sábado, 18 de marzo de 2017

March 29th NCBI Minute: How to Submit Your 16S rRNA Data to NCBI

March 29th NCBI Minute: How to Submit Your 16S rRNA Data to NCBI

National Institutes of Health, U.S. National Library of Medicine



03/17/2017 03:36 PM EDT

We are very pleased to announce the availability of the complete RefSeq human genome annotation product for the GRCh38 assembly in the University of California, Santa Cruz (UCSC) Genome browser. NCBI and UCSC staff have worked closely to define an improved data exchange process and NCBI is now providing RefSeq genome annotation and alignment data in order to have a more complete reflection of the RefSeq product in the UCSC genome browser. This resolves issues of incomplete data and conflicting placement details between UCSC displays and NCBI displays.
03/17/2017 01:49 PM EDT

In two weeks, NCBI staff will guide you through the submission of prokaryotic 16S rRNA sequences to GenBank using one of the new Submission Wizards.

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