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AADC00000000.1 Homo sapiens

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# of Contigs: 169,156
# of Proteins: 0
# of Scaffolds/Chrs: 2,639
Total length: 2,655,965,727 bp
BioProject: PRJNA1431
BioSample: SAMN02981219
Keywords: WGS
Organism: Homo sapiensshow lineagehide lineage
Biosource:
/mol_type = genomic
WGS: AADC01000001:AADC01169156
Scaffolds: CH003496:CH003519, KE133693:KE136307
2,639 scaffolds, total length is 2,972,015,741 bases
Reference:
The sequence of the human genome : Science 291 (5507), 1304-1351 (2001) – show 274 authorshide authors
Venter,J.C., Adams,M.D., Myers,E.W., Li,P.W., Mural,R.J., Sutton,G.G., Smith,H.O., Yandell,M., Evans,C.A., Holt,R.A., Gocayne,J.D., Amanatides,P., Ballew,R.M., Huson,D.H., Wortman,J.R., Zhang,Q., Kodira,C.D., Zheng,X.H., Chen,L., Skupski,M., Subramanian,G., Thomas,P.D., Zhang,J., Gabor Miklos,G.L., Nelson,C., Broder,S., Clark,A.G., Nadeau,J., McKusick,V.A., Zinder,N., Levine,A.J., Roberts,R.J., Simon,M., Slayman,C., Hunkapiller,M., Bolanos,R., Delcher,A., Dew,I., Fasulo,D., Flanigan,M., Florea,L., Halpern,A., Hannenhalli,S., Kravitz,S., Levy,S., Mobarry,C., Reinert,K., Remington,K., Abu-Threideh,J., Beasley,E., Biddick,K., Bonazzi,V., Brandon,R., Cargill,M., Chandramouliswaran,I., Charlab,R., Chaturvedi,K., Deng,Z., Di Francesco,V., Dunn,P., Eilbeck,K., Evangelista,C., Gabrielian,A.E., Gan,W., Ge,W., Gong,F., Gu,Z., Guan,P., Heiman,T.J., Higgins,M.E., Ji,R.R., Ke,Z., Ketchum,K.A., Lai,Z., Lei,Y., Li,Z., Li,J., Liang,Y., Lin,X., Lu,F., Merkulov,G.V., Milshina,N., Moore,H.M., Naik,A.K., Narayan,V.A., Neelam,B., Nusskern,D., Rusch,D.B., Salzberg,S., Shao,W., Shue,B., Sun,J., Wang,Z., Wang,A., Wang,X., Wang,J., Wei,M., Wides,R., Xiao,C., Yan,C., Yao,A., Ye,J., Zhan,M., Zhang,W., Zhang,H., Zhao,Q., Zheng,L., Zhong,F., Zhong,W., Zhu,S., Zhao,S., Gilbert,D., Baumhueter,S., Spier,G., Carter,C., Cravchik,A., Woodage,T., Ali,F., An,H., Awe,A., Baldwin,D., Baden,H., Barnstead,M., Barrow,I., Beeson,K., Busam,D., Carver,A., Center,A., Cheng,M.L., Curry,L., Danaher,S., Davenport,L., Desilets,R., Dietz,S., Dodson,K., Doup,L., Ferriera,S., Garg,N., Gluecksmann,A., Hart,B., Haynes,J., Haynes,C., Heiner,C., Hladun,S., Hostin,D., Houck,J., Howland,T., Ibegwam,C., Johnson,J., Kalush,F., Kline,L., Koduru,S., Love,A., Mann,F., May,D., McCawley,S., McIntosh,T., McMullen,I., Moy,M., Moy,L., Murphy,B., Nelson,K., Pfannkoch,C., Pratts,E., Puri,V., Qureshi,H., Reardon,M., Rodriguez,R., Rogers,Y.H., Romblad,D., Ruhfel,B., Scott,R., Sitter,C., Smallwood,M., Stewart,E., Strong,R., Suh,E., Thomas,R., Tint,N.N., Tse,S., Vech,C., Wang,G., Wetter,J., Williams,S., Williams,M., Windsor,S., Winn-Deen,E., Wolfe,K., Zaveri,J., Zaveri,K., Abril,J.F., Guigo,R., Campbell,M.J., Sjolander,K.V., Karlak,B., Kejariwal,A., Mi,H., Lazareva,B., Hatton,T., Narechania,A., Diemer,K., Muruganujan,A., Guo,N., Sato,S., Bafna,V., Istrail,S., Lippert,R., Schwartz,R., Walenz,B., Yooseph,S., Allen,D., Basu,A., Baxendale,J., Blick,L., Caminha,M., Carnes-Stine,J., Caulk,P., Chiang,Y.H., Coyne,M., Dahlke,C., Mays,A., Dombroski,M., Donnelly,M., Ely,D., Esparham,S., Fosler,C., Gire,H., Glanowski,S., Glasser,K., Glodek,A., Gorokhov,M., Graham,K., Gropman,B., Harris,M., Heil,J., Henderson,S., Hoover,J., Jennings,D., Jordan,C., Jordan,J., Kasha,J., Kagan,L., Kraft,C., Levitsky,A., Lewis,M., Liu,X., Lopez,J., Ma,D., Majoros,W., McDaniel,J., Murphy,S., Newman,M., Nguyen,T., Nguyen,N., Nodell,M., Pan,S., Peck,J., Peterson,M., Rowe,W., Sanders,R., Scott,J., Simpson,M., Smith,T., Sprague,A., Stockwell,T., Turner,R., Venter,E., Wang,M., Wen,M., Wu,D., Wu,M., Xia,A., Zandieh,A., Zhu,X.
Submission:
Submitted (25-NOV-2003) Celera, 45 W Gude Drive, Rockville, MD 20850, USA – show 36 authorshide authors
Istrail,S., Sutton,G., Florea,L., Halpern,A.L., Mobarry,C.M., Lippert,R., Walenz,B., Shatkay,H., Dew,I., Miller,J.R., Flanigan,M.J., Edwards,N.J., Bolanos,R., Fasulo,D., Halldorsson,B.V., Hannenhalli,S., Turner,R., Yooseph,S., Lu,F., Nusskern,D.R., Shue,B.C., Zheng,X.H., Zhong,F., Delcher,A.L., Huson,D.H., Kravitz,S.A., Mouchard,L., Reinert,K., Remington,K.A., Clark,A.G., Waterman,M.S., Eichler,E.E., Adams,M.D., Hunkapiller,M.W., Myers,E.W., Venter,J.C.

