Provides publicly available nucleotide sequences for formally described species. GenBank is a comprehensive public database of nucleotide sequences. It also supports bibliographic and biological annotations. The sequences are obtained primarily through submissions from individual laboratories and batch submissions from large-scale sequencing projects, including whole genome shotgun and environmental sampling projects.
Throughout my undergraduate degree in molecular biology, I have always used Genbank as a key tool in my research. It was through him that I was able to develop my jobs that would otherwise be impossible. Currently in my research, I use to deposit sequences generated by Sanger or NSG, the administrators have always been very friendly helping in every step. I can affirm that in the area of Virology, where the strains change at any moment, the deposit and access to an immense database of genetic data is of extreme importance in the policies of control and prevention of such agents.
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