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GenomeDataAssembly Comment -> Add opens a dialog that adds a Structured Comment describing the sequencing and assembly work done for the current sequence.

GWB Comments Genome Data Assembly Comment Add

What is a Structured Comment? Some sequence submitters have organism and other metadata that does not fit into the controlled list of GenBank qualifiers but that is significant for the complete description of a sequence.

To collect and display such additional metadata in sequence records, GenBank uses a Structured Comment, which consists of tag (field)-value pairs that are contained within START and END tags. The START and END tags function as delimiters for parsing.

The Genome Data Assembly comment appears in the COMMENT section of sequence record and is framed by the default tags ##Genome-Assembly-Data-START## and ##Genome-Assembly-Data-END##.

Genome submissions require assembly information to be included within the Genome Assembly-Data structured comment. This structured comment includes the following metadata:

  • Assembly Name: a short name suitable for display (for example, LoxAfr_3.0 for a Loxodonta africana assembly, version 3.0)
  • Assembly Method: includes version or date the program was run (for example, Newbler v. 2.3 or Celera Assembly v. May 2010)
  • Genome Coverage (for example, 12x)
  • Sequencing Technology (for example, ABI 3730; 454 GS-FLX Titanium; Illumina GAIIx)

The Assembly Name is optional. Assembly Method requires 'v. ' between the algorithm name and its version (or the month and year it was run). If more than one sequencing technology was used, separate them with a semi-colon (for example, Sanger; Illumina GAIIx).

GWB Comments Genome Data Assembly Comment Add Required Info

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GenomeDataAssembly Comment -> Remove deletes the Structured Comment describing the sequencing and assembly work applied the current sequence.

What is a Structured Comment? Some sequence submitters have organism and other metadata that does not fit into the controlled list of GenBank qualifiers but that is significant for the complete description of a sequence.

To collect and display such additional metadata in sequence records, GenBank uses a Structured Comment, which consists of tag (field)-value pairs that are contained within START and END tags. The START and END tags function as delimiters for parsing.

The Genome Data Assembly comment appears in the COMMENT section of sequence record and is framed by the default tags ##Genome-Assembly-Data-START## and ##Genome-Assembly-Data-END##.

Genome submissions require assembly information to be included within the Genome Assembly-Data structured comment. This structured comment includes the following metadata:

  • Assembly Name: a short name suitable for display (for example, LoxAfr_3.0 for a Loxodonta africana assembly, version 3.0)
  • Assembly Method: includes version or date the program was run (for example, Newbler v. 2.3 or Celera Assembly v. May 2010)
  • Genome Coverage (for example, 12x)
  • Sequencing Technology (for example, ABI 3730; 454 GS-FLX Titanium; Illumina GAIIx)

The Assembly Name is optional. Assembly Method requires 'v. ' between the algorithm name and its version (or the month and year it was run). If more than one sequencing technology was used, separate them with a semi-colon (for example, Sanger; Illumina GAIIx).

For more information please see the full documentation for NCBI Genome Workbench Editing Package.

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Last updated: 2019-07-03T16:35:26Z