Index of /download/gff/C_glabrata_CBS138
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C_glabrata_CBS138_current_features.gff 16-Jul-2017 07:07 4.9M
C_glabrata_CBS138_current_features_with_chromosome_sequences.gff.gz 16-Jul-2017 07:07 4.2M
C_glabrata_CBS138_current_intergenic.gff 16-Jul-2017 07:07 1.1M
C_glabrata_CBS138_version_s02-m07-r15_features.gff 16-Jul-2017 07:07 4.9M
C_glabrata_CBS138_version_s02-m07-r15_features_with_chromosome_sequences.gff.gz 16-Jul-2017 07:07 4.2M
C_glabrata_CBS138_version_s02-m07-r15_intergenic.gff 16-Jul-2017 07:07 1.1M
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This directory contains the downloadable CGD files in the Generic
Feature Format (GFF). These files describe features in CGD, including
chromosomes, ORFs, CDSs, introns, sequence gaps, intergenic regions, etc.
Please see http://www.sequenceontology.org/gff3.shtml for a detailed description
of the Generic Feature Format (GFF).
The notation "version_sXX-mYY-rZZ" in the filenames indicates the genome version
to which data in the file corresponds. Detailed explanation about the genome
version notation can be found at: http://www.candidagenome.org/help/SequenceHelp.shtml#versions
Information pertaining to each version update for C. glabrata CBS138 can be found at:
GFF files with "current" in their names are provided as stable filenames for
automated downloads. They are identical to (technically, symbolic links to) the
corresponding versioned files.
GFF files for previous genome versions are available in the archive sub-directory.
The following files are updated weekly:
This file contains the current CGD annotation of the C. glabrata genome sequence.
This file contains the current CGD annotation and the current genomic sequence
of all chromosomes of the genome sequence. The annotations in this file and the
previous file are the same. The chromosome sequences are specified
in the "##FASTA" section at the end of this file according to GFF3 file format
specifications (see http://www.sequenceontology.org/gff3.shtml).
This file lists the intergenic regions between coding regions in the
chromosomes. This file also contains lengths of these intergenic sequences
and GC and AT content of each intergenic region (percent GC and percent AT).