Yeast Genome-wide Library
S. pombe Genome-wide Deletion Mutant Library
The world's first S. pombe Genome-wide Deletion Mutant Library
This genome-wide S. pombe deletion collection covers more than 98% of genome consisting of 4,914 genes. As each deletion strain has its distinct tags, functional analysis can be performed both in a gene-specific manner and a genome-wide scale. Two different sets of mutant collections are available: h+ haploids and h+/h+ diploids.
S. cerevisiae VN-Fusion Library
Powerful Tool for Protein-Protein Interaction Analysis
The yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae (S. cerevisiae) is a recognized simple eukaryote model system which genome can be easily manipulated. The S. cerevisiae VN-Fusion Library was created by Dr. Won-Ki Huh of Seoul National University (Korea). The VN-Fusion Library consists of 5,809 VN-tagged Open Reading Frames (ORFs) covering 93% of the yeast proteome.