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Accession: PRJNA12553 ID: 12553

Mammalia (mammals)

Chimpanzee gene sequences were used in comparative genomics experiments with mouse and human

This group analyzed 7645 chimpanzee gene sequences. They compared these sequences with mouse and human orthologs and discovered several classes of genes that have undergone differential evolution between these species.

AccessionPRJNA12553
TypeUmbrella Comparative genomics project (Subtype:Comparative genomics)
OrganismMammalia[Taxonomy ID: 40674]
Eukaryota; Metazoa; Chordata; Craniata; Vertebrata; Euteleostomi; Mammalia
PublicationsClark AG et al., "Inferring nonneutral evolution from human-chimp-mouse orthologous gene trios.", Science, 2003 Dec 12;302(5652):1960-3
SubmissionRegistration date: 10-Aug-2004
Celera Genomics
Project Data:
Resource NameNumber
of Links
Sequence data
Nucleotide (total)87552
WGS master4
Genomic DNA22935
SRA Experiments538
Capillary Traces (Trace Archive)1
Protein Sequences109916
Publications
PubMed4
PMC1
Other datasets
BioSample6
PopSet7645
Assembly3
SRA Data Details
ParameterValue
Data volume, Gbases22
Data volume, Tbytes0.54
Mammalia encompasses the following 3 sub-projects:
Project TypeNumber of Projects
Genome sequencing
Highest level of assembly :
Chromosomes
No data links
Total

2
1
3
BioProject
accession
Assembly
level
OrganismTitle
PRJNA1431 ChromosomesHomo sapiensCelera Genomics WGS human genome sequencing project (Celera Genomics)
PRJNA11785 ChromosomesMus musculusCelera Genomics used whole genome shotgun sequencing to sequence the mouse genome (Celera Genomics)
PRJNA13698 No data linksPan troglodytesChimpanzee gene sequences were developed using PCR based on known human exons (Celera Genomics)

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