMRT4:mRna turnover 4,,Null mutant exhibits slow growth.  ts mutat\nion results in decreased decay rates of mRNAs\n Cond960:t5_g/r_ratio\n Cond627:DY1457_(wild_type)_3_mM_vs._76_nM_zinc_y12-122\n mTIF1:translation initiation factor eIF4A,translation initiation f\nactor eIF4A subunit,viable, tif1tif2 double mutant is lethal\n mRPS17A:Homology to rat S17,ribosomal protein S17A (rp51A),Null muta\nnt is viable and grows slowly; rps17A rps17B double null mut\nant is inviable\n mRPS17B:Homology to rat ribosomal protein S17,ribosomal protein S17B\n (rp51B),Null mutant is viable, rp51a (rps17a) rp51b (rps17b\n) deletion mutants are inviable\n mTIF2:translation initiation factor eIF4A,translation initiation f\nactor eIF4A subunit,viable, tif1tif2 double mutant is lethal\n mTIF3:Suppressor of translation mutants,translation initiation fac\ntor eIF-4B,\n mAPT1:Adenine phosphoribosyltransferase,adenine phosphoribosyltran\nsferase,\n mGUA1:GMP synthase,GMP synthase,Null mutant is viable but is a gua\nnine auxotroph\n Cond438:DBYyap1_+_37degree_heat_(repeat)\n mRPL1A:Homology to rat L10a, eubacterial L1, and archaebacterial L1\n; identical to S. cerevisiae L1B (Ssm2p),ribosomal protein L\n1A, forms part of the 60S ribosomal subunit,Null mutant is v\niable; shows double mutant lethality with rpl1b (ssm2b) null\n mutants\n mRPL1B:Homology to rat L10a, eubacterial L1, and archaebacterial L1\n; identical to S. cerevisiae L1A (Ssm1p),ribosomal protein L\n1B,\n Stress.dshift:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n Cond397:Nitrogen_Depletion_2_h\n Cond390:aa_starv_0.5_h\n Cond320:heat_shock_17_to_37,_20_minutes\n Cond316:37C_to_25C_shock_-_30_min\n Cond982:pho85D_10_mM_1NaPP1_\n Cond887:t-BuOOH\n mBRX1:Essential nucleolar protein required for biogenesis of the 6\n0S ribosomal subunit,,inviable\n mRPL20A:Homology to rat L18a,ribosomal protein L20A (L18A),\n mYDR417C:Unknown ,, Unknown\n mYOR309C:Unknown ,, Unknown\n mRPL20B:Homology to rat L18a,ribosomal protein L20B (L18B),\n mRPL13A:Homology to rat L13,ribosomal protein L13A,Null mutant is vi\nable.\n mRPL13B:Homology to rat L13,ribosomal protein L13B,\n Cond337:constant_0.32_mM_H2O2_(30_min)_redo\n Cond941:SK1_YPD\n mNEW1:This gene encodes a protein with an Q/N-rich amino terminal \ndomain that acts as a prion, termed [NU]+.,,Null mutant is v\niable\n mRPL25:Homology to E. coli L23 and rat L23a,ribosomal protein L25 (\nrpl6L) (YL25),\n mYKL056C:Unknown ,, Unknown\n mRPS25A:Homology to rat S25,ribosomal protein S25A (S31A) (rp45) (YS\n23),\n mRPS25B:Homology to rat S25; belongs to the S25E family of ribosomal\n proteins,ribosomal protein S25B (S31B) (rp45) (YS23),\n mRPL28:Homology to rat, mouse L27a,ribosomal protein L28 (L29) (rp4\n4) (YL24),Cycloheximide resistance\n mRPS18A:Homology to rat S18 and E. coli S13,ribosomal protein S18A,\n mRPS18B:Homology to rat S18 and E. coli S13,ribosomal protein S18B,\n mRPA49:49-kDa alpha subunit of RNA polymerase A,RNA polymerase A 49\n kDa alpha subunit,Null mutant is viable but grows slowly an\nd is temperature or cold sensitive; synthetically lethal wit\nh RPA14\n mPRS1:ribose-phosphate pyrophosphokinase,ribose-phosphate pyrophos\nphokinase,\n Cond745: mRPL2A:Homology to rat L8 and E. coli L2,ribosomal protein L2A (L5A\n) (rp8) (YL6),\n Cond463:29_deg_growth_ct-1\n mYHR020W:Unknown ,, Unknown\n mRPL2B:Homology to rat L8 and E. coli L2,ribosomal protein L2B (L5B\n) (rp8) (YL6),\n GCN4.gcn4:Transcriptional profiling shows that Gcn4p is a master regul\nator of gene expression during amino acid starvation in yeas\nt.  Mol Cell Biol. 2001 Jul;21(13):4347-68.\n mKRE33:Killer toxin REsistant ,,Heterozygous diploid mutant exhibit\n haploinsufficiency K1 killer toxin resistance\n Stress.DTT1:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n Cond651:wt_plus_gamma_10_min\n Cond872:Zero1\n mKRR1:Involved in cell division and spore germination,,Null mutant\n is inviable\n Stress.DTT2:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n mEMG1:Essential for Mitotic Growth,ribosome biogenesis,Lethal\n mYLR198C:Unknown ,, Unknown\n mRPL21A:Homology to rat L21,ribosomal protein L21A,\n mRPL30:Homology to rat and mouse L30,ribosomal protein L30 (L32) (r\np73) (YL38) large subunit,Null mutant is inviable.\n Cond532:GAL-RHO1-Q68H,3hrs.gallog10(intensity)\n mNOP58:57 kDa nucleolar protein involved in the pre-rRNA processing\n steps that lead to formation of 18 S rRNA; interacts with N\nop1p,57 kDa nucleolar protein,Null mutant is inviable; in vi\nvo depletion impairs synthesis of the 40S ribosomal subunit\n mRPL21B:Homology to rat L21,ribosomal protein L21B,\n mRPL32:Homology to rat L32 and mammalian L32,ribosomal protein L32,\n mRPL14A:Homology to mammalian L14,ribosomal protein L14A,\n mRPL14B:Homology to mammalian L14,ribosomal protein L14B,\n mRPS26A:Homology to rat S26,ribosomal protein S26A,Null mutant is vi\nable and grows slowly\n Cond459:YP_sucrose_vs_reference_pool_car-2\n mRPS26B:Homology to rat S26,ribosomal protein S26B,Null mutant is vi\nable\n Cond857:pm38-gtoe\n mRPL38:Homology to rat L38,ribosomal protein L38,\n mRPS19A:Homology to rat S19,ribosomal protein S19A (S16aA) (rp55A) (\nYS16A),\n mRPL39:Homology to rat L39,ribosomal protein L39 (L46) (YL40),Null \nmutant is viable, cold-sensitive in some genetic backgrounds\n, exhibits reduced levels of 60S subunits; rpl39 mutations s\nuppress mutations in poly-A binding protein (PAB1)\n mRPS19B:Homology to rat S19,ribosomal protein S19B (rp55B) (S16aB) (\nYS16B),\n mYEF3:contains two ABC cassettes, and binds and hydrolyses ATP,Tra\nnslation elongation factor 3 (EF-3),Null mutant is inviable\n mCBF5:major low affinity 55 kDa Centromere/microtubule binding pro\ntein,major low affinity 55 kDa centromere/microtubule bindin\ng protein,Null mutant is inviable\n Cond317:37C_to_25C_shock_-_45_min\n Stress.NitroDepl:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n RapamycinDip.dip_ram:Rapamycin-modulated transcription defines the subset of nutr\nient-sensitive signaling pathways directly controlled by the\n Tor proteins.  Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1999 Dec 21;96(26)\n:14866-70.\n UME6.ume6:The Ume6 regulon coordinates metabolic and meiotic gene expr\nession in yeast.  Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2002 Oct 15;99(2\n1):13431-6.\n Cond419:YPD_2_d_ypd-2\n Cond431:YPD_stationary_phase_13_d_ypd-1\n Cond882:zero3\n gala.+gal:Integrated genomic and proteomic analyses of a systematicall\ny perturbed metabolic network.  Science. 2001 May 4;292(5518\n):929-34.\n Cond640:DES459_(mec1-)_+_0.02%_MMS_-_5_min\n mRPL22A:Homology to rat L22,ribosomal protein L22A (L1c) (rp4) (YL31\n),\n mDBP2:ATP-dependent RNA helicase of DEAD box family,ATP dependent \nRNA helicase , dead box protein,Null mutant is inviable\n mRPL15A:Homology to rat L15,ribosomal protein L15A (YL10) (rp15R) (L\n13A),\n mDBP3:ATP-dependent RNA helicase CA3 of the DEAD/DEAH box family,A\nTP dependent RNA helicase , dead/deah box protein CA3,Null m\nutant is viable\n Cond886:g-ray\n mRPS27A:Homology to mammalian S27,ribosomal protein S27A (rp61) (YS2\n0),\n mYLR076C:Unknown ,, Unknown\n Cond811:Na60'\n mBUD19:Hypothetical ORF,,Null mutant is viable; random budding in d\niploid null mutants.\n Cond372:1.5_mM_diamide_(30_min)\n Stress.HeatVar:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n Cond336:constant_0.32_mM_H2O2_(20_min)_redo\n Cond743: mRPL4A:Homology to rat L4, Xenopus L1, Drosophila L1,ribosomal prot\nein L4A (L2A) (rp2) (YL2),\n Cond401:Nitrogen_Depletion_1_d\n mRPL4B:Highly similar to ribosomal protein L4A,ribosomal protein L4\nB (L2B) (rp2) (YL2),\n mTEF4:Translation elongation factor EF-1gamma,translation elongati\non factor EF-1gamma,\n Cond453:YP_ethanol_vs_reference_pool_car-2\n Cond815:Na+FK60'\n Calcin.Na:Genome-wide analysis of gene expression regulated by the cal\ncineurin/Crz1p signaling pathway in Saccharomyces cerevisiae\n.  