Rice P450s have been updated by exhaustively searching the genbank entries for new accession numbers. The sequences have been translated and added to the FASTA P450 rice list. See the rice button on the homepage for more info. There are 192 accession numbers for rice P450s
Month: June 1999
Two new trees have been made with CYP4 sequences as the main content. These trees illustrate the difficulty of maintaining a sensible nomenclature when families get very large. There are some inconsistencies. The 4D subfamily has been split over time into two different clusters of sequences. Cyp4p should probably be in a separate family. The… Read More
A Tree of 56 Insect P450s The tree with 56 insect P450s includes many new Drosophila sequences. Some are not yet named. This tree is based on an alignment that covers the I- helix to the ends of the sequences, since many are missing the N-terminal. The 4 family sequences are not included here. There… Read More
The Drosophila P450s have been found in Genbank by systematic BLAST searches of the nr, month, others ESTs, gss and htgs sections, using different P450 family representatives. The first search with Cyp4d2 yielded 101 new ESTs, 6 new sequences from month, one from htgs and none from gss or nr. The second search with Cyp6d2… Read More
The Drosophila P450 FASTA sequence file has been updated by including many new sequences starting with genbank numbers AI (ESTs) and AL (genome survey sequences) Work continues to sort these and assign them to known sequences or related families.
I have done a preliminary search of the new Drosophila sequences and havent translated many of them in the file Drosophila P450s. .I am also finding some older P450s that have come out since I last worked on the Drosophila sequences.
On May 28, 1999 28,049 Drosophila genome survey sequences were deposited from Genoscope in France. These are BAC end sequences. The percent of the Drosophila genome sequenced as reported at the MOT tables jumped from 15% to 24%. I have not had a chance to search these for P450 hits, but there should be a… Read More