We report the nucleotide sequence of an 11.4 kb DNA segment from the left arm of Saccharomyces cerevisiae chromosome II. This sequence contains a typical structure of a functional ARS as well as five open reading frames (ORFs) longer than 300 bp. One is PEP1, a gene encoding a transmembrane protein of 1579 amino acids which transits through the secretory pathway and is involved in vacuolar protein sorting. Two genes were previously sequenced: ACH1 (Lee et al., 1990) and FUS3 (Elion et al., 1990), which encode an acetyl-CoA hydrolase and a protein kinase involved in the cell division cycle, respectively. The last two ORFs localized on the complementary strand of ACH1 are not likely to be expressed.
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