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Assembled genome databases | Genome annotation

A genome assembly is the specific set of nucleotide sequences used to represent an organism's genome. Multiple sequencing groups may produce different genome assemblies for the same organism and any one group may release different versions of an assembly as they generate more sequence data, close gaps, correct misassemblies or make other improvements to the assembly. Source text: Kitts et al., 2015.

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