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[DIR] Parent Directory - [   ] CGD_GO_genespring_format.tab 27-Mar-2017 03:00 2.0M [TXT] C_albicans_codon_usage.tab 02-Feb-2009 10:53 4.0K [   ] EMBL.tar.gz 03-Jun-2015 14:47 13M [   ] orf6_long_desc_plus_GO.txt.gz 26-Mar-2017 18:51 564K [   ] orf6_short_desc.txt.gz 26-Mar-2017 18:51 171K

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Codon usage table for Candida albicans SC5314 Assembly 21

This table was produced with the GCG program CodonFrequency using the
orf_coding_assembly21.fasta.gz file dated 20-Sep-2007.


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orf6_short_desc.txt.gz
orf6_long_desc_plus_GO.txt.gz

The orf6_short_desc.txt and orf6_long_desc_plus_GO.txt files contain
basic information about C. albicans SC5314 genes in CGD.  
These files are updated on a weekly basis.

The contents of each file are as follows:

File orf6_short_desc.txt:

Column 1 : orf6 identifier 
Column 2 : orf19 identifier 
Column 3 : Gene name, if there is one 
Column 4 : Description from CGD Locus page, truncated at the first
semi-colon

File orf6_long_desc_plus_GO.txt:

Column 1 : orf6 identifier 
Column 2 : orf19 identifier 
Column 3 : Gene name, if there is one 
Column 4 : Description from CGD Locus page 
Column 5 : Biological process GO annotations, joined by '||' 
Column 6 : Cellular component GO annotations, joined by '||' 
Column 6 : Molecular function GO annotations, joined by '||'


The files are gzip compressed tab-delimited text files.  There are
several freely available software options for decompressing gzipped
files using Windows.  The software and other useful information is
available on these web sites:

- WinZip (http://www.winzip.com/) - Stuffit (http://www.stuffit.com/) -
Gzip (http://www.gzip.org/

and the gzip user's manual:
http://www.math.utah.edu/docs/info/gzip_toc.html

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CGD_GO_genespring_format.tab

File containing curated Gene Ontology information from the multispecies CGD gene_association
file (see http://www.candidagenome.org/download/go/gene_association_README.txt)
in a format for use with GeneSpring software
(http://www.chem.agilent.com/scripts/pds.asp?lpage=27881).  

This file is updated on a weekly basis.

The first column contains the systematic name, and
the second column contains a pipe-delimited list of GOIDs.