compares a nucleotide query sequence translated in all reading frames against a protein sequence database.
compares a protein query sequence against a nucleotide sequence database dynamically translated in all reading frames.
The file contains 16 EG5 chromosome (genetic scaffold) and 40,056 P5 scaffold sequences. The EG5 chromosomes resulted from a comparison of the P5-build to T128 and P2 genetic maps. The remaining P5 scaffolds that were not incorporated into the EG5 chromosomes were also included.
The file contains a scaffold sequences from the E. oleifera O8-build.
The file contains of scaffold sequences from the pisifera P5-build.
Thirty transcriptome libraries were constructed and sequenced using Roche 454, of which 22 were from E. guineensis and 8 from E. oleifera. The E. guineensis and E. oleifera libraries were assembled independently using Newbler.
A predicted nucleotide sequences (Version 2) of pisifera P5-build that had similarity to known proteins in RefSeq.
A predicted amino acid sequences (Version 2) of pisifera p5-build that had similarity to known genes in RefSeq.
Genomic DNA from Dura palms were used to create the BACs. The BAC clones were pooled into 4 pools (BAC9, BAC10, BAC11 & BAC12)and sequenced using 454. Each BAC pool was assembled separately and manually finished.
This is a contig and singlets of assembled reads from E. guineensis genomic libraries
This is a contig and singlets of assembled reads from E. oleifera genomic libraries.
This is a nucleotide sequences of the predicted genes from the E. guineensis and E. oleifera contigs.
A sequence in FASTA format begins with a single-line description, followed by lines of sequence data. The description line is distinguished from the sequence data by a greater-than (">") symbol in the first column. An example sequence in FASTA format is:
For those programs that use amino acid query sequences (BLASTP and TBLASTN), the accepted amino acid codes are:
The statistical significance threshold for reporting matches against database sequences; the default value is 10, such that 10 matches are expected to be found merely by chance, according to the stochastic model of Karlin and Altschul (1990). If the statistical significance ascribed to a match is greater than the EXPECT threshold, the match will not be reported. Lower EXPECT thresholds are more stringent, leading to fewer chance matches being reported. Fractional values are acceptable. (See parameter E in the BLAST Manual).