finished *and* unfinished genomes are now on BLAST page

francis at ncbi.nlm.nih.gov francis at ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
Thu Aug 27 11:30:07 EST 1998


Dear colleagues,

Here is an update of the BLAST page we maintain at:

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/BLAST/unfin_databases.html

which highlights 18 unfinished microbial genomes which are now
available for BLAST searches at NCBI on the 'BLAST WITH MICROBIAL
GENOMES' page, reachable from the BLAST home page at:

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/BLAST/

In addition we have now incuded all the *finished* microbial genomes,
providing users with a uniform interface for blasting at the same time
with finished and/or unfinished microbial genomes.

There are now 34 genomes available from this BLAST page.
These are outlined below.

As always, we strongly welcome comments and suggestions about this service.
We welcome all (unfinished or finished) bacterial genomes at NCBI. 

. Unfinished genomes will appear on this www pages and are *not*
  exchanged within the DNA sequence database collaboration (they do not
  have accession numbers and are not part of DDBJ, EMBL or GenBank).

. Finished genomes are added to this page, and also processed, accesioned 
  and exchanged with DDBJ and EMBL and will appear in GenBank. 
  See Entrez's genome page (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/Entrez/) where 
  these are highlighted.

Information on how to submit finished or unfinished microbial genomes to NCBI
can be obtained from our service desk (info at ncbi.nlm.nih.gov).

Special thanks to NCBI's Ilene Mizrachi and Tom Madden for working on 
these pages.

regards to all,

francis

--
| B.F. Francis Ouellette  
| GenBank Coordinator
|
| francis at ncbi.nlm.nih.gov   




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 BLAST Database       Genome     Source   Assembled    Base pairs      Last
                      Size (Mb)           Contigs      sequenced       Updated
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Actinobacillus           2.2     OU-ACGT     558      1,859,803     Jul 02, 1998
  actinomycetemcomitans 
Aquifex aeolicus         1.50    Diversa       1      1,551,335     Mar 28, 1997
Archaeoglobus fulgidus   2.18    TIGR          1      2,178,400     Dec 17, 1997
Bacillus subtilis        4.20    BSNR          1      4,214,814     Nov 20, 1997
Borrelia burgdorferi     1.44    TIGR          1        910,724     Dec 20, 1997
Campylobacter jejuni     1.70    Sanger       18      1,654,584     Jul 02, 1998
Chlamydia trachomatis    1.04    ChGP          1      1,042,519     Jul 20, 1998
Clostridium              4.1     GTC         186      4,109,950     Jun 25, 1998
  acetobutylicum ATCC824 
Deinococcus              3.00    TIGR        260      3,261,196     Jul 02, 1997
  radiodurans R1         
Enterococcus faecalis    3.00    TIGR        293      3,209,119     Jun 18, 1998
Escherichia coli K-12    4.60    U Wisc        1      4,639,221     Oct 16, 1997
Haemophilus influenzae   1.83    TIGR          1      1,830,138     Jun 12, 1998
Helicobacter pylori      1.66    TIGR          1      1,667,867     Aug 06, 1997
Methanobacterium         1.75    Genome        1      1,751,377     Nov 18, 1997
  thermoautotrophicum            Therapeutics
Methanococcus jannaschii 1.66    TIGR          1      1,664,970     Jan 30, 1998
Mycobacterium            4.40    TIGR        370      4,447,834     Jul 02, 1997
  tuberculosis CSU#93    
Mycobacterium            4.40    Sanger        1      4,411,529     Jul 07, 1998
  tuberculosis H37Rv
Mycoplasma genitalium    0.58    TIGR          1        580,073     Oct 17, 1997
Mycoplasma pneumoniae    0.81    Heidelberg    1        816,394     Oct 20, 1997
Neisseria gonorrhoeae    2.20    OU-ACGT     148      2,129,449     Jul 02, 1998
Neisseria meningitidis   2.30    TIGR       2533      1,406,901     Jul 02, 1997
  MC58                  
Neisseria meningitidis   2.30    Sanger       92      2,174,700     Jul 02, 1998
  serogroup A 
Pseudomonas aeruginosa   5.90    PGP         299      6,365,665     Jun 15, 1998
  PAO1
Porphyromonas            2.20    TIGR        218      2,447,622     Jun 25, 1998
  gingivalis W83 
Pyrococcus furiosus      2.10    Utah GC      53      1,845,834     Jun 04, 1998
Pyrococcus horikoshii    1.74    NITE          1      1,738,505     Jun 22, 1998
Staphylococcus aureus    2.80    OU-ACGT     410        573,892     Jul 02, 1998
Streptococcus            2.20    TIGR        375      2,104,816     Dec 30, 1997
  pneumoniae type 4
Streptococcus pyogenes   1.98    OU-ACGT     211      1,836,004     Jul 02, 1998
Synechocystis PCC 6803   3.57    KDRI          1      3,573,470     Oct 16, 1997
Thermotoga maritima      1.80    TIGR      12593      6,665,509     Jul 02, 1997
Treponema pallidum       1.14    TIGR          1      1,137,961     Jul 16, 1998
Vibrio cholerae          2.50    TIGR       5523      3,062,207     Jul 02, 1997
  serotype O1 
Yersinia pestis          4.38    Sanger     1027      4,807,432     Jul 02, 1998    
  CO-92 Biovar (includes plasmid sequences)               


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