J Biol Chem. 2002 Aug 23;277(34):31079-88\n Cond968:swi1,_YPD_(d)\n mRPL23A:Homology to E. coli L14 and rat L23,ribosomal protein L23A (\nL17aA) (YL32),\n mRPL23B:Homology to rat L23 and E. coli L14,ribosomal protein L23B (\nL17aB) (YL32),\n mRPP0:Homology to rat P0, human P0, and E. coli L10e,ribosomal pro\ntein P0 (A0) (L10E),Null mutant is inviable\n mRPL16A:Homology to rat L13a,ribosomal protein L16A (L21A) (rp22) (Y\nL15),\n Calcin.NaFK:Genome-wide analysis of gene expression regulated by the cal\ncineurin/Crz1p signaling pathway in Saccharomyces cerevisiae\n.  J Biol Chem. 2002 Aug 23;277(34):31079-88\n mRPL16B:Homology to rat ribosomal protein L13a,ribosomal protein L16\nB (L21B) (rp23) (YL15),\n Y-Stre.Peroxide:Remodeling of yeast genome expression in response to environ\nmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2001 Feb;12(2):323-37.\n mRPC19:subunit common to RNA polymerases I (A) and III (C),RNA poly\nmerases I (A) and III (C) subunit,Null mutant is inviable\n mRPS28A:Homology to mammalian S28,ribosomal protein S28A (S33A) (YS2\n7),\n mRPS28B:Homology to mammalian S28,ribosomal protein S28B (S33B) (YS2\n7),\n Cond304:Heat_Shock_30_minutes_hs-1\n Cond428:YPD_stationary_phase_3_d_ypd-1\n fkh1,2sf.Series0:Two yeast forkhead genes regulate the cell cycle and pseudoh\nyphal growth.  Nature. 2000 Jul 6;406(6791):90-4.\n Cond436:DBYmsn2/4_(real_strain)_+_37degrees_(20_min)\n Cond703:gal10-gal\n Cond958:t0.5_g/r_ratio\n mGAR1:small nucleolar RNP proteins,small nucleolar RNP protein,Nul\nl mutant is inviable\n mBUD28:Hypothetical ORF,,Diploid null mutants exhibit random buddin\ng\n Jelinski.Jelinski:Regulatory networks revealed by transcriptional profiling of\n damaged Saccharomyces cerevisiae cells: Rpn4 links base exc\nision repair with proteasomes.  Mol Cell Biol. 2000 Nov;20(2\n1):8157-67.\n mSSB2:stress-seventy subfamily B,SSB1 homolog , heat shock protein\n of HSP70 family,Null mutant is viable, ssb1 ssb2 double dis\nruption mutants exhibit poor growth at all temperatures, but\n particularly at low temperatures; as well as hypersensitivi\nty to certain protein synthesis inhibitors, including aminog\nlycosides such as hygromycin B\n mYPR044C:Unknown ,, Unknown\n mCIC1:Nop seven associated protein 3,ribosome biogenesis,\n Cond302:Heat_Shock_15_minutes_hs-1\n Cond418:YPD_1_d_ypd-2\n mRPS0A:Homology to rat Sa,ribosomal protein S0A,Null mutant is viab\nle; yst1 (rps0a) yst2 (rps0b) double deletion mutant is invi\nable; yst1 (rps0a) mutants are defective for filamentous gro\nwth\n mRPS0B:Homology to rat Sa; closely related to mammalian p40/laminin\n receptor precursors (LRPs); required for translation and co\nntributes to the assembly and/or stability of the 40S riboso\nmal subunit,ribosomal protein S0B,Null mutant is viable with\n significant reduction in growth rate and change in distribu\ntion and make up of ribosomes; yst1 (rps0a) yst2 (rps0b) dou\nble mutant is inviable\n mRPL31A:Homology to rat L31,ribosomal protein L31A (L34A) (YL28),\n Stress.diamide:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n mAAH1:adenine aminohydrolase (adenine deaminase),adenine aminohydr\nolase (adenine deaminase),Null mutant is viable\n mRPL24A:Homology to rat L24,ribosomal protein L24A (rp29) (YL21) (L3\n0A),Null mutant is viable.\n mRPL24B:Homology to rat L24,ribosomal protein L24B (rp29) (YL21) (L3\n0B),Null mutant is viable.\n mRPL17A:Homology to rat L17, human L17, and E. coli L22,ribosomal pr\notein L17A (L20A) (YL17),\n mRPL17B:Homology to rat L17, human L17, and E. coli L22,ribosomal pr\notein L17B (L20B) (YL17),\n Cond467:steady_state_21_dec_C_ct-2\n Cond674:DES459_(mec1)_+_heat_20_min\n Cond425:YPD_stationary_phase_12_h_ypd-1\n mRPS29A:Homology to rat S29,ribosomal protein S29A (S36A) (YS29),\n Stress.Carbon:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n mRPS29B:Homology to rat S29,ribosomal protein S29B (S36B) (YS29),\n Cond364:dtt_030_min__dtt-2\n Cond373:1.5_mM_diamide_(40_min)\n Cond445:Msn4_overexpression\n Cond454:YP_fructose_vs_reference_pool_car-2\n mRPB8:16-kDa RNA polymerase subunit (common to polymerases I, II a\nnd III),16 kDa RNA polymerase subunit (common to polymerases\n I, II and III),Null mutant is inviable\n mDIM1:Dimethyladenosine transferase, (rRNA(adenine-N6,N6-)-dimethy\nltransferase),reponsible for m6[2]Am6[2]A dimethylation in 3\n'-terminal loop of 18S rRNA,dimethyladenosine transferase,Nu\nll mutant is inviable\n mRPS12:Homology to rat S12,ribosomal protein S12,\n mRPS13:Homology to rat S13,ribosomal protein S13 (S27a) (YS15),\n Cond391:aa_starv_1_h\n mNMD3:putative Upf1p-interacting protein,factor required for a lat\ne assembly step of the 60S subunit,Null mutant is inviable, \nat nonpermissive temperature, nmd3 ts mutants exhibit decrea\nsed levels of 60S subunits resulting in formation of half-me\nr polysomes; nmd3 xrn1(kem1) double mutants are inviable\n mRPS15:Homology to rat S15 and E. coli S19,ribosomal protein S15 (S\n21) (rp52) (RIG protein),\n mRPL6A:Homology to rat L6 and human L6,ribosomal protein L6A (L17A)\n (rp18) (YL16),\n Cond814:Na+FK45'\n mRPL6B:Homology to rat and human L6; involved initiation of protein\n synthesis,ribosomal protein L6B (L17B) (rp18) (YL16),Null m\nutant is viable, grows slower than wild-type. rpl6a rpl6b do\nuble mutants are inviable; rpl6 mutants are deficient in 60S\n ribosomal subunits relative to 40S subunits; 43S preinitiat\nion complexes accumulate in half-mer polyribosomes in the ab\nsence of sufficient 60S subunits.\n Mating.Mating:Signaling and circuitry of multiple MAPK pathways revealed b\ny a matrix of global gene expression profiles.  Science. 200\n0 Feb 4;287(5454):873-80\n Cond805:Ca/Ca+FK30'\n Stress.aa_starv:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n Cond624:DY1457_(wild_type)_3_mM_vs._10_uM_zinc_y13-75\n Cond900:(11i1)_S150-2B_YPGL_NormInt\n Cond894:G2\n mRPS1A:Homologous to rat S3A,ribosomal protein S1A (rp10A),\n mRPS1B:Homologous to rat ribosomal protein S3A,ribosomal protein S1\nB (rp10B),\n Cond704:gal80-gal\n Cond395:Nitrogen_Depletion_30_min.\n Cond279:ERG11(tetpromoter)\n Cond701:gal6-gal\n mNIP7:Nip7p is required for 60S ribosome subunit biogenesis,,Null \nmutant is inviable; in the temperature-sensitive mutant nip7\n-1, glycine 71 is replaced by aspartic acid\n Cond749: mRPL18A:Homology to rat ribosomal protein L18,ribosomal protein L18A\n (rp28A),\n mRPL18B:Homology to rat ribosomal protein L18,ribosomal protein L18B\n (rp28B),\n Cond479:WT+/-100mM3AT(SetD)(R491)\n Cond694:gal10+gal\n Cond306:Heat_Shock_60_minutes_hs-1\n mRPS20:Homology to rat S20, human S20, Xenopus S22, and E. coli S10\n,ribosomal protein S20,Null mutant is inviable\n Cond361:2.5mM_DTT_180_min_dtt-1\n Cond367:dtt_240_min_dtt-2\n mEFB1:Translation elongation factor EF-1beta, GDP/GTP exchange fac\ntor for Tef1p/Tef2p,translation elongation factor EF-1beta, \nGDP/GTP exchange factor for Tef1p/Tef2p,Null mutant is invia\nble\n mMES1:methionyl tRNA synthetase,methionine-tRNA ligase,no growth a\nt 36 degrees C\n mTIF11:Translation initiation factor eIF1A,translation initiation f\nactor eIF1A,Null mutant is inviable\n mRPL7A:Homology to rat L7 and E. coli L30,ribosomal protein L7A (L6\nA) (rp11) (YL8),Null mutant is viable; grows more slowly tha\nn wild-type\n mYGL102C:Unknown ,, Unknown\n mRPL7B:Homolog of mammalian ribosomal protein L7 and E. coli L30,ri\nbosomal protein L7B (L6B) (rp11) (YL8),Null mutant is viable\n; disruption of both RPL7A and RPL7B is lethal\n mYLR413W:Unknown ,, Unknown\n Cond313:Heat_Shock_030inutes__hs-2\n Stress.Heat1:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n Cond481:WT+/-100mM3AT(SetB)(491)\n Stress.Heat2:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n Cond818:crz1/Na30'\n mIMD3:Hypothetical ORF,IMP dehydrogenase homolog,\n Cond378:1M_sorbitol_-_15_min\n mIMD4:similar to IMP dehydrogenase,IMP dehydrogenase homolog,\n mRPL40A:Homology to rat L40,ribosomal protein L40A,Null mutant is vi\nable\n mRPL40B:Homology to rat L40,ribosomal protein L40B,Null mutant is vi\nable\n mRPC40:RNA polymerase III (C) subunit,RNA polymerase III subunit,Nu\nll mutant is inviable.