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Microbial Genome Project List Available at GenBank

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BETHESDA, Md.--The National Center for Biotechnology Information at the National Library of Medicine here has made available a list of completed and ongoing microbial genome sequencing projects. The list, available from the GenBank Genome Division at http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmgifts/genomes/bact.html, includes 17 genomes already present in public databases, 6 genomes with annotation in progress, 12 completely sequenced but unassembled genomes, and 20 genomes with sequencing in progress. The page includes links to microbial sequencing projects maintained by the Institute for Genomic Research, Infobiogen, Nikos Kyrpides, and Terry Gaaster-land, as well as links to lists of projects at the Sanger Centre and those funded by the US Department of Energy.

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