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GenBank release 185.0 is available here via FTP from the National Center for Biotechnology Information. It contains data as of Aug. 14, 2011. The new release comprises approximately 131 gigabases of data from 142 million entries of non-whole genome sequencing, non-CON sequences and around 208 gigabases from 65 million entries from whole-genome sequences. Uncompressed, the release 185.0 flatfiles require around 511 gigabases.

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