\n mRPL33A:Homology to rat L35a,ribosomal protein L33A (L37A) (YL37) (r\np47),Null mutant is viable, severely impaired in growth. rpl\n33a rpl33b double deletion mutants are inviable\n mRPL33B:Homology to rat L35a,ribosomal protein L33B (L37B) (rp47) (Y\nL37),Null mutant is viable.\n Cond816:Na/Na+FK30'\n SGD.GO:Functional classification via a compendium of knockouts. Hug\nes et.al., cell 2000.\n mRPL26A:Homology to rat L26,ribosomal protein L26A (L33A) (YL33),\n mRPL26B:Homology to rat L26,ribosomal protein L26B (L33B) (YL33),\n mRPL19A:Homology to rat L19,ribosomal protein L19A (L23A) (rpl5L) (Y\nL14),Null mutant is viable but grows slowly.\n mRPS2:Homology to rat S2 and E. coli S5,ribosomal protein S2 (S4) \n(rp12) (YS5),Omnipotent suppressor of nonsense mutations\n mRPL19B:Homology to rat L19,ribosomal protein L19B (YL14) (L23B) (rp\nl5L),Null mutant is viable but grows slowly.\n mRPS3:Homology to mammalian S3,ribosomal protein S3 (rp13) (YS3),N\null mutant is inviable\n mPRP43:Pre-mRNA processing factor involved in disassembly of splice\nosomes after the release of mature mRNA,RNA helicase,\n mRPS5:ribosomal small subunit protein homologous to mammalian S5 (\nhas approx. 70% identity with human, rat and hydrozoan S5). \nIt is the least basic of the non-acidic ribosomal proteins. \nIt is phosphorylated in yeast.,ribosomal protein S5 (S2) (rp\n14) (YS8),null is inviable; transcription of RPS5 is sensiti\nve to heat-shock and carbon source shift.\n mASC1:WD repeat protein (G-beta like protein) that interacts with \nthe translational machinery,G-beta like protein,Null mutant \nis viable. Null mutation suppresses the absence of growth of\n a cyp1- strain in anaerobiosis and also causes delayed grow\nth in aerobic or heme sufficient conditions; trp auxotrophs \nof the asc1 null allele are cold sensitive for growth; other\n mutants have increased cell size\n Cond374:1.5_mM_diamide_(50_min)\n Cond433:YPD_stationary_phase_28_d_ypd-1\n Cond959:t2_g/r_ratio\n mRPS31:Homology to rat S27a,ribosomal protein S31 (S37) (YS24),Null\n mutant is viable\n Cond809:Na30'\n Cond965:ndt80_delete_mid_g/r_ratio_\n mRPL8A:Homolgous to human L7a, mouse L7a, and rat L7a,ribosomal pro\ntein L8A (rp6) (YL5) (L4A),Null mutant is viable, rpl4A rpl4\nB double mutant is inviable; deficient in maintenance of kil\nler\n Cond905:(77i4)_S150-2B_YPGL+G__NormInt\n mRPL8B:Homology to human L7a, mouse L7a, rat L7a,ribosomal protein \nL8B (L4B) (rp6) (YL5),Null mutant is viable. rpl8a rpl8b mut\nants are inviable. The rpl8b allele, krb1, can suppress some\n mak mutations and represents a chromosomal rearrangement in\nvolving chromosome XII\n Cond366:dtt_120_min_dtt-2\n mRLP7:Significant sequence similarity to RPL7B, but neither can fu\nnctionally replace the other. Does not correspond to any rib\nosomal component identified so far, based on its biochemical\n features,,Null mutant is inviable\n mYTM1:microtubule-associated protein,microtubule-associated protei\nn,\n mRPL34A:Homology to rat L34,ribosomal protein L34A,\n mRPL34B:Homology to rat L34,ribosomal protein L34B,\n mRPL27A:Homology to mammalian L27,ribosomal protein L27A,\n mRPL27B:Homology to mammalian L27,ribosomal protein L27B,\n Cond652:wt_plus_gamma_20_min\n Cond899:RPN4_MMS__\n mNOP1:nucleolar protein, homologous to mammalian fibrillarin,nucle\nolar protein , similar to mammalian fibrillarin,Null mutant \nis inviable. Temperature-sensitive alleles exhibit various d\nefects in rRNA processing.\n mNOP2:May participate in nucleolar function during the transition \nfrom stationary phase to rapid growth,90 kDa protein homolog\nous to a human proliferation-associated nucleolar protein, p\n120,Null mutant is inviable; overexpression leads to changes\n in nucleolar morphology\n mRPS10A:Homology to rat S10,ribosomal protein S10A,\n Cond305:Heat_Shock_40_minutes_hs-1\n Cond396:Nitrogen_Depletion_1_h\n mRPS10B:Homology to rat S10,ribosomal protein S10B,\n Cond658:DES460_(wt)_-_mock_irradiation_-_5_min\n mNOP7:Required for normal pre-rRNA processing,,Null: lethal.\n mSAM4:S-adenosylmethionine:homocysteine S-methyltransferase,,Slow \ngrowth on S-adenosylmethionine used as a sulfur source\n Meiosis.Series0:The core meiotic transcriptome in budding yeasts.  Nat Genet\n. 2000 Dec;26(4):415-23.\n mRPL9A:Homology to rat L9,ribosomal protein L9A (L8A) (rp24) (YL11)\n,\n mRPL9B:Homology to rat L9,ribosomal protein L9B (L8B) (rp24) (YL11)\n,\n Cond363:dtt_015_min_dtt-2\n mRPS4A:Homology to rat S4 and human S4,ribosomal protein S4A (YS6) \n(rp5) (S7A),Null mutant is viable; rps4a rps4b double deleti\non is inviable\n mRPL42A:Homology to rat L36a and human L36a,ribosomal protein L42A (\nYL27) (L41A),\n mRPL42B:Homology to rat L36a and human L36a,ribosomal protein L42B (\nYL27) (L41B) (YP44),Deficient in maintenance of killer\n mRPS4B:Homology to rat S4 and human S4,ribosomal protein S4B (YS6) \n(rp5) (S7B),\n Stress.YPD:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n Cond414:YPD_6_h_ypd-2\n mRPL35A:Homology to rat L35,ribosomal protein L35A,Null mutant is vi\nable.\n Cond892:S\n mRPL35B:Homology to rat L35,ribosomal protein L35B,\n Cond447:ethanol_vs._reference_pool_car-1\n Cond967:swi1,_YPD_(c)\n Stress.YPDStat:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n mYNL174W:Unknown ,, Unknown\n Cond323:heat_shock_29_to_37,_20_minutes\n mRPF2:Hypothetical ORF,,\n Cond733: Cond940:6h\n mSNU13:RNA binding protein (putative), similar to Nhp2p,U4/U6.U5 sn\nRNP component,the null mutant is inviable\n mRPS11A:Homology to rat S11, human S11, and E. coli S17,ribosomal pr\notein S11A (S18A) (rp41A) (YS12),Null mutant is viable\n mRPS11B:Homology to rat S11, human S11, and E. coli S17,ribosomal pr\notein S11B (S18B) (rp41B) (YS12),Null mutant is viable\n Cond426:YPD_stationary_phase_1_d_ypd-1\n mYOR004W:Unknown ,, Unknown\n Cond531:GAL-PKC1-R398A,3hrs.gallog10(intensity)\n Cond437:DBYyap1-_37degree_heat_-_20_min_(redo)\n Cond934:8h\n Cond322:heat_shock_25_to_37,_20_minutes\n Cond961:t7_g/r_ratio\n Cond420:YPD_3_d_ypd-2\n Cond893:SMMS\n mRPL43A:Homology to human L37a,ribosomal protein L43A,\n Cond379:1M_sorbitol_-_30_min\n mRPL36A:Homology to rat L36,ribosomal protein L36A (L39) (YL39),\n Cond354:2.5mM_DTT_005_min_dtt-1\n mRRP5:Ribosomal RNA Processing,required for processing of pre-rRNA\n,Overexpression of RRP5 facilitates mitochondrial import of \nhydrophobic proteins; overexpression of an RRP5 mutant compl\nements the rRNA processing defect of the null alllele, but d\noes not facilitate mitochondrial import\n Cond434:DBY7286_37degree_heat_-_20_min\n Stress.H202:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n Cond321:heat_shock_21_to_37,_20_minutes\n mARX1:Unknown ,, Unknown\n Cond783:Peroxide_60'\n mNOC2:NucleOlar Complex 2; involved in nuclear export of pre-ribos\nomes,,\n Cond878:MNNG\n SwiSnf.swisnf:Whole-genome expression analysis of snf/swi mutants of Sacch\naromyces cerevisiae.  Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2000 Mar 28;\n97(7):3364-9.\n Sporulation.Series0:The transcriptional program of sporulation in budding yeast.\n  Science. 1998 Oct 23;282(5389):699-705.