Welcome to Génolevures!

Génolevures provides annotated sequence data and classifications for the genomes of eighteen species of hemiascomycete yeasts, including nine complete genomes. The Génolevures web resources provides genetic element pages, orthologs defined by syntenic homology, protein families, a genome browser for interspecies comparison, and data sets for downloading.

An advanced search facility permits a number of criterion-based and full text queries.

Classification data, including protein families and orthologs, and the most up-to-date genome annotations, are for the most part not available in general-purpose sequence data bases such as EMBL/GenBank/DDBJ. These data are provided here to the public, but users should cite:

Sherman DJ, Martin T, Nikolski M, Cayla C, Souciet JL, Durrens P; Génolevures Consortium (2009). Génolevures: protein families and synteny among complete hemiascomycetous yeast proteomes and genomes. Nucleic Acids Res. 37(Database issue), pp. D550-4. [NAR full text]

Genetic elements in all genomes (including S. cerevisiae and A. gossypii) are named following a systematic nomenclature, but gene names and other locus tags are always indicated.


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  • December, 2012:
    This site has been severely hacked, forcing us to interrupt the service. Genolevures is back now. Sorry for any inconvenience.

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