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Resource:High Throughput Genomic Sequences Division

Name: Resource:High Throughput Genomic Sequences Division
Description: Database of high-throughput genome sequences from large-scale genome sequencing centers, including unfinished and finished sequences. It was created to accommodate a growing need to make unfinished genomic sequence data rapidly available to the scientific community in a coordinated effort among the International Nucleotide Sequence databases, DDBJ, EMBL, and GenBank. Sequences are prepared for submission by using NCBI's software tools Sequin or tbl2asn. Each center has an FTP directory into which new or updated sequence files are placed. Sequence data in this division are available for BLAST homology searches against either the "htgs" database or the "month" database, which includes all new submissions for the prior month. Unfinished HTG sequences containing contigs greater than 2 kb are assigned an accession number and deposited in the HTG division. A typical HTG record might consist of all the first-pass sequence data generated from a single cosmid, BAC, YAC, or P1 clone, which together make up more than 2 kb and contain one or more gaps. A single accession number is assigned to this collection of sequences, and each record includes a clear indication of the status (phase 1 or 2) plus a prominent warning that the sequence data are "unfinished" and may contain errors. The accession number does not change as sequence records are updated; only the most recent version of a HTG record remains in GenBank.
Other Name(s): HTG Sequence, HTG database, NCBI High-Throughput Genomic Sequences, High-Throughput Genomic Sequences, HTG GenBank Division
Parent Organization: Resource:National Center for Biotechnology Information
Related to: Resource:GenBank
Resource Type(s): Database, Data repository
Keywords: gap, gene, accession, arabidopsis, bac, biological, c. elegans, clone, contig, cosmid, dna, genomic, high-throughput, homology, homo sapiens, invertebrate, nematode, nucleotide, p1, plant, primate, sequence, structure, taxonomy, yac, Gold standard or authority, genome, sequence, Nucleotide sequence, DNA sequence, Nucleotide, DNA
Abbreviation: HTG Sequences, HTG Division
Resource: Resource
URL: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/HTGS/
PMID: PMID 9331365
Publication link: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/genbank/htgs/paper
Address: National Center for Biotechnology Information, National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland 20894 USA.
Id: nif-0000-20943
Organism: Arabidopsis, Human, Caenorhabditis elegans, Others
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Curation status: Curated

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Facts about Resource:High Throughput Genomic Sequences DivisionRDF feed
AbbrevHTG Sequences, HTG Division  +
AddressNational Center for Biotechnology Information  +, National Library of Medicine  +, National Institutes of Health  +, Bethesda  +, and Maryland 20894 USA.  +
CurationStatuscurated  +
DefiningCitationhttp://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/HTGS/  +
DefinitionDatabase of high-throughput genome sequenc Database of high-throughput genome sequences from large-scale genome sequencing centers, including unfinished and finished sequences. It was created to accommodate a growing need to make unfinished genomic sequence data rapidly available to the scientific community in a coordinated effort among the International Nucleotide Sequence databases, DDBJ, EMBL, and GenBank. Sequences are prepared for submission by using NCBI's software tools Sequin or tbl2asn. Each center has an FTP directory into which new or updated sequence files are placed. Sequence data in this division are available for BLAST homology searches against either the "htgs" database or the "month" database, which includes all new submissions for the prior month. Unfinished HTG sequences containing contigs greater than 2 kb are assigned an accession number and deposited in the HTG division. A typical HTG record might consist of all the first-pass sequence data generated from a single cosmid, BAC, YAC, or P1 clone, which together make up more than 2 kb and contain one or more gaps. A single accession number is assigned to this collection of sequences, and each record includes a clear indication of the status (phase 1 or 2) plus a prominent warning that the sequence data are "unfinished" and may contain errors. The accession number does not change as sequence records are updated; only the most recent version of a HTG record remains in GenBank. ersion of a HTG record remains in GenBank.
ExampleImageHTG Sequences.PNG  +
Has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.Resource  +
Has roleDatabase  +, and Data repository  +
Idnif-0000-20943  +
Is part ofResource:National Center for Biotechnology Information  +
KeywordsGap  +, Gene  +, Accession  +, Arabidopsis  +, Bac  +, Biological  +, C. elegans  +, Clone  +, Contig  +, Cosmid  +, Dna  +, Genomic  +, High-throughput  +, Homology  +, Homo sapiens  +, Invertebrate  +, Nematode  +, Nucleotide  +, P1  +, Plant  +, Primate  +, Sequence  +, Structure  +, Taxonomy  +, Yac  +, Gold standard or authority  +, Genome  +, Nucleotide sequence  +, DNA sequence  +, and DNA  +
LabelResource:High Throughput Genomic Sequences Division  +
ModifiedDate15 April 2013  +
PMID9331365  +
Page has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.Resource  +
PublicationLinkhttp://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/genbank/htgs/paper  +
RelatedToResource:GenBank  +
SpeciesArabidopsis  +, Human  +, Caenorhabditis elegans  +, and Others  +
SuperCategoryResource  +
SynonymHTG Sequence  +, HTG database  +, NCBI High-Throughput Genomic Sequences  +, High-Throughput Genomic Sequences  +, and HTG GenBank Division  +