\n mTRM82:Unknown ,, Unknown\n Cond906:(77i5)_S150-2B_YPD_NormInt\n Cond417:YPD_12_h_ypd-2\n Cond946:W303ume6_YPD\n mHPT1:enzyme involved in de novo purine biosynthesis,hypoxanthine \nguanine phosphoribosyltransferase,Null mutant is viable; mut\nants show resistance to 8-azaguanine\n Stress.Sorbitol:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n Cond415:YPD_8_h_ypd-2\n mRPS6A:Homology to rat, mouse, and human S6,ribosomal protein S6A (\nS10A) (rp9) (YS4),\n Cond319:37C_to_25C_shock_-_90_min\n mRPS6B:Homology to rat, human, and mouse S6,ribosomal gene product \nS6B (S10B) (rp9) (YS4),\n Cond685:wt-gal\n Cond402:Nitrogen_Depletion_2_d\n mRPL37A:Homology to rat L37,ribosomal protein L37A (L43) (YL35),\n mRPL37B:Homology to rat L37,ribosomal protein L37B (L43) (YL35),\n mRRB1:RiboSome Assembly 2,,Null mutant is inviable; a temperature-\nsensitive mutant has decreased free 60s ribosomal subunit.\n Cond876:zero2\n Calcin.crz1Na:Genome-wide analysis of gene expression regulated by the cal\ncineurin/Crz1p signaling pathway in Saccharomyces cerevisiae\n.  J Biol Chem. 2002 Aug 23;277(34):31079-88\n Stress.tempgrow:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n Cond732:fkh1,2_alpha_factor_000_min_y12n57\n Cond360:2.5mM_DTT_120_min_dtt-1\n Cond885:20\n mHAS1:Helicase Associated with SET1,RNA-dependent helicase (putati\nve),Null mutant is inviable\n mYLL044W:Unknown ,, Unknown\n Cond411:diauxic_shift_timecourse_20.5_h\n Stress.Various:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n mERB1:conserved eukaryotic protein involved in ribosome biogenesis\n,,Null mutant is inviable.\n mYPL142C:Unknown ,, Unknown\n mYAR075W:Unknown ,, Unknown\n mSUR4:Required for conversion of 24-carbon fatty acids to 26-carbo\nn species,,Null mutants is viable, not sensitive to UV or ga\nmma radiation. sur4 mutants suppress rad3, rvs161 delta, and\n rvs167 mutations. sur4 fen1 mutants and sur4 elo2 mutants a\nre inviable.\n Cond699:gal4-gal\n zap1.Series0:Genome-wide characterization of the Zap1p zinc-responsive re\ngulon in yeast.  Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2000 Jul 5;97(14)\n:7957-62.\n mFYV13:Function required for Yeast Viability on toxin exposure,,Nul\nl mutant is viable but exhibits K1 killer toxin hypersensiti\nvity.\n Cond339:constant_0.32_mM_H2O2_(50_min)_redo\n COMP.TE:Functional classification via a compendium of knockouts. Hug\nes et.al., cell 2000.\n Cond421:YPD_5_d_ypd-2\n mYNL119W:Unknown ,, Unknown\n Cond858:pm71-30\n mRPS7A:Homology to human S7 and Xenopus S8,ribosomal protein S7A (r\np30),Null mutant is viable\n Stress.tempsteady:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n mRPS7B:Homology to human S7 and Xenopus S8,ribosomal protein S7B (r\np30),\n
Cond626:DY1457_(wild_type)_3_mM_vs._61_nM_zinc_y13-121\n mSOF1:involved in rRNA processing,56 kDa nucleolar snRNP protein t\nhat shows homology to beta subunits of G-proteins and the sp\nlicing factor Prp4,Null mutant is inviable. sof1-56, a domin\nant suppressor of nop1 mutants can restore growth and pre-RN\nA processing at 35 degrees C. In vivo depletion of SOF1 lead\ns to impaired pre-rRNA processing and inhibition of 18S rRNA\n production.\n Cond399:Nitrogen_Depletion_8_h\n Cond432:YPD_stationary_phase_22_d_ypd-1\n Pho85.pho85:Chemical inhibition of the Pho85 cyclin-dependent kinase rev\neals a role in the environmental stress response.  Proc Natl\n Acad Sci U S A. 2001 Oct 23;98(22):12578-83.\n Cond410:diauxic_shift_timecourse_18.5_h\n mFPR4:Homolog of homolog of the nucleolar FKBP, Fpr3,peptidyl-prol\nyl cis-trans isomerase (PPIase),Null mutant is viable\n mURA5:Fifth step in pyrimidine biosynthesis pathway,orotate phosph\noribosyltransferase 1,Null mutant is viable\n Cond675:MHY1_(dun1)_+_heat_20_min\n GCR1.gcr1:Understanding the growth phenotype of the yeast gcr1 mutant \nin terms of global genomic expression patterns.  J Bacteriol\n. 2000 Sep;182(17):4970-8.\n Cond362:dtt_000_min__dtt-2\n mDED81:Asparaginyl-tRNA synthetase,asparaginyl-tRNA synthetase,\n Cond400:Nitrogen_Depletion_12_h\n mYGL245W:Unknown ,, Unknown\n Cond697:gal2-gal\n Stress.HypoOsmot:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n mNUC1:mitochondrial nuclease,nuclease,Null mutant is viable\n Cond416:YPD_10_h__ypd-2\n Cond810:Na45'\n mDYS1:Deoxyhypusine synthase carries out the first step in hypusin\ne biosynthesis, converting lysine and spermidine into deoxyh\nypusine.,deoxyhypusine synthase,Null mutant is inviable\n Cond637:DES460_+_0.02%_MMS_-_60_min\n mPWP1:Protein with periodic trytophan residues that resembles memb\ners of beta-transducin superfamily because of presence of WD\n-40 repeats,,Null mutants are viable but show severely retar\nded growth\n Cond724:t4+SSD1,H44\n Cond435:DBYmsn2-4-_37degree_heat_-_20_min\n mYDR341C:Unknown ,, Unknown\n Cond310:Heat_Shock_000_minutes_hs-2\n COMP.:Functional classification via a compendium of knockouts. Hug\nes et.al., cell 2000.\n Cond873:10min\n mRPP2A:Homology to rat P2, human P2, and E.coli L12eIB,60S acidic r\nibosomal protein P2A (L44) (A2) (YP2alpha),Null mutant is vi\nable\n Cond480:WT+/-100mM3AT(SetA)(R491)\n Cond429:YPD_stationary_phase_5_d_ypd-1\n Cond318:37C_to_25C_shock_-_60_min\n Cond718:t4+SSD1wt\n TorRama.Series0:Partitioning the transcriptional program induced by rapamyci\nn among the effectors of the Tor proteins. Curr Biol. 2000 D\nec 14-28;10(24):1574-81\n Cond404:Nitrogen_Depletion_5_d\n Cond312:Heat_Shock_015_minutes_hs-2\n mSSZ1:DnaK homolog, interacts with Zuo1p (DnaJ homolog) to form a \nribosome-associated complex (RAC) that is bound to the ribos\nome via the Zuo1p subunit,HSP70 family,Null mutant is viable\n, cold sensitive; SSZ1 overexpression causes increased expre\nssion of some PDR genes\n Cond693:gal7+gal\n Cond914:(99i2)_S150-2B_YPGL+G_NormInt\n Cond430:YPD_stationary_phase_7_d_ypd-1\n mCGR1:coiled-coil growth-regulated,coiled-coil protein,Null mutant\n is inviable; CGR1 expression is down-regulated in the postd\niauxic growth phase\n mYJR070C:Unknown ,, Unknown\n mRPL11B:Homology to rat L11 and E. coli L5; involved in protein synt\nhesis,ribosomal protein L11B (L16B) (rp39B) (YL22),Null muta\nnt is viable, rp111b rp111a mutants are inviable. rpl11 muta\nnts are deficient in 60S ribosomal subunits relative to 40S \nsubunits. 43S preinitiation complexes accumulate in half-mer\n polyribosomes in the absence of sufficient 60S subunits.\n mNOG2:Nuclear/Nucleolar GTP-binding protein 2,part of a pre-60S co\nmplex,Null: lethal. Other phenotypes: A gal1::nog2 mutant sh\nows 60S maturation defect in glucose repressive conditions.\n Cond427:YPD_stationary_phase_2_d_ypd-1\n mNCL1:Nuclear protein 1, similar to NOP2 and human proliferation a\nssociated nucleolar protein p120,tRNA:m5C-methyltransferase,\nNull mutant is viable, sensitive to paromomycin, lacks m5C m\nethylation in total yeast tRNA\n gala.-gal:Integrated genomic and proteomic analyses of a systematicall\ny perturbed metabolic network.  Science. 2001 May 4;292(5518\n):929-34.\n Cond945:W303_YPD\n Cond443:DBYyap1_+_0.32_mM_H2O2_(20_min)\n mSIK1:homology to microtubule binding proteins and to X90565_5.cds\n,similar to microtubule binding proteins and to X90565_5.cds\n,wild-type gene suppresses toxicity of GAL4-I-Kappa-B alpha \nin yeast\n Cond714:t0+SSD1wt\n Stress.ColdShock:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n mSXM1:Suppressor of mRNA export mutant; Importin-beta like gene,ka\nryopherin beta family member,Null mutant is viable, does not\n exhibit growth defects at any temperature examined or exhib\nit marked defects in tRNA processing\n Cond813:Na+FK30'\n Cond303:Heat_Shock_20_minutes_hs-1\n mRPL5:Homology to rat ribosomal protein L5; required for assembly \nof stable 60S ribosomal subunits,ribosomal protein L5 (L1a)(\nYL3),Null mutant is inviable.