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A 2830-bp segment of the mitochondrial genome of the fungus Aspergillus nidulans was sequenced and shown to contain two unidentified reading frames (URFs). These reading frames are 352 and 488 codons in length, and would specify unmodified proteins of mol. wts. 39,000 and 54,000, respectively. The derived amino acid sequences indicate that these genes are equivalent to the human mitochondrial URFs 1 and 4, with 39% amino acid homology for URF1 and 26% for URF4. Both URFs were shown by secondarypmid:11894959 pmcid:PMC555150 fatcat:4pemtmvp2zfzjiqdvwspco5w64