Example sentences for: dbest

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  • Sequence production and dbEST submission

  • The evidence datasets used included: gene prediction based on Genie [ 20] and GENSCAN [ 21]; Sim4 alignments to EST and full-insert cDNA sequencing reads derived from the BDGP cDNA project [ 29, 30], the earlier analysis of the Adh region [ 44], and dbEST (for example [ 16]); FlyBase ARGS [ 1]; GenBank/EMBL/DDBJ entries identified as Drosophila cDNA sequences [ 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11] and error report submissions to FlyBase [ 1, 2]; and BLASTX protein homology data.

  • For instance, the Meloidogyne search included all dbEST sequences in the 'other nematode' set, resulting in matches for 61% of all clusters, whereas the Brugia search used only protein sequences in GenBank and saw matches in only around 12% of cases.

  • The exon index is an integrated table generated by a Sybase relational database, consisting of chromosome number, fingerprinted contig (FPC) ID, FPC contig order, BAC contig ID, BAC contig order, BAC contig orientation, starting position of exon on BAC contig, end position of exon on BAC contig, exon orientation, transcript orientation (available from GenBank, IMAGE, UniGene, HINT and dbEST), evidence (transcript, protein, gene prediction, ORF, Pfam), database name (Table 1), feature (poly(A) signal, CpG island, Genscan boundary), starting position on exon (or feature), end position on exon (or feature), score (BlastN, BlastX).

  • Meloidogyne sequences from NCBI dbEST ( M. incognita , M. javanica and M. hapla sequences, named NMi, NMj, and NMh respectively) were translated in six frames and individually compared to conceptual six-phase translations of the C. elegans and Drosophila genomes as well as all available bacterial sequences.

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