An estimate has been made for the number of P450 genes in Arabidopsis (372) see P450s sorted by family.
Month: February 1999
Nine new Arabidopsis P450s have been named 71A16, 79F1, 79F2, 705A5 (now complete), 705A10P, 705A11P, 705A12, 707A3 and 708A2.
Rat UNIGENE entries have now been included as a separate file to complement the mouse and human files.
Lists have been compiled of all the human and mouse P450s in the UNIGENE database. These do not include all pseudogenes, but most of the normal genes are present. The human UNIGENE is much more complete than mouse, with only 3 of 48 human genes not having a UNIGENE entry. click on the mouse and… Read More
I have decided to make a data giveaway on human P450s lying undiscovered in the EST database. I did a search for these in 1995 and have been sitting on them for several years. About half are now cloned, but half are not. So here they are! New human P450s enjoy.
I have begun a housekeeping reorganization of the P450 homepage. It has grown to the point of becoming cluttered and hard to use. To make access to desired sections easier, I have added buttons to link to different subsections of the site. The new homepage also has a name https://drnelson.uthsc.edu/CytochromeP450.html that is easier for search… Read More