\n Cond636:DES460_+_0.2%_MMS_-_45_min\n Cond639:DES460_+_0.02%_MMS_-_120_min\n Cond627:DY1457_(wild_type)_3_mM_vs._76_nM_zinc_y12-122\n Cond441:DBYmsn2/4_(real_strain)_+_0.32_mM_H2O2_(20_min)\n Cond710:t2+SSD1\n Stress.dshift:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n Cond390:aa_starv_0.5_h\n Cond320:heat_shock_17_to_37,_20_minutes\n Cond316:37C_to_25C_shock_-_30_min\n mHOM2:threonine and methionine pathway,aspartic beta semi-aldehyde\n dehydrogenase,Homoserine requiring\n Cond982:pho85D_10_mM_1NaPP1_\n Cond301:Heat_Shock_10_minutes_hs-1\n Cond711:t2+Vec\n Cond337:constant_0.32_mM_H2O2_(30_min)_redo\n mNEW1:This gene encodes a protein with an Q/N-rich amino terminal \ndomain that acts as a prion, termed [NU]+.,,Null mutant is v\niable\n mRPL25:Homology to E. coli L23 and rat L23a,ribosomal protein L25 (\nrpl6L) (YL25),\n mARO2:Chorismate synthase,chorismate synthase,aromatic amino acid \nrequiring; lack of premeiotic DNA synthesis; blocked sporula\ntion in homozygous mutant\n mERG4:Sterol C-24 reductase,sterol C-24 reductase,Null mutant is v\niable\n mPRS1:ribose-phosphate pyrophosphokinase,ribose-phosphate pyrophos\nphokinase,\n Cond745: mARO8:aromatic amino acid aminotransferase,aromatic amino acid ami\nnotransferase,Null mutant is viable\n Cond371:1.5_mM_diamide_(20_min)\n mYHR020W:Unknown ,, Unknown\n GCN4.gcn4:Transcriptional profiling shows that Gcn4p is a master regul\nator of gene expression during amino acid starvation in yeas\nt.  Mol Cell Biol. 2001 Jul;21(13):4347-68.\n Stress.DTT1:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n Cond651:wt_plus_gamma_10_min\n Stress.DTT2:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n mSQT1:Involved in a late step of 60S ribosomal subunit assembly or\n modification; contains multiple WD repeats; interacts with \nQsr1p,,Null mutant is inviable. Loss of SQT1 function by dow\nn regulation from an inducible promoter results in formation\n of half-mer polyribosomes and descreased levels of Qsr1p on\n free 60S subunits\n Cond326:29C_to_33C_-_15_minutes\n mNRP1:asparagine-rich protein,,\n mYLR198C:Unknown ,, Unknown\n mHMT1:hnRNP methyltransferase,arginine methyltransferase , mono- a\nnd asymmetrically dimethylating enzyme , arginine methyltran\nsferase , mono- and asymmetrically dimethylating enzyme , ar\nginine methyltransferase , mono- and asymmetrically dimethyl\nating enzyme,Null mutant is viable, hmt1 npl3-1 mutants are \ninviable\n mMAK5:Necessary for maintenance of dsRNA killer plasmids. Is predi\ncted to encode an DEAD-box RNA helicase,,deficient in mainte\nnance of killer\n mRPL30:Homology to rat and mouse L30,ribosomal protein L30 (L32) (r\np73) (YL38) large subunit,Null mutant is inviable.\n mNOP58:57 kDa nucleolar protein involved in the pre-rRNA processing\n steps that lead to formation of 18 S rRNA; interacts with N\nop1p,57 kDa nucleolar protein,Null mutant is inviable; in vi\nvo depletion impairs synthesis of the 40S ribosomal subunit\n Cond857:pm38-gtoe\n mGLN1:glutamine synthetase,glutamine synthetase,Glutamine syntheta\nse non-derepressible\n mSUI3:beta subunit of translation initiation factor eIF-2,translat\nion initiation factor eIF-2 beta subunit,suppression of init\niator codon mutations\n mYEF3:contains two ABC cassettes, and binds and hydrolyses ATP,Tra\nnslation elongation factor 3 (EF-3),Null mutant is inviable\n mCBF5:major low affinity 55 kDa Centromere/microtubule binding pro\ntein,major low affinity 55 kDa centromere/microtubule bindin\ng protein,Null mutant is inviable\n Stress.NitroDepl:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n Cond317:37C_to_25C_shock_-_45_min\n UME6.ume6:The Ume6 regulon coordinates metabolic and meiotic gene expr\nession in yeast.  Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2002 Oct 15;99(2\n1):13431-6.\n Cond717:t2-SSD1\n Y-Stre.Heat:Remodeling of yeast genome expression in response to environ\nmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2001 Feb;12(2):323-37.\n Cond419:YPD_2_d_ypd-2\n mKRS1:lysyl-tRNA synthetase,lysine-tRNA ligase,Null mutant is invi\nable; mutants can show resistance to 5-methyltryptophan, 5-f\nluorotryptophan and canavanine; constitutive derepression an\nd slow growth; posttranscriptional increase in histidine bio\nsynthetic enzyme activity\n Cond431:YPD_stationary_phase_13_d_ypd-1\n mPXR1:Unknown ,, Unknown\n Cond882:zero3\n gala.+gal:Integrated genomic and proteomic analyses of a systematicall\ny perturbed metabolic network.  Science. 2001 May 4;292(5518\n):929-34.\n mUTP4:Unknown ,, Unknown\n mMIS1:mitochondrial C1-tetrahydroflate synthase,C1-tetrahydrofolat\ne synthase,Null mutant is viable, exhibits no apparent defec\nts in cell growth\n mYHM2:Yeast suppressor gene of HM mutant (abf2),DNA binding protei\nn , mtDNA stabilizing protein, mitochondrial inner membrane \nprotein with low homology to RIM2,Null mutant is viable but \nshows slow growth in the presence of non-fermentable carbon \nsources; mutant shows mitochondrial genome unstability\n mUTP9:Unknown ,, Unknown\n mASN2:Asn1p and Asn2p are isozymes,asparagine synthetase,Null muta\nnt is viable; L-asparagine auxotrophy occurs upon mutation o\nf both ASN1 and ASN2\n Cond403:Nitrogen_Depletion_3_d\n mDBP7:Dead-box protein,RNA helicase (putative),Null mutant is viab\nle but shows slow growth\n mDBP9:Dead-Box Protein 9,,Null mutant is inviable\n Cond811:Na60'\n Cond372:1.5_mM_diamide_(30_min)\n Stress.HeatVar:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n Cond401:Nitrogen_Depletion_1_d\n mVMA5:42 kDa subunit of V1 sector,V1 sector hydrophilic subunit C \n, vacuolar ATPase V1 domain subunit C (42 kDa) , vacuolar H-\nATPase , V1 sector hydrophilic subunit C , vacuolar ATPase V\n1 domain subunit C (42 kDa) , vacuolar H-ATPase,Null mutant \nis viable; certain vma5 mutations show allele-specific synth\netic lethality with cdc24-ls mutants\n mRPL4B:Highly similar to ribosomal protein L4A,ribosomal protein L4\nB (L2B) (rp2) (YL2),\n mYER049W:Unknown ,, Unknown\n Calcin.Na:Genome-wide analysis of gene expression regulated by the cal\ncineurin/Crz1p signaling pathway in Saccharomyces cerevisiae\n.  J Biol Chem. 2002 Aug 23;277(34):31079-88\n Cond815:Na+FK60'\n Cond453:YP_ethanol_vs_reference_pool_car-2\n mFRS1:Phenylalanyl-tRNA synthetase, alpha subunit, cytoplasmic,phe\nnylalanine-tRNA ligase subunit,\n mMTR4:Dead-box family helicase required for mRNA export from nucle\nus,RNA helicase,Null mutant is inviable; a temperature-sensi\ntive mtr4 mutant accumulates poly(A)+ RNA in the nucleus at \n37 degrees\n Calcin.NaFK:Genome-wide analysis of gene expression regulated by the cal\ncineurin/Crz1p signaling pathway in Saccharomyces cerevisiae\n.  J Biol Chem. 2002 Aug 23;277(34):31079-88\n Y-Stre.Peroxide:Remodeling of yeast genome expression in response to environ\nmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2001 Feb;12(2):323-37.\n Cond980:F82G_10_mM_1NaPP1\n Cond304:Heat_Shock_30_minutes_hs-1\n Cond428:YPD_stationary_phase_3_d_ypd-1\n fkh1,2sf.Series0:Two yeast forkhead genes regulate the cell cycle and pseudoh\nyphal growth.  Nature. 2000 Jul 6;406(6791):90-4.\n Cond958:t0.5_g/r_ratio\n Cond436:DBYmsn2/4_(real_strain)_+_37degrees_(20_min)\n Cond330:29C_+1M_sorbitol_to_33C_+_1M_sorbitol_-_15_minutes\n mGAR1:small nucleolar RNP proteins,small nucleolar RNP protein,Nul\nl mutant is inviable\n Jelinski.Jelinski:Regulatory networks revealed by transcriptional profiling of\n damaged Saccharomyces cerevisiae cells: Rpn4 links base exc\nision repair with proteasomes.  Mol Cell Biol. 2000 Nov;20(2\n1):8157-67.