The NCBI RefSeq Genes composite track shows 19 Feb 2020 Acipenser ruthenus/GCF_010645085.1_ASM1064508v1 protein-coding and non-protein-coding genes taken from the NCBI RNA reference sequences collection (RefSeq). All subtracks use coordinates provided by RefSeq. See the Methods section for more details about how the different tracks were created.
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The RefSeq All, RefSeq Curated and RefSeq Predicted, tracks follow the display conventions for gene prediction tracks. The color shading indicates the level of review the RefSeq record has undergone: predicted (light), provisional (medium), or reviewed (dark), as defined by RefSeq.
|Color||Level of review|
|Reviewed: the RefSeq record has been reviewed by NCBI staff or by a collaborator. The NCBI review process includes assessing available sequence data and the literature. Some RefSeq records may incorporate expanded sequence and annotation information.|
|Provisional: the RefSeq record has not yet been subject to individual review. The initial sequence-to-gene association has been established by outside collaborators or NCBI staff.|
|Predicted: the RefSeq record has not yet been subject to individual review, and some aspect of the RefSeq record is predicted.|
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The RefSeq annotation and RefSeq RNA alignment tracks
were created at UCSC using data from the NCBI RefSeq project. GFF format
data files were downloaded from the file GCF_010645085.1_ASM1064508v1_genomic.gff.gz
delivered with the NCBI RefSeq genome assemblies at the FTP location:
ftp://ftp.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/genomes/all/GCF/010/645/085/GCF_010645085.1_ASM1064508v1/ The GFF file was converted to the genePred and PSL table formats for display in the Genome Browser. Information about the NCBI annotation pipeline can be found here.
Total genome size: 1,830,501,248 bases
Curated and Predicted Gene count: 73,251
Bases in these genes: 931,330,660
Percent genome coverage: % 50.878
Curated gene count: 13
Bases in curated genes: 11,412
Percent genome coverage: % 0.001
Predicted gene count: 73,238
Bases in genes: 931,319,248
Percent genome coverage: % 50.878
Other annotation count: 5,695
Bases in other annotations: 30,601,214
Percent genome coverage: % 1.672
This track was produced at UCSC from data generated by scientists worldwide and curated by the NCBI RefSeq project.
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