Last updated:2014.2.20.

ORIGIN

The sequence data starts from the next line of ORIGIN.

example
ORIGIN
        1 cccacgcgtc cggtcgcatc gcacttgtag ctctcgaccc ccgcatctca tccctcctct
       61 cgcttagttc agatcgaaat cgcaaatggc gaagattaag atcgggatca atgggttcgg
      121 gaggatcggg aggctcgtgg ccagggtggc cctgcagagc gacgacgtcg agctcgtcgc
      181 cgtcaacgac cccttcatca ccaccgacta catgacatac atgttcaagt atgacactgt
      241 gcacggccag tggaagcatc atgaggttaa ggtgaaggac tccaagaccc ttctcttcgg
      301 tgagaaggag gtcaccgtgt tcggctgcag gaaccctaag gagatcccat ggggtgagac
      361 tagcgctgag tttgttgtgg agtacactgg tgttttcact gacaaggaca aggccgttgc
      421 tcaacttaag ggtggtgcta agaaggtctg

Nucleotide sequence

The sequence is indicated as lower case letters, delimited by space per 10 bases, starts a new line by 60 bases.
The numbers described at left side of lines mean the ordinal number of the top base of the line.

example
ORIGIN
        1 cccacgcgtc cggtcgcatc gcacttgtag ctctcgaccc ccgcatctca tccctcctct
       61 cgcttagttc agatcgaaat cgcaaatggc gaagattaag atcgggatca atgggttcgg
      121 gaggatcggg aggctcgtgg ccagggtggc cctgcagagc gacgacgtcg agctcgtcgc
      181 cgtcaacgac cccttcatca ccaccgacta catgacatac atgttcaagt atgacactgt
      241 gcacggccag tggaagcatc atgaggttaa ggtgaaggac tccaagaccc ttctcttcgg
      301 tgagaaggag gtcaccgtgt tcggctgcag gaaccctaag gagatcccat ggggtgagac
      361 tagcgctgag tttgttgtgg agtacactgg tgttttcact gacaaggaca aggccgttgc
      421 tcaacttaag ggtggtgcta agaaggtctg
1 cccacgcgtc cggtcgcatc gcacttgtag ctctcgaccc ccgcatctca tccctcctct
-- the bases from 1st to 60th of the data
421 tcaacttaag ggtggtgcta agaaggtctg
-- the bases from 421st to 450th of the data

Nucleotide bases are indicated with IUPAC codes.
For RNA sequences, "u" is replaced by "t".
Modified bases can be described with modified_base feature.

Before your nucleotide sequence submission

In general, you have to exclude following sequences from your submission, except that you are to submit artificially constructed sequence such as expression vector.

  • The sequence derived from a vector.
  • The sequence derived from a linker and/or an adapter.
  • The sequence derived from primer that is designed by referring from the highly conserved region of which the real sequence is unknown.

We strongly recommend you to pass your sequence through VecScreen before your submission.
The screening will keep the quality of your data, as well as its usability.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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