Eutherian comparative genomic analysis protocol
The eutherian genomics momentum greatly advanced biology and medicine. Nevertheless, future revisions and updates of eutherian genomic sequence data sets were expected, due to potential genomic sequence errors and incompleteness of genomic sequences. The eutherian comparative genomic analysis protocol was established as guidance in protection against potential genomic sequence errors in public eutherian genomic sequence assemblies. The protocol revised, updated and published 12 major eutherian gene data sets, including 1853 complete coding sequences deposited in European Nucleotide Archive as curated third party data gene data sets under accession numbers: FR734011-FR734074, HF564658-HF564785, HF564786-HF564815, HG328835-HG329089, HG426065-HG426183, HG931734-HG931849, LM644135-LM644234, LN874312-LN874522, LT548096-LT548244, LT631550-LT631670, LT962964-LT963174 and LT990249-LT990597.
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