[BiO BB] RefSeq coverage?

Siddhartha Basu basu at pharm.sunysb.edu
Mon Oct 30 16:00:09 EST 2006

Ethan Strauss wrote:
> Hi, 
> 	Does any one know what sort of coverage RefSeq has for various
> species? If I have an arbitrary human mRNA, I feel pretty sure that it
> will be represented in the RNA section of RefSeq. I also would feel OK
> about E. coli, mouse, rat C. elegans and a few others. But, I don't know
> about dog, cow, rice, soybean and so forth. I would love a listing that
> had something that listed coverage info for DNA, RNA, and proteins for
> various species.
> Does anything like this exist? 
> Thanks!
> Ethan

Go to the taxonomy browser and search for your species of interest. For 
example, this page gives the coverage for dog.........

Hope this helps.


> Ethan Strauss Ph.D.
> Bioinformatics Scientist
> Promega Corporation
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