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Annotation of 6 tomato BAC sequences.


The information on this web-page accompanies the paper: Deductions about the number, organization and evolution of genes in the tomato genome based on analysis of a large EST collection and selective genomic sequencing (Plant Cell issue [forthcoming]). Linked below are files that represent the data analysis and annotation results of the six BACs mentioned in this paper. The Artmenis files summarize the annotation of the BACs and are viewable with the DNA sequence viewer Artemis [1] available from the Sanger center. [Download] These files may also be viewed as plain text. The BLAST files are BLAST outputs of sequence similarity analyses against various databases available at SGN. [2]



Artmenis Data
         gi_9858768
         gi_15987769
         gi_15987770
         gi_15987771
         gi_15987772
         gi_15987773
         gi_15987774

BLASTX against GenPept

         gi_9858768
         gi_15987769
         gi_15987770 and gi_15987771
         gi_15987772
         gi_15987773
         gi_15987774

BLASTN against Lycopersicon Esculentum Contigs (Unigene Build 2)

         gi_9858768
         gi_15987769
         gi_15987770 and gi_15987771
         gi_15987772
         gi_15987774

TBLASTX against Arabidopsis Tiling Path (SGN)

         gi_9858768
         gi_15987769
         gi_15987770 and gi_15987771
         gi_15987772
         gi_15987773
         gi_15987774

BLASTN against SGN EST database

         gi_9858768
         gi_15987769
         gi_15987770 and gi_15987771
         gi_15987772
         gi_15987773
         gi_15987774

[1] K. Rutherford, J. Parkhill, J. Crook, T. Horsnell, P. Rice, M-A. Rajandream and B. Barrell (2000) Artemis: sequence visualization and annotation (Bioinformatics 16 (10) 944-945. Abstract)

[2] Currently available SGN BLAST databases may have been changed or updated since this work was published.