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Sequence resources at the Candida Genome Database

By Martha B. Arnaud, Maria C. Costanzo, Marek S. Skrzypek, Prachi Shah, Gail Binkley, Christopher Lane, Stuart R. Miyasato and Gavin Sherlock

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The Candida Genome Database (CGD, ) contains a curated collection of genomic information and community resources for researchers who are interested in the molecular biology of the opportunistic pathogen Candida albicans. With the recent release of a new assembly of the C.albicans genome, Assembly 20, C.albicans genomics has entered a new era. Although the C.albicans genome assembly continues to undergo refinement, multiple assemblies and gene nomenclatures will remain in widespread use by the research community. CGD has now taken on the responsibility of maintaining the most up-to-date version of the genome sequence by providing the data from this new assembly alongside the data from the previous assemblies, as well as any future corrections and refinements. In this database update, we describe the sequence information available for C.albicans, the sequence information contained in CGD, and the tools for sequence retrieval, analysis and comparison that CGD provides. CGD is freely accessible at and CGD curators may be contacted by email at candida-curator@genome.stanford.edu

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Publisher: Oxford University Press
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