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Genome annotation ontologies | Genomic databases

Genome annotation ontologies | Genomic databases Genomic annotations are the focal point of sequencing, bioinformatics analysis, and molecular biology. They are the means by which we attach what we know about a genome to its sequence. Unfortunately, biological terminology is notoriously ambiguous; the same word is often used to describe more than one thing and there are many dialects. For example, does a coding sequence (CDS) contain the stop codon or is the stop codon part of the 3'-untranslated region (3' UTR)? There really is no right or wrong answer to such questions, but consistency is crucial when attempting to compare annotations from different sources, or even when comparing annotations performed by the same group over an extended period of time.
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