ARchive for Functional analysis
how to order
The collection of deletion strains is ordered by the systematic
gene names. You need the systematic gene name of your gene of interest
to browse the collection. Or you search for a classical gene name.
Most deletion strains are isogenic to S288C. These strains have been derived from FY1679 or BY474x. The wild type strains corresponding to the deletion strains are available.
Complete deletion strain sets. These gene deletions have been generated in the BY474x strain series. BY strains are derived from strain S288C, the strain used for sequencing of the S. cerevisiae genome. In the worldwide genome deletion project approximately 97 percent of the yeast genes have been successfully deleted.
588 TAP fusion protein strains available.
Functional organization of the yeast proteome by systematic analysis of protein complexes.
Gavin et al., Nature (2002) 415, 141-147.
One hundred finished yeast degron strains available.
Kanamaki, M., Sanchez-Diaz, A., Gambus, A., and Labib, K., Functional proteomic identification of DNA replication proteins by induced proteolysis in vivo. Nature (2003) 423, 720 - 724.
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