Vector Contamination List

At PlantGDB, efforts are undertaken to identify and remove all contaminant DNA so that a clean dataset is made available to researchers. Here, we use the Vmatch program (with options -l 50 -identity 90) to screen EST sequences against UniVec for vector contaminations as well as against E. coli genomes for bacterial sequences contaminations. The table lists the individual contaminated sequence. (Return to Vector Contamination menu)

Sequence ID Organism Sequence Type Contamination Type
195217820Actinidia_argutaESTVector
195274809Actinidia_argutaESTVector
195219541Actinidia_argutaESTVector
195278796Actinidia_argutaESTVector
195297784Actinidia_argutaESTVector
195295183Actinidia_argutaESTVector
195301621Actinidia_argutaESTVector
195300776Actinidia_argutaESTVector
195244187Actinidia_argutaESTVector
195244721Actinidia_argutaESTVector
195244722Actinidia_argutaESTVector
195245780Actinidia_argutaESTVector
195288711Actinidia_argutaESTVector
195292416Actinidia_argutaESTVector
195292420Actinidia_argutaESTVector
195322294Actinidia_argutaESTVector
195262983Actinidia_argutaESTVector
195264851Actinidia_argutaESTVector
195323551Actinidia_argutaESTVector
195260438Actinidia_argutaESTVector
195298949Actinidia_argutaESTVector
195224783Actinidia_argutaESTVector
195313596Actinidia_argutaESTVector
195275108Actinidia_argutaESTVector
195320083Actinidia_argutaESTVector
195201304Actinidia_argutaESTVector
195305815Actinidia_argutaESTVector
195211826Actinidia_argutaESTVector
195212999Actinidia_argutaESTVector
195255722Actinidia_argutaESTVector

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