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Since the initial publication of its complete genome sequence, Arabidopsis thaliana has become more important than ever as a model for plant research. However, the initial genome annotation was submitted by multiple centers using inconsistent methods, making the data difficult to use for many applications. Over the course of three years, TIGR has completed its effort to standardize the structural and functional annotation of the Arabidopsis genome. Using both manual and automated methods,doi:10.1186/1741-7007-3-7 pmid:15784138 pmcid:PMC1082884 fatcat:jw5tyx6eubea7fb5yczxnc4ynq