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Gene: a gene-centered information resource at NCBI.

Brown GR, Hem V, Katz KS, Ovetsky M, Wallin C, Ermolaeva O, Tolstoy I, Tatusova T, Pruitt KD, Maglott DR, Murphy TD - Nucleic Acids Res. (2014)

Bottom Line: Additional content is integrated based on the genomic location and RefSeq transcript and protein sequence data.The content of a Gene record represents the integration of curation and automated processing from RefSeq, collaborating model organism databases, consortia such as Gene Ontology, and other databases within NCBI.Records in Gene are assigned unique, tracked integers as identifiers.

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Affiliation: National Center for Biotechnology Information, National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD 20892-6510, USA.

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Genomic context section of the Full Report. The section for the human RBP4 gene is shown, with the sidebar collapsed. Information about the location of the gene on the current and previous annotation releases is provided in a table and includes links to NCBI's Assembly database. The graphic displays neighboring genes and their orientation, and each gene symbol links to the corresponding Gene record for easy navigation.
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Figure 3: Genomic context section of the Full Report. The section for the human RBP4 gene is shown, with the sidebar collapsed. Information about the location of the gene on the current and previous annotation releases is provided in a table and includes links to NCBI's Assembly database. The graphic displays neighboring genes and their orientation, and each gene symbol links to the corresponding Gene record for easy navigation.

Mentions: This section (Figure 3) provides the location, the number of exons (for eukaryotic taxa), and a graphic of neighboring genes. For genes annotated by NCBI's Eukaryotic Genome Annotation Pipeline (www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK169439/), the annotated location of a gene on the reference assembly is now conveniently displayed in table format, with a link to NCBI's Assembly database for more information. To facilitate working with previous assembly versions, the sequence coordinates from the last annotation of the previous assembly version may also be listed. The number of exons represents the union of distinct, non-overlapping exons annotated for all RefSeq transcripts of the gene. Information on the neighboring genes for all genomic placements can be obtained by following the ‘Gene neighbors’ link in the Related Information menu.


Gene: a gene-centered information resource at NCBI.

Brown GR, Hem V, Katz KS, Ovetsky M, Wallin C, Ermolaeva O, Tolstoy I, Tatusova T, Pruitt KD, Maglott DR, Murphy TD - Nucleic Acids Res. (2014)

Genomic context section of the Full Report. The section for the human RBP4 gene is shown, with the sidebar collapsed. Information about the location of the gene on the current and previous annotation releases is provided in a table and includes links to NCBI's Assembly database. The graphic displays neighboring genes and their orientation, and each gene symbol links to the corresponding Gene record for easy navigation.
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Figure 3: Genomic context section of the Full Report. The section for the human RBP4 gene is shown, with the sidebar collapsed. Information about the location of the gene on the current and previous annotation releases is provided in a table and includes links to NCBI's Assembly database. The graphic displays neighboring genes and their orientation, and each gene symbol links to the corresponding Gene record for easy navigation.
Mentions: This section (Figure 3) provides the location, the number of exons (for eukaryotic taxa), and a graphic of neighboring genes. For genes annotated by NCBI's Eukaryotic Genome Annotation Pipeline (www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK169439/), the annotated location of a gene on the reference assembly is now conveniently displayed in table format, with a link to NCBI's Assembly database for more information. To facilitate working with previous assembly versions, the sequence coordinates from the last annotation of the previous assembly version may also be listed. The number of exons represents the union of distinct, non-overlapping exons annotated for all RefSeq transcripts of the gene. Information on the neighboring genes for all genomic placements can be obtained by following the ‘Gene neighbors’ link in the Related Information menu.

Bottom Line: Additional content is integrated based on the genomic location and RefSeq transcript and protein sequence data.The content of a Gene record represents the integration of curation and automated processing from RefSeq, collaborating model organism databases, consortia such as Gene Ontology, and other databases within NCBI.Records in Gene are assigned unique, tracked integers as identifiers.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: National Center for Biotechnology Information, National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD 20892-6510, USA.

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Related in: MedlinePlus