This directory contains the Nov. 2005 freeze of the D. yakuba genome
(droYak2) produced by the Genome Sequencing Center at Washington
University School of Medicine in St. Louis.
Files included in this directory:
- chr*.fa.gz: compressed FASTA sequence of each chromosome.
Repeats (from RepeatMasker and Tandem Repeat Finder)
are in lower case while non-repeating sequence is in upper case.
RepeatMasker Nov. 2005 (open-3-1-2) version with RepBase libraries:
RepBase Update 9.11, RM database version 20050112
- md5sum.txt: checksums of files in this directory.
If you plan to download a large file or multiple files from this
directory, we recommend that you use ftp rather than downloading the
files via our website. To do so, ftp to hgdownload.cse.ucsc.edu, then
go to the directory goldenPath/droYak2/chromosomes. To download multiple
files, use the "mget" command:
mget <filename1> <filename2> ...
- or -
mget -a (to download all the files in the directory)
The D. yakuba sequence is made freely available before scientific
publication by The Genome Sequencing Center, WUSTL School of Medicine with
the following understanding:
1. The data may be freely downloaded, used in analyses, and repackaged in
2. Users are free to use the data in scientific papers analyzing particular
genes and regions if the providers of these data (Genome Sequencing
Center, WUSTL School of Medicine) are properly acknowledged.
3. The Drosophila yakuba analysis group is aiming to publish an initial
analysis of the D. yakuba genome sequence in 2005 (submitted in early
2005) that will include descriptions of the assembly, genome landscape,
comparative analysis and initial gene content. People who would like to
coordinate other genome-wide analysis with this work should contact
Richard K. Wilson, Genome Sequencing Center Director, Washington
University School of Medicine. We welcome a coordinated approach to
describing this community resource.
4. Any redistribution of the data should carry this notice.
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