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The genome of Bacillus subtilis continues to provide exiting genomic insights. However, the growing collective genomic knowledge about this micro-organism is spread across multiple annotation resources. Thus, the full annotation is not directly accessible neither for specific genes nor for large-scale high-throughput analyses. Furthermore, access to annotation of non-coding RNA genes (ncRNAs) and polycistronic mRNAs is difficult. To address these challenges we introduce the Bacillus subtilisdoi:10.1101/807263 fatcat:5fxkvbgbofg23dscplqwxgjnda