DDBJ released human genome data submitted by the Sakaki (RIKEN/Univ. of Tokyo) and the Shimizu (Keio Univ) teams as of September 13.
This time the Sakaki team submitted data of 60 clones from chromosomes 11 and 21 (AP000431-AP000490) and the Shimizu team submitted those of 7 clones from chromosome 8 (AP000424-AP000430).The total number of bases for the 67 clones together is about 7.3 Mb.This means that the Japanese Human Genome Groups have submitted and released through DDBJ about 25.3 Mb in total in the past year.