Genome Sequence Corrections

Town, Christopher ChrisD. cdtown at tigr.org
Mon Oct 1 16:36:35 EST 2001


  Dear Community
>
>  During our re-evaluation and updating of the Arabidopsis genome
>  annotation, we come across cases that suggest possible sequencing errors -
>  e.g. an otherwise fine gene model may be missing a start codon, or have an
>  internal stop codon or unconventional splice site. While some of these may
>  be genuine pseudogenes, it is also possible that the published sequence at
>  this point is not correct.
>
>  If, in the course of your own work, you have had occasion to resequence
>  parts of the Arabidopsis genome and have independent sequence data that
>  would allow correction of inaccuracies and the improvement of gene models,
>  we would be happy to hear from you.
>
>  Thank you and best wishes
>
>  Chris Town
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>  Chris Town
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