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Quantitative RNA-seq intron features data are displayed in this view. d Shown here is a subset of the links and related information displayed in the sidebar of each Gene record RefSeq nucleotide and ... RefSeq (NM_) 27,401 28,881 5 Model RefSeq (XM_) 48,123 47,250 -2 RefSeq, non-coding Known RefSeq (NR_) 3923 4276 9 Model RefSeq (XR_) 19,731 25,771 31 CCDS IDs 23,093 c 23,880 d ...doi:10.1007/s00335-015-9585-8 pmid:26215545 pmcid:PMC4602073 fatcat:h7gzfdaghzeith7en6ejocoksi
curated d Percent ncRNA e 1 5 126 980 68 7 <1 38 556 na 50 22 <1 6 10 79 686 41 17 <1 28 176 na 23 42 <1 12 19 158 111 65 11 <1 29 490 na 18 50 1 18 28 263 628 ... Release a Taxa b Mammalian records Human records Total transcripts Percent models c Percent curated d Percent ncRNA e Total transcripts Total genes f Percent models c Percent ...doi:10.1093/nar/gkt1114 pmid:24259432 pmcid:PMC3965018 fatcat:wid54lruqrdzndb4oghwltdrqa
The Consensus Coding Sequence (CCDS) project (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/CCDS/) is a collaborative effort to maintain a dataset of proteincoding regions that are identically annotated on the human and mouse reference genome assemblies by the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) and Ensembl genome annotation pipelines. Identical annotations that pass quality assurance tests are tracked with a stable identifier (CCDS ID). Members of the collaboration, who are from NCBI, thedoi:10.1093/nar/gkt1059 pmid:24217909 pmcid:PMC3965069 fatcat:go2bm4timjdhzc6ecp42w77k7m
more »... me Trust Sanger Institute and the University of California Santa Cruz, provide coordinated and continuous review of the dataset to ensure high-quality CCDS representations. We describe here the current status and recent growth in the CCDS dataset, as well as recent changes to the CCDS web and FTP sites. These changes include more explicit reporting about the NCBI and Ensembl annotation releases being compared, new search and display options, the addition of biologically descriptive information and our approach to representing genes for which support evidence is incomplete. We also present a summary of recent and future curation targets.
doi:10.1093/nar/gkx1031 pmid:29126148 pmcid:PMC5753299 fatcat:xlfpwnmezjejtbg7dyatdwspvi
The RefSeq project at the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) maintains and curates a publicly available database of annotated genomic, transcript, and protein sequence records (http:// www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/refseq/). The RefSeq project leverages the data submitted to the International Nucleotide Sequence Database Collaboration (INSDC) against a combination of computation, manual curation, and collaboration to produce a standard set of stable, non-redundant reference sequences.doi:10.1093/nar/gkv1189 pmid:26553804 pmcid:PMC4702849 fatcat:2bm7d5coyvfotaj23hnj3mce6m
more »... he RefSeq project augments these reference sequences with current knowledge including publications, functional features and informative nomenclature. The database currently represents sequences from more than 55 000 organisms (>4800 viruses, >40 000 prokaryotes and >10 000 eukaryotes; RefSeq release 71), ranging from a single record to complete genomes. This paper summarizes the current status of the viral, prokaryotic, and eukaryotic branches of the RefSeq project, reports on improvements to data access and details efforts to further expand the taxonomic representation of the collection. We also highlight diverse functional curation initiatives that support multiple uses of RefSeq data including taxonomic validation, genome annotation, comparative genomics, and clinical testing. We summarize our approach to utilizing available RNA-Seq and other data types in our manual curation process for vertebrate, plant, and other species, and describe a new direction for prokaryotic genomes and protein name management.
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We thank Michael Murphy and Lillian Riddick at the NCBI for their assistance in verifying accession numbers and for including the proposed nomenclature in the NCBI website. ... Acknowledgments This work was supported by the following grants National Institutes of Health (USA): GM-093065 to SEH-D and Wellcome Trust Programme Grant 085309 to MAG. ... the four exons that vary in vertebrates can be designated by a four letter code; a.a.b.d indicates exon 1 is splice form a, exon 2 is splice form a, exon 6 is splice form b and exon 9 is splice form d. ...doi:10.1007/s10974-014-9389-6 pmid:25369766 pmcid:PMC4426136 fatcat:xneeugyhpbhvdji5fmjff6yki4
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