Spurred by the expected avalanche of data from new high-throughput sequencers, two groups have created separate but complementary sets of guidelines, or checklists, for describing sequencing experiments detailed enough to be compared and reproduced.
Earlier this month, participants of a recent workshop organized by the Microarray and Gene Expression Data Society posted online a draft of MINSEQE, or Minimum Information about a high-throughput Nucleotide SeQuencing Experiment.

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