[BiO BB] Getting promotor region sequences of Yeast

Thomas Schlitt schlitt at ebi.ac.uk
Wed Oct 13 04:48:12 EDT 2004

Dear Junkuk
the best tool I know for bakers yeast and pombe is part of expression
profiler. Have a look at http://ep.ebi.ac.uk The link "Genomes" links to a
tool developed
by Jaak Vilo which lets you choose genes by chromosome location or gene
name and on the next page the option "Sequence extraction" lets you choose
which part of the sequence for each gene you want counting from the ATG
start codon - for upstream sequences choose a negative number as "from"

Alternatively the database SGD has some files on their ftp server - I


On Fri, 1 Oct 2004, Junguk Hur wrote:

> Dear all, 
> I am trying to get intergenic sequences of yeast genes for promotor
> analyses. 
> I have a gene list of 7K but don't know how to get the upstream region
> sequences. 
> The gene list and relevant data was obtained from the following sites,
> Professor Young's Lab, 
> http://web.wi.mit.edu/young/location/
> Does anybody have idea how to get thoes upstream region sequences?
> Many thanks in advance, 
> Junguk
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