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Table 2.

RefSeq status codes.

CodeDescription
MODELThe RefSeq record is provided by the NCBI Genome Annotation pipeline and is not subject to individual review or revision between annotation runs.
INFERREDThe RefSeq record has been predicted by genome sequence analysis, but it is not yet supported by experimental evidence. The record may be partially supported by homology data.
PREDICTEDThe RefSeq record has not yet been subject to individual review, and some aspect of the RefSeq record is predicted.
PROVISIONALThe RefSeq record has not yet been subject to individual review. The initial sequence-to-gene association has been established by outside collaborators or NCBI staff.
REVIEWEDThe RefSeq record has been reviewed by NCBI staff or by a collaborator. The NCBI review process includes assessing available sequence data and the literature. Some RefSeq records may incorporate expanded sequence and annotation information.
VALIDATEDThe RefSeq record has undergone an initial review to provide the preferred sequence standard. The record has not yet been subject to final review at which time additional functional information may be provided.
WGSThe RefSeq record is provided to represent a collection of whole genome shotgun sequences. These records are not subject to individual review or revisions between genome updates.

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