If you are not sure to which category your sequence data should be submitted, see followings;
If you still have any question, please contact us from contact form by selecting the item, "Data Submission".
Select from following two ways.
In general, we recommend to use DDBJ Nucleotide Sequence Submission System
In cases of, large number of sequences, many features, and/or long sequences, MSS is more useful.
In general, you can submit amino acid sequences by describing CDS feature for your nucleotide sequences.
However, DDBJ does not accept amino acid sequences only, i.e. without any nucleotide sequences.
In that case, please submit to UniProt, directly.
You can submit amino acid sequences to UniProt through SPIN.
Please contact to email@example.com.
DDBJ can not accept only assembled EST sequences. However, DDBJ can accept EST assembled sequences as TSA with original (i.e. before assemble) sequence data. See also Data Submission form Transcriptome Project.
When original sequence data (primary entries) are generated from Next Generation Sequencers, submit to DDBJ sequence Read Archive (DRA), from traditional sequencers, submit as EST via Mass Submission System (MSS).
Then, DDBJ can accept assembled sequences (both de novo and reference mapping) as TSA through MSS.
See Categories for Sequence Data.
Please submit raw reads generated from Next Generation Sequencers to DDBJ sequence Read Archive.
See also Data Submission from Genome Project or Data Submission from Transcriptome Project.
Please submit assembled sequences through Mass Submission System, if necessary.
Please submit raw reads of sequence-based expression data to DDBJ Sequence Read Archive.
At DDBJ, we do not provide any official services to accept SNV, CGH analysis, microarray, variation and so on.
We assume that you can submit your data at NCBI or EBI.
Please submit to some of followings. If you have any questions, please ask each database, directly.
If your data are derived from human subjects, it may be required to submit your data to either of following controlled access databases.
The database of Genotypes and Phenotypes (dbGaP)
European Genome-phenome Archive (EGA)
Japanese Genotype-phenotype Archive (JGA)