TABLE 3.

Genes with SREs in their promotersa

GenePutative SRECoordinates
POT14TCGTCGTATAGAA−267 to −255
ERG13TTCTATACGACGA−427 to −415
TCGTCGTATAGAT−322 to −310
HMG1CTGTCGTATAAAT−1449 to −1437
IDIITATTATACGATAT−11 to +1
ERG1TCATCGTATATTT−376 to −364
ERG11ATGTCGTATATTC−235 to −223
ATCTATACGACGA−489 to −477
ERG24CGTTATACGACCG−142 to −130
ERG25AGTTATACGACCA−432 to −420
ERG251bAGCTATACGATGG−502 to −490
ATCTATACGATCA−122 to −110
ERG26CTCTATACGACAA−168 to −156
ERG27GTTTATACGATCG−154 to −142
ERG6TTCTCGTATAGAA−558 to −546
ERG2TTGTCGTATAAAA−220 to −208
ERG5AATTATACGACCA−580 to −568
  • a This table shows the location of putative SREs in the promoters of ergosterol biosynthesis genes. The critical bases (in S. cerevisiae) TCGTATA are shown in bold face type. Some sequences are on the complementary strand. Two thousand base pairs upstream of the ATG start codon were searched for SREs. Genes are given in the order they occur in the ergosterol biosynthetic pathway. Coordinates are relative to the ATG start codon.

  • b ERG251 appears to be an allele or second copy of the ERG25 gene.