\n mYBR266C:Unknown ,, Unknown\n mSSB2:stress-seventy subfamily B,SSB1 homolog , heat shock protein\n of HSP70 family,Null mutant is viable, ssb1 ssb2 double dis\nruption mutants exhibit poor growth at all temperatures, but\n particularly at low temperatures; as well as hypersensitivi\nty to certain protein synthesis inhibitors, including aminog\nlycosides such as hygromycin B\n Cond302:Heat_Shock_15_minutes_hs-1\n Cond418:YPD_1_d_ypd-2\n mRPS0A:Homology to rat Sa,ribosomal protein S0A,Null mutant is viab\nle; yst1 (rps0a) yst2 (rps0b) double deletion mutant is invi\nable; yst1 (rps0a) mutants are defective for filamentous gro\nwth\n Cond913:(99i3)_S150-2B_YPD_NormInt\n mUTR2:Product of gene unknown,,\n Stress.diamide:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n mSDA1:Severe Depolymerization of Actin,,Null mutant is inviable; s\nda1-1 temperature-sensitive mutants arrest with defects in t\nhe organization of the actin cytoskeleton.\n Cond315:37C_to_25C_shock_-_15_min\n Cond467:steady_state_21_dec_C_ct-2\n mASP1:Asparaginase I, intracellular isozyme,asparaginase I , intra\ncellular isozyme,Aspartic acid requiring\n Cond674:DES459_(mec1)_+_heat_20_min\n Cond425:YPD_stationary_phase_12_h_ypd-1\n Stress.Carbon:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n Cond911:(83i5)_S150-2B_YPD_NormInt\n mRPS29B:Homology to rat S29,ribosomal protein S29B (S36B) (YS29),\n Cond373:1.5_mM_diamide_(40_min)\n Cond445:Msn4_overexpression\n mDIM1:Dimethyladenosine transferase, (rRNA(adenine-N6,N6-)-dimethy\nltransferase),reponsible for m6[2]Am6[2]A dimethylation in 3\n'-terminal loop of 18S rRNA,dimethyladenosine transferase,Nu\nll mutant is inviable\n mRPS13:Homology to rat S13,ribosomal protein S13 (S27a) (YS15),\n mIPI3:Unknown ,, Unknown\n Cond814:Na+FK45'\n mRPL6B:Homology to rat and human L6; involved initiation of protein\n synthesis,ribosomal protein L6B (L17B) (rp18) (YL16),Null m\nutant is viable, grows slower than wild-type. rpl6a rpl6b do\nuble mutants are inviable; rpl6 mutants are deficient in 60S\n ribosomal subunits relative to 40S subunits; 43S preinitiat\nion complexes accumulate in half-mer polyribosomes in the ab\nsence of sufficient 60S subunits.\n mADO1:adenosine kinase,adenosine kinase,\n Stress.aa_starv:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n mDPH2:Diptheria toxin resistance protein, required for diphthamide\n biosynthesis,,Null mutant is viable\n mNIP1:Protein required for nuclear import with some similarity to \nNsr1p, another protein involved in nuclear transport,,Null m\nutant is inviable; nip1-1 is a temperature-sensitive mutant \ndefective in nuclear transport\n Cond894:G2\n Cond395:Nitrogen_Depletion_30_min.\n Cond479:WT+/-100mM3AT(SetD)(R491)\n Cond306:Heat_Shock_60_minutes_hs-1\n Cond797:Ca15'\n Cond361:2.5mM_DTT_180_min_dtt-1\n Cond367:dtt_240_min_dtt-2\n mEFB1:Translation elongation factor EF-1beta, GDP/GTP exchange fac\ntor for Tef1p/Tef2p,translation elongation factor EF-1beta, \nGDP/GTP exchange factor for Tef1p/Tef2p,Null mutant is invia\nble\n mRPL7B:Homolog of mammalian ribosomal protein L7 and E. coli L30,ri\nbosomal protein L7B (L6B) (rp11) (YL8),Null mutant is viable\n; disruption of both RPL7A and RPL7B is lethal\n mYLR413W:Unknown ,, Unknown\n Cond313:Heat_Shock_030inutes__hs-2\n Stress.Heat1:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n Cond708:t0+SSD1\n Stress.Heat2:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n Cond481:WT+/-100mM3AT(SetB)(491)\n Cond378:1M_sorbitol_-_15_min\n mILV1:threonine deaminase,threonine deaminase,Isoleucine-plus-vali\nne requiring\n mRPC40:RNA polymerase III (C) subunit,RNA polymerase III subunit,Nu\nll mutant is inviable.\n SGD.GO:Functional classification via a compendium of knockouts. Hug\nes et.al., cell 2000.\n Cond712:t4+SSD1\n mRPL26B:Homology to rat L26,ribosomal protein L26B (L33B) (YL33),\n mCYS4:Cystathionine beta-synthase,cystathionine beta-synthase,Null\n mutant is viable, exhibits vacuolar acidification defects; \ncys2 and cys4 mutations are linked together and co-operative\nly confer cysteine dependence\n mCDC60:cytosolic leucyl tRNA synthetase,leucine--tRNA ligase,arrest\n at START point of cell cycle upon shift to restrictive temp\nerature\n mPRP43:Pre-mRNA processing factor involved in disassembly of splice\nosomes after the release of mature mRNA,RNA helicase,\n Cond433:YPD_stationary_phase_28_d_ypd-1\n Cond374:1.5_mM_diamide_(50_min)\n Cond959:t2_g/r_ratio\n Cond809:Na30'\n Cond965:ndt80_delete_mid_g/r_ratio_\n mSUN4:Protein involved in the aging process,,\n mGCD11:Negative regulator of GCN4 expression,translational initiati\non factor eIF-2 gamma subunit,Null mutant is inviable, gcd11\n mutants have slower growth rate under nonstarvation conditi\nons\n mDRS1:ribosome assembly,ATP dependent RNA helicase (putative),Null\n mutant is inviable; cold sensitive mutant with a deficit of\n 60S ribosomal subunits\n Cond366:dtt_120_min_dtt-2\n mBAT1:branched-chain amino acid transaminase, highly similar to ma\nmmalian ECA39, which is regulated by the oncogene myc,branch\ned-chain amino acid transaminase , highly similar to mammali\nan ECA39, which is regulated by the oncogene myc , branched-\nchain amino acid transaminase , highly similar to mammalian \nECA39, which is regulated by the oncogene myc,Null mutant is\n viable; ILV auxotrophy in bat1 bat2 double mutant\n mYDR365C:Unknown ,, Unknown\n Calcin.Ca:Genome-wide analysis of gene expression regulated by the cal\ncineurin/Crz1p signaling pathway in Saccharomyces cerevisiae\n.  J Biol Chem. 2002 Aug 23;277(34):31079-88\n mYTM1:microtubule-associated protein,microtubule-associated protei\nn,\n mLCB2:Involved in sphingolipid biosynthesis; may catalyze the firs\nt step in biosynthesis of long-chain sphingolipids,serine pa\nlmitoyltransferase component (putative),Auxotrophic for long\n-chain component of sphingolipids; some mutations can suppre\nss the Ca2+-sensitive mutant csg2\n Cond652:wt_plus_gamma_20_min\n mRRP12:Required for normal pre-rRNA processing,,Null: lethal.\n mYOL124C:Unknown ,, Unknown\n mNOP1:nucleolar protein, homologous to mammalian fibrillarin,nucle\nolar protein , similar to mammalian fibrillarin,Null mutant \nis inviable. Temperature-sensitive alleles exhibit various d\nefects in rRNA processing.\n mSAM1:S-adenosylmethionine synthetase,,Null mutant is viable.\n mNOP4:RNA recognition motif-containing protein,RNA binding protein\n (putative),Null mutant is inviable; conditional mutant show\ns diminished accumulation of 60S ribosomal subunits due to a\n lack of production of mature 25S rRNA from 27S precursor rR\nNA\n Cond396:Nitrogen_Depletion_1_h\n Cond305:Heat_Shock_40_minutes_hs-1\n Cond658:DES460_(wt)_-_mock_irradiation_-_5_min\n mNOP7:Required for normal pre-rRNA processing,,Null: lethal.\n Meiosis.Series0:The core meiotic transcriptome in budding yeasts.  Nat Genet\n. 2000 Dec;26(4):415-23.\n Cond363:dtt_015_min_dtt-2\n Cond782:Peroxide_40'\n mYNR046W:Unknown ,, Unknown\n Stress.YPD:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n Cond414:YPD_6_h_ypd-2\n Cond386:Hypo-osmotic_shock_-_30_min\n Stress.YPDStat:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n Cond323:heat_shock_29_to_37,_20_minutes\n Cond719:t4-SSD1\n mSNU13:RNA binding protein (putative), similar to Nhp2p,U4/U6.U5 sn\nRNP component,the null mutant is inviable\n Cond426:YPD_stationary_phase_1_d_ypd-1\n mEFT1:translation elongation factor 2 (EF-2),translation elongatio\nn factor 2 (EF-2),Null mutant is viable (eft1 eft2 double mu\ntant is lethal)\n mBCP1:Hypothetical ORF,,Null mutant is inviable\n Cond437:DBYyap1-_37degree_heat_-_20_min_(redo)\n Stress.WeakHeat:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n Cond934:8h\n mCAF20:binds to eIF4E, the mRNA cap-binding protein, and represses \ncap-dependent translation initiation by interfering with the\n interaction of eIF4E and eIF4G,20 kDa subunit , mRNA cap bi\nnding protein eIF-4F , 20 kDa subunit , mRNA cap binding pro\ntein eIF-4F,Null mutant is viable and grows faster; deletion\n of CAF20 partially suppresses mutations in translation init\niation factors; overexpression of CAF20 causes slower growth\n and enhances translation mutation phenotypes\n Cond322:heat_shock_25_to_37,_20_minutes\n mGRS1:Glycyl-tRNA synthase,glycine-tRNA ligase,\n Cond420:YPD_3_d_ypd-2\n Cond709:t0+Vec\n Cond379:1M_sorbitol_-_30_min\n mRPL43B:Homology to human L37a,ribosomal protein L43B,\n mRRP1:involved in processing rRNA precursor species to mature rRNA\ns,,Null mutant is inviable, cannot be suppressed by srd1 mut\nations. rrp1-1 mutations are associated with temperature-sen\nsitive growth, a conditional defect in processing of 27S pre\n-rRNA to mature 25S rRNA, and a nonconditional increase in s\nensitivity to several aminoglycoside antibiotics. srd1 is an\n allele-specific suppressor of rrp1-1.