This help document describes how to interpret the following fields on a sequence detail report.
|ID/Version||The primary and secondary (if they exist) sequence identifiers appear on the left. The ID is primary if it appears in boldface type; if the type face is not bold, it is a secondary ID. The name of the sequence provider appears beside the ID in parentheses, linked to the sequence detail report at the provider's web site. On the right is the provider's version number for the sequence. Sometimes this takes the form of the latest sequence or annotation update. If version information is missing, the provider did not supply it.|
|Typically, this is the information contained in the Definition or Description field of the provider's sequence record. If this field is blank, the provider did not supply the information. For genome assembly sequences, the coordinates, the chromosome, and the build number appear. The build number is from the most current NCBI assembly sequence.|
|Provider||Name of the sequence provider and sometimes the division (e.g., Rodent, High Throughput cDNA, High Throughput Genome, Patent, EST, STS, GSS) of origin. This sequence has been deleted from the provider database appears if the provider no longer has the sequence.|
|Sequence||Type and length of the sequence; amount of flanking sequence.|
Click the arrow to select/deselect and GO to activate. (If the sequence is marked as deleted, this option is not available.) The default is to download the file in FASTA format with no flanking sequence; a FASTA sequence file containing the selected sequence appears in your browser window. When you forward a sequence to MouseBLAST, it will appear on a MouseBLAST submission form.
|Source||All available sequence source attribute data (i.e., library, organism, strain/species, sex, age, tissue, cell line). For some sequence providers (e.g., UniProt, DoTS, NIA, DFCI) a link is available. If an asterisk follows a data item, it means that we could not map information from the provider to an item in our database. (Providers describe sequence attributes strains/species, tissues, libraries, clone collections, and so on in their reports. MGI captures these original values, converts them to MGI controlled vocabularies if possible, and stores them. Once captured, values are called resolved, and you can use them as search terms on the Mouse Sequence Query Form. If the original value is not resolved to a controlled vocabulary term, it does not produce results when queried upon, and the asterisk appears on your query report).|
|Chromosome||Chromosomal assignment of markers associated to the sequence.
|Type, Symbol (linked to the MGI Marker Detail report), Name, and the number of GO Terms, Expression Assays, Orthologs and Phenotypic Alleles annotated to the markers that the sequence is associated with.|
annotated to sequence
|For any probe/clone associated to the sequence, the following appear: Name (linked to its Molecular Probes and Clones detail report), Clone Collection, Clone ID, and Type (cDNA, DNA construct, genomic, mitochondrial, oligo, primer, Not specified). If the clone belongs to multiple clone collections, each appears on a separate line.|
|If a reference with an MGI number refers to a record from any of our sequence providers (GenBank/EMBL/DDBJ, RefSeq, UniProt, DFCI, DoTS, NIA Mouse Gene Index), the report displays all references in MGI associated with the sequence.|