JCVI: Experimental Annotation of Post-translational Features and Translated Coding Regions In the Pathogen Salmonella Typhimurium.
 
 
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Ansong C, ToliÄ"¡ N, Purvine SO, Porwollik S, Jones M, Yoon H, Payne SH, Martin JL, Burnet MC, Monroe ME, Venepally P, Smith RD, Peterson SN, Heffron F, McClelland M, Adkins JN

Experimental Annotation of Post-translational Features and Translated Coding Regions In the Pