publishing just a sequence

David L. Haviland, Ph.D. dhavilan at IMM2.IMM.UTH.TMC.EDU
Tue Oct 28 16:06:28 EST 1997

At 15:21 10/28/97 -0800, you wrote:
>Robert M. Horton wrote:
>> I have cloned a new cDNA from human brain, and I would like to publish the
>> sequence. 
>> Any suggestions on journals that might publish a plain dull old ordinary
>> boring cDNA sequence?
>Does it have to be a journal?  If all you really care about is getting
>the sequence out there and not the biology of the gene, why not just
>submit the sequence directly to GenBank?

Sorry... in all the C.V.'s I've seen, I have yet to see a section
"Sequences Submitted", let alone figure that section would have any bearing
on one's merit raise or promotion.  

Would you consider a sequence in GenBank, without a corresponding
peer-reviewed paper as "published"?  


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