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Furthermore, cloned genes are obviously required for other standard characterizations, such as transcriptional analysis and DNA sequencing. I R. J. Rothstein and F. Sherman, Genetics94, 871 (1980). 2 H. C. Stark, D. Fugit, and D. B. Mowshowitz, Genetics94, 921 (1980). 3 M. E. Dumont, J. F. Ernst, and F. Sherman, EMBO J. 6, 235 (1987). MEITIOI~ IN ENZYMOLOGY, VOL. 194 ~ t O 1991 by AcademicPress, Inc. fred.  MAPPINGYEAST oeNes 39 I Single-gene sell~ellation Centromere hnkage UncloLgenes Cloned ~'~ genes J ( Mitotic mapping I FIG.
Cerevisiae, apparently function solely for their own replication. 33,34 Similarly, almost all S. cerevisiae strains contain double-stranded (ds) RNA viruses that are not usually extracellularly infective but are transmitted by mating. 1% of total nucleic acid, determines a toxin and components required for the viral transcription and replication. K/L-o mutants, lacking class M dsRNA 2s S. L. Gerrin~ C. Conneny, and P. Hieter, this volume . zs F. Sherman and L. P. Wakem, this volume . 27p.
24, 295 (1978).  MICROMANIPULATION AND DI~IECTION OF ASCI 29 at FIo. 5. Construction of microneedles. Microneedles required for the separation of ascospores can be made by first drawing out a 2-mm glass rod to a fine tip and then drawing out the end to an even finer tip at a fight angle. needles having tips of larger diameters, whereas manipulations in crowded areas having high densities of cells are more manageable with microneedles having smaller diameters. An approximately 40#tm-diameter microneedle is an acceptable compromi~.