\n Cond758:Heat_0'_(A)\n mRRP5:Ribosomal RNA Processing,required for processing of pre-rRNA\n,Overexpression of RRP5 facilitates mitochondrial import of \nhydrophobic proteins; overexpression of an RRP5 mutant compl\nements the rRNA processing defect of the null alllele, but d\noes not facilitate mitochondrial import\n Stress.HeatSorbitol:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n Cond434:DBY7286_37degree_heat_-_20_min\n mRRP8:Hypothetical ORF,nucleolar protein required for efficient pr\nocessing of pre-rRNA at site A2; methyltransferase homolog,i\nmpaired growth at lower temperatures (19 to 130C) , defect i\nn pre-rRNA processing at site A2, synthetically lethal with \nmutants alleles of GAR1\n Stress.H202:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n Cond321:heat_shock_21_to_37,_20_minutes\n Cond783:Peroxide_60'\n mARX1:Unknown ,, Unknown\n mPUS7:Unknown ,, Unknown\n mFUN12:Function unknown now,97 kDa protein,Null mutant is inviable\n mTHS1:Threonyl-tRNA synthetase, cytoplasmic,threonine-tRNA ligase,\n Sporulation.Series0:The transcriptional program of sporulation in budding yeast.\n  Science. 1998 Oct 23;282(5389):699-705.\n mSTT3:Required for protein glycosylation,integral ER membrane prot\nein , oligosaccharyltransferase complex subunit (putative),N\null mutant is inviable. sst3 mutants are defective in protei\nn glycosylation, sensitive to hygromycin B, and resistant to\n sodium orthovanadate. Depletion of the STT3 protein results\n in loss of oligosaccharyl transferase activity in vivo and \na deficiency in the assembly of oligosaccharyl transferase c\nomplex.\n Cond417:YPD_12_h_ypd-2\n Cond946:W303ume6_YPD\n mYJL122W:Unknown ,, Unknown\n Stress.Sorbitol:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n Cond415:YPD_8_h_ypd-2\n Cond319:37C_to_25C_shock_-_90_min\n mSPB1:Suppressor of PaB1 mutant; involved in 60S ribosomal subunit\n biogenesis,methyltransferase (putative),Null mutant is invi\nable. The spb1-1 mutant is an extragenic suppressor of a pab\n1 null mutation.\n Cond402:Nitrogen_Depletion_2_d\n mSES1:seryl-tRNA synthetase,serine-tRNA ligase,Null mutant is invi\nable.\n Cond723:t2-SSD1,M31\n mRPC82:82-kDa subunit of RNA polymerase III (C),82 kDa subunit of R\nNA polymerase III (C),Null mutant is inviable\n mPHO88:May be a membrane protein involved in inorganic phosphate tr\nansport and regulation of Pho81p function,,Null mutant is vi\nable; pho88 pho86 double mutant shows enhanced synthesis of \nrepressible acid phosphatase in high phosphate media and ars\nenate resistance; disruption or high dosage of PHO88 results\n in reduced phosphate intake\n Cond876:zero2\n Cond360:2.5mM_DTT_120_min_dtt-1\n mYLL044W:Unknown ,, Unknown\n mROK1:contains domains found in the DEAD protein family of ATP-dep\nendent RNA helicases; high-copy suppressor of kem1 null muta\nnt,,Null mutant is inviable\n mGCD1:general control of amino acid biosynthesis and cell cycle in\nitiation,gamma subunit , negative regulator in the general c\nontrol of amino acid biosynthesis , translation initiation f\nactor eIF2B subunit,affect growth rate under nonstarvation c\nonditions\n Cond411:diauxic_shift_timecourse_20.5_h\n Stress.Various:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n mBMS1:BMH1 sensitive,,Null mutant is inviable; a temperature-sensi\ntive allele exhibits a synthetic growth defect with bmh1-del\nta; the temperature-sensitive allele also exhibits diploid s\npecific bud site randomization at the semi-permissive temper\nature\n zap1.Series0:Genome-wide characterization of the Zap1p zinc-responsive re\ngulon in yeast.  Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2000 Jul 5;97(14)\n:7957-62.\n mEMP70:identified as a 24 kDa cleavage product in endosome-enriched\n membrane fractions,,\n Cond421:YPD_5_d_ypd-2\n Cond858:pm71-30\n Stress.tempsteady:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n mSPB1 mNOP7 mNOP1 mSOF1 mSIK1 mNOP58 mRRP1 mRRP5 mYTM1 mCBF5 mSXM1 mRPL25 mGCD11 mGCD1 mRPC40 mYGL245W mCDC60 mRPC82
Jelinski.Jelinski:Regulatory networks revealed by transcriptional profiling of\n damaged Saccharomyces cerevisiae cells: Rpn4 links base exc\nision repair with proteasomes.  Mol Cell Biol. 2000 Nov;20(2\n1):8157-67.\n Cond798:Ca30'\n Cond338:constant_0.32_mM_H2O2_(40_min)_rescan\n Pho85.pho85:Chemical inhibition of the Pho85 cyclin-dependent kinase rev\neals a role in the environmental stress response.  Proc Natl\n Acad Sci U S A. 2001 Oct 23;98(22):12578-83.\n Cond302:Heat_Shock_15_minutes_hs-1\n Cond418:YPD_1_d_ypd-2\n Cell Cycle.alpha:Comprehensive identification of cell cycle-regulated genes o\nf the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae by microarray hybridiza\ntion.  Mol Biol Cell. 1998 Dec;9(12):3273-97.\n GCR1.gcr1:Understanding the growth phenotype of the yeast gcr1 mutant \nin terms of global genomic expression patterns.  J Bacteriol\n. 2000 Sep;182(17):4970-8.\n Cond981:F82G_pho4D_10_mM_1NaPP1\n Cond913:(99i3)_S150-2B_YPD_NormInt\n Stress.diamide:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n Stress.HypoOsmot:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n Cond315:37C_to_25C_shock_-_15_min\n Cond976:F82G_1_mM_1NaPP1\n Cond416:YPD_10_h__ypd-2\n Cond674:DES459_(mec1)_+_heat_20_min\n Cond810:Na45'\n Cond911:(83i5)_S150-2B_YPD_NormInt\n Cond289:Cycloheximide\n Cond637:DES460_+_0.02%_MMS_-_60_min\n Cond373:1.5_mM_diamide_(40_min)\n Cond505:wtħ50nMaF,120minlog10(intensity)\n mDIM1:Dimethyladenosine transferase, (rRNA(adenine-N6,N6-)-dimethy\nltransferase),reponsible for m6[2]Am6[2]A dimethylation in 3\n'-terminal loop of 18S rRNA,dimethyladenosine transferase,Nu\nll mutant is inviable\n Cond300:Heat_Shock_05_minutes_hs-1\n Cond814:Na+FK45'\n Cond310:Heat_Shock_000_minutes_hs-2\n COMP.:Functional classification via a compendium of knockouts. Hug\nes et.al., cell 2000.\n Mating.Mating:Signaling and circuitry of multiple MAPK pathways revealed b\ny a matrix of global gene expression profiles.  Science. 200\n0 Feb 4;287(5454):873-80\n Stress.aa_starv:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n Cond245:ymr014w\n Cond480:WT+/-100mM3AT(SetA)(R491)\n Cond318:37C_to_25C_shock_-_60_min\n Cond395:Nitrogen_Depletion_30_min.\n Cond155:she4\n Cond553:alpha14\n Cond312:Heat_Shock_015_minutes_hs-2\n TorRama.Series0:Partitioning the transcriptional program induced by rapamyci\nn among the effectors of the Tor proteins. Curr Biol. 2000 D\nec 14-28;10(24):1574-81\n Cond852:30_min\n Cond479:WT+/-100mM3AT(SetD)(R491)\n Cond569:cdc15_10\n Cond914:(99i2)_S150-2B_YPGL+G_NormInt\n Cond482:WT+/-100mM3AT(SetC)(KNY164)\n Cond306:Heat_Shock_60_minutes_hs-1\n mCGR1:coiled-coil growth-regulated,coiled-coil protein,Null mutant\n is inviable; CGR1 expression is down-regulated in the postd\niauxic growth phase\n Cond797:Ca15'\n Cond361:2.5mM_DTT_180_min_dtt-1\n mLHP1:Protein homologous to human La (SS-B) autoantigen,,Null muta\nnt is viable\n Cond367:dtt_240_min_dtt-2\n Cond720:t0+SSD1,H44\n Cond901:(11i2)_HBY4_YPGL_NormInt\n Cond716:t2+SSD1wt\n Cond777:msn2/4_acid_0'\n mHCA4:putative RNA helicase,RNA helicase (putative),Null mutant is\n inviable. A Tn3 insertion into this gene causes hypersensit\nivity to the cell surface polymer perturbing agent calcofluo\nr white.