The Homo sapiens whole genome shotgun (WGS) project has the project accession AADC00000000. This version of the project (01) has the accession number AADC01000000, and consists of sequences AADC01000001-AADC01169156.

This is the January 2001 compartmental shotgun assembly (CSA) of the human genome. It was generated from the 27 million reads of Celera's 5.3X whole genome shotgun data and 16 million 'reads' of shredded GenBank data from other human genome projects (Nature 2001. 409:860-921). It was generated by the Celera Assembler applied to 3800 separate compartments of Celera and GenBank data associated by inferred sequence overlaps and Celera read pairs. It relied on Celera's paired reads and the BAC end reads for long range order and orientation. Its scaffolds were mapped to chromosomes using STS and additional maps.

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GenBank:AADC01.1.gbff.gz 218.4 Mb
 AADC01.2.gbff.gz 218 Mb
 AADC01.3.gbff.gz 216.5 Mb
 AADC01.4.gbff.gz 217.3 Mb
 AADC01.5.gbff.gz 215 Mb
 AADC01.6.gbff.gz 73.2 Mb
ASN.1:AADC01.1.bbs.gz 117.5 Mb
 AADC01.2.bbs.gz 117.7 Mb
 AADC01.3.bbs.gz 116.8 Mb
 AADC01.4.bbs.gz 117.2 Mb
 AADC01.5.bbs.gz 116.4 Mb
 AADC01.6.bbs.gz 39.5 Mb