July 07, 2015
If you’re not already using YeastMine to answer all your questions about the Saccharomyces cerevisiae genome and the gene products it encodes…you should be!
This versatile tool lets you slice and dice data from SGD in any way you choose. You can ask questions like “How many proteins between 25 and 35 kDa in size are integral to the nuclear membrane?” or “Which genes can mutate to confer oxidative stress resistance, and what biological processes are they involved in?”
Start with this video to see a quick sample of three cool features in YeastMine.