\n Cond313:Heat_Shock_030inutes__hs-2\n Stress.Heat1:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n Cond481:WT+/-100mM3AT(SetB)(491)\n Stress.Heat2:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n Cond581:cdc15_160\n Cond692:gal6+gal\n Cond385:Hypo-osmotic_shock_-_15_min\n Cond818:crz1/Na30'\n Cond378:1M_sorbitol_-_15_min\n Cond358:2.5mM_DTT_060_min_dtt-1\n Cond662:mec1_plus_gamma_5_min\n gala.-gal:Integrated genomic and proteomic analyses of a systematicall\ny perturbed metabolic network.  Science. 2001 May 4;292(5518\n):929-34.\n Cond945:W303_YPD\n SGD.GO:Functional classification via a compendium of knockouts. Hug\nes et.al., cell 2000.\n Cond661:DES460_(wt)_-_mock_irradiation_-_90_min\n Cond443:DBYyap1_+_0.32_mM_H2O2_(20_min)\n Cond374:1.5_mM_diamide_(50_min)\n Cond706:gal2gal80-gal\n Cond370:1.5_mM_diamide_(10_min)\n Cond571:cdc15_50\n Cond634:DES460_+_0.02%_MMS_-_15_min\n Cond714:t0+SSD1wt\n Cond325:29C_to_33C_-_5_minutes\n Cond809:Na30'\n Stress.ColdShock:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n Cond787:NaCl_45'\n Cond859:ms221-30\n Cond366:dtt_120_min_dtt-2\n Cond881:4NQO\n Cond977:F82G_pho4D_1_mM_1NaPP1\n Cond813:Na+FK30'\n Cond303:Heat_Shock_20_minutes_hs-1\n Cond570:cdc15_30\n Cond636:DES460_+_0.2%_MMS_-_45_min\n Cond441:DBYmsn2/4_(real_strain)_+_0.32_mM_H2O2_(20_min)\n Calcin.Ca:Genome-wide analysis of gene expression regulated by the cal\ncineurin/Crz1p signaling pathway in Saccharomyces cerevisiae\n.  J Biol Chem. 2002 Aug 23;277(34):31079-88\n Cond408:diauxic_shift_timecourse_13.5_h\n Cond652:wt_plus_gamma_20_min\n Cond856:pm38-qtop\n Stress.dshift:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n Cond423:YPD_stationary_phase_4_h_ypd-1\n Cond390:aa_starv_0.5_h\n Cond320:heat_shock_17_to_37,_20_minutes\n Cond316:37C_to_25C_shock_-_30_min\n Cond305:Heat_Shock_40_minutes_hs-1\n Cond658:DES460_(wt)_-_mock_irradiation_-_5_min\n RapamycinHap.hap_ram:Rapamycin-modulated transcription defines the subset of nutr\nient-sensitive signaling pathways directly controlled by the\n Tor proteins.  Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1999 Dec 21;96(26)\n:14866-70.\n Cond982:pho85D_10_mM_1NaPP1_\n Meiosis.Series0:The core meiotic transcriptome in budding yeasts.  Nat Genet\n. 2000 Dec;26(4):415-23.\n Cond369:1.5_mM_diamide_(5_min)\n Cond763:Heat_60'\n Cond670:DES459_(mec1)_-_mock_irradiation_-_5_min\n Cond585:cdc15_200\n Cond440:DBYmsn2msn4_(good_strain)_+_0.32_mM_H2O2\n Cond363:dtt_015_min_dtt-2\n mDUS1:tRNA dihydrouridine synthase,tRNA dihydrouridine synthase,\n Cond782:Peroxide_40'\n Y-Stre.msn2/4acid:Remodeling of yeast genome expression in response to environ\nmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2001 Feb;12(2):323-37.\n Stress.YPD:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n Cond414:YPD_6_h_ypd-2\n Cond386:Hypo-osmotic_shock_-_30_min\n Stress.YPDStat:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n Cond371:1.5_mM_diamide_(20_min)\n Cond323:heat_shock_29_to_37,_20_minutes\n GCN4.gcn4:Transcriptional profiling shows that Gcn4p is a master regul\nator of gene expression during amino acid starvation in yeas\nt.  Mol Cell Biol. 2001 Jul;21(13):4347-68.\n Y-Stre.Acid:Remodeling of yeast genome expression in response to environ\nmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2001 Feb;12(2):323-37.\n Stress.DTT1:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n Cond651:wt_plus_gamma_10_min\n Stress.DTT2:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n Cond326:29C_to_33C_-_15_minutes\n Cond855:pm38-30\n Stress.WeakHeat:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n Cond635:DES460_+_0.02%_MMS_-_30_min\n Cond764:Heat_120'\n Cond934:8h\n COMP.CH:Functional classification via a compendium of knockouts. Hug\nes et.al., cell 2000.\n Cond357:2.5mM_DTT_045_min_dtt-1\n Cond768:Acid_60'\n Cond317:37C_to_25C_shock_-_45_min\n Stress.NitroDepl:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n Cond273:yor078w\n UME6.ume6:The Ume6 regulon coordinates metabolic and meiotic gene expr\nession in yeast.  Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2002 Oct 15;99(2\n1):13431-6.\n Stress.H202:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n Cond717:t2-SSD1\n Cond589:cdc15_240\n Cond424:YPD_stationary_phase_8_h_ypd-1\n Y-Stre.Heat:Remodeling of yeast genome expression in response to environ\nmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2001 Feb;12(2):323-37.\n Cond419:YPD_2_d_ypd-2\n Cond321:heat_shock_21_to_37,_20_minutes\n Cond762:Heat_45'\n Cond278:CDC42(tetpromoter)\n Y-Stre.NaCl:Remodeling of yeast genome expression in response to environ\nmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2001 Feb;12(2):323-37.\n COMP.KO:Functional classification via a compendium of knockouts. Hug\nes et.al., cell 2000.\n Cond882:zero3\n gala.+gal:Integrated genomic and proteomic analyses of a systematicall\ny perturbed metabolic network.  Science. 2001 May 4;292(5518\n):929-34.\n Sporulation.Series0:The transcriptional program of sporulation in budding yeast.\n  Science. 1998 Oct 23;282(5389):699-705.\n Cond640:DES459_(mec1-)_+_0.02%_MMS_-_5_min\n Cond359:2.5mM_DTT_090_min_dtt-1\n Cond417:YPD_12_h_ypd-2\n Cond256:ymr141c\n Cond666:mec1_plus_gamma_45_min\n Stress.Sorbitol:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n Cond415:YPD_8_h_ypd-2\n mYJL195C:Unknown ,, Unknown\n Cond811:Na60'\n Cond372:1.5_mM_diamide_(30_min)\n Cond667:mec1_plus_gamma_60_min\n Calcin.crz1Na:Genome-wide analysis of gene expression regulated by the cal\ncineurin/Crz1p signaling pathway in Saccharomyces cerevisiae\n.  J Biol Chem. 2002 Aug 23;277(34):31079-88\n Stress.HeatVar:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n Cond283:KAR2(tetpromoter)\n Cond360:2.5mM_DTT_120_min_dtt-1\n Cond324:heat_shock_33_to_37,_20_minutes\n Cond294:Itraconazole\n mHSH49:Human SAP Homolog 49. A yeast homolog of a human spliceosome\n associated protein (SAP) called SAP 49.,mammalian splicing \nfactor/U2 snRNP protein homolog,\n Stress.Various:Genomic expression programs in the response of yeast cells t\no environmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2000 Dec;11(12):424\n1-57\n Cond543:rst1Drst2Dtec1D/wtlog10(intensity)\n Calcin.Na:Genome-wide analysis of gene expression regulated by the cal\ncineurin/Crz1p signaling pathway in Saccharomyces cerevisiae\n.  J Biol Chem. 2002 Aug 23;277(34):31079-88\n Cond815:Na+FK60'\n Cond699:gal4-gal\n Cond442:DBYyap1-_+_0.3_mM_H2O2_(20_min)\n Cell Cycle.cdc15:Comprehensive identification of cell cycle-regulated genes o\nf the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae by microarray hybridiza\ntion.  Mol Biol Cell. 1998 Dec;9(12):3273-97.\n COMP.TE:Functional classification via a compendium of knockouts. Hug\nes et.al., cell 2000.\n Cond938:2h\n Calcin.NaFK:Genome-wide analysis of gene expression regulated by the cal\ncineurin/Crz1p signaling pathway in Saccharomyces cerevisiae\n.  J Biol Chem. 2002 Aug 23;277(34):31079-88\n Cond559:alpha56\n Y-Stre.Peroxide:Remodeling of yeast genome expression in response to environ\nmental changes.  Mol Biol Cell. 2001 Feb;12(2):323-37.\n Cond980:F82G_10_mM_1NaPP1\n Cond858:pm71-30\n Cond979:WT_10_mM_1NaPP1\n Cond304:Heat_Shock_30_minutes_hs-1\n Cond958:t0.5_g/r_ratio\n

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