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The sequence of 55 kb on the left arm of yeast chromosome XVI identifies a small nuclear RNA, a new putative protein kinase and two new putative regulators.

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Bibliographic reference Purnelle, Bénédicte ; Coster, F ; Goffeau, André. The sequence of 55 kb on the left arm of yeast chromosome XVI identifies a small nuclear RNA, a new putative protein kinase and two new putative regulators.. In: Yeast (Chichester, England), Vol. 12, no. 14, p. 1483-92 (1996)
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