GenBank


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GenBank

Molecular biology An electronic repository of publicly available DNA sequences, which is maintained by the NIH. Cf Swiss-Prot.

GenBank

an on-line database of publicly available DNA sequence data maintained by the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI), a part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH). GenBank exchanges data daily with two other large sequence databases, the DNA DataBank of Japan (DDBJ) and the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL). (www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/Genbank)
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probability pseudotuberculosis enterocolitica 16S rRNA gene analysis, % similarity to sequences in GenBank 100% (1,058 bp) to 100% (985 bp) to Y.
HEV71 VP1 gene nucleotide sequences used in reconstruction of the HEV71 dendrograms * Isolate Source GenBank accession no.
Once we obtain comprehensive results from our studies, we will share this information with the GenBank, which will then have a reserve of gene samples from Bahrain.
For further phylogenetic analysis and alignment of sequences, closely related published sequences, which have query coverage more than 99 (Percent) and E-value =0 were retrieved from GenBank database.
Phylograms were created using orthologous sequences from six species of Pilobolus obtained from GenBank as controls.
ATCC13886 Klebsiella pneumoniae Genbank /ATCC1383T Klebsiella pneumoniae Genbank/ NLEP98-0472 Klebsiella pneumoniae Genbank/ DSM 30102 Klebsiella pneumoniae Genbank/ JCM1662 Klebsiella pneumoniae subsp.
The sequence information was reviewed and annotated at SEPRL for release to GenBank.
NCBI GenBank was accessed to identify the isolated species by using the BLAST homology search with the obtained ITS data of the 9 strains.
Since its creation, GenBank has grown at an exponential rate, doubling in size every 18 months.
Los insertos de nueve clones con tamanos superiores a 500 pb fueron secuenciados y analizados por medio de busquedas de los insertos completos o de sus marcos abiertos de lectura (ORFs) traducidos en GenBank 141.
The nine CpG sites studied are located at nucleotide positions 206, 214, 220, 244, 265, 306, 319, 322, and 334 of GenBank accession number AF540972 (GenBank 2005).