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These are explained in excruciating detail in the Gen- Bank release notes (see end-of-chapter Internet resources). The boxes and rulers shown in the illustrations in this section are not part of the record. A ruler indicates the position of the described items in the GBFF report. THE GENBANK FLATFILE:A DISSECTION LOCUS 3 2 9 1 bls DNA INV 23 08-JUL-1997 The first element on this line is the LOCUS name. This historically was a term representing the Locus that was the subject of the record, and submitters and database staff spent considerable time in devising it.
The DNA DataBase of Japan (DDBJ) joined the collaboration in data collecting a few years later. In 1988, following a meeting of these three groups (now referred to as the “International Collaboration of DNA Sequence Databases”), there was an agreement to use a common format for data elements within a unit record and to have each database update only the records that were submitted to it. Now all three centers are collecting direct submissions and distributing them among themselves, so that any one center will have all the sequences, and can act as the primary distribution center for all sequences.
A. W STVl gene encodes functional homologue of 95-kDa yeast vacuolar Hi+)-ATPase subunit Vphlp J. Biol. Chem. 269 (19), 14064-14074 (1994) In late 1998, a new line was introduced with its own identifier, PUBMED, allowing linkage to the PubMed database and publisher’s version of the online full-text article. (see Chapter 5). K. and Dorsett, D. Direct Submission Submitted (19-JUN-1997) Molecular Biology Program, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, 1275 York Avenue, New York, NY 10021, USA THE GENBANK FLATFILE:A DISSECTION 29 The last citation is present on most GenBank records and gives scientific credit to the people responsible for the work surrounding the submitted sequence.
Bioinformatics: A Practical Guide to the Analysis of Genes and Proteins, Volume 39