Yeast - Small Nuclear RNAs

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Yeast small nucleolar RNA required for the pre-rRNA processing

Last update: 09/08/98

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we are grateful to David Tollervey for reviewing of this table
(tollervey@embl-heidelberg.de)


H+ACA-box family (most members required for pseudouridine formation of rRNA)

gene name rRNA assoc. rRNA-compl. disruption intron-encoded chromosome
35S
25S
viable
-
X
20S
25S
viable
-
XV
20S
25S
viable
-
XV
20S,35S
-
viable
-
XV
35S
+/-
viable (cs)
-
VII
 
25S
viable
-
XIII
35S
-
lethal
-
XII
35S
18S
viable
-
XV
 
25S
viable
-
VIII
 
25S
viable
-
III
 
25S
viable
-
XII
 
18S
viable
-
XV
 
18S
viable
-
XV
 
-
viable
-
X
 
25S
 
-
XI
 
-
 
-
III
 
18S/25S
 
-
XII
 
25S
 
-
VII
 
25S
 
-
XIV
20S
18S/25S
viable
-
III
 
 
viable
-
II

C/D-box family (most members required for ribose methylation of rRNA)

gene name rRNA assoc. rRNA-compl. disruption intron-encoded chromosome
35S
18S
lethal
-
XV
 
 
viable
-
XVI
27S,35S
18S
lethal
-
X
 
28S
viable
+ (EFB1)
I
 
28S
viable
+ (YMR116c)
XIII
35S
-
viable
-
V
 
-
viable
-
IV
 
25S
viable
+ (TEF4)
XI
 
25S
 
+ (RPL6A)
VII
 
 
 
-
VII
 
25S
viable
-
XIV
 
18S
 
-
XVI
 
-
 
-
XVI
 
 
viable
-
IV
 
large subunit
 
-
VII
 
large subunit
 
-
XV
 
large subunit
 
-
XVI
 
small subunit
 
-
V
 
small subunit
 
-
V
 
small subunit
 
-
XIII
 
small subunit
 
-
XII
 
small subunit
 
-
II
 
small subunit
 
-
XII
 
large subunit
 
-
XV
 
large subunit
 
-
XVI
 
large subunit
 
-
X
 
large subunit
 
-
XII
 
large subunit
 
-
XV
 
large subunit
 
-
IV
 
large subunit
 
-
XI
 
large subunit
 
-
III
 
large subunit
 
-
XIV
 
large subunit
 
-
V
 
large subunit
 
-
IX
 
large subunit
 
-
XI
 
small subunit
 
-
XVI
 
large subunit
 
-
VIII
 
 
viable
-
X
 
 
 
-
XIII
 
 
 
-
XIII
 
 
 
-
XIII
 
 
 
-
XIII
 
 
 
-
XIII
 
 
 
-
XIII
 
 
 
-
XIII
 
 
 
-
XII
 
 
 
-
XV
 
 
 
-
V
 
 
 
-
XV
 
 
 
-
X
 
 
 
-
XIV

others

gene name rRNA assoc. rRNA-compl. disruption intron-encoded chromosome
 
 
lethal
-
XIV


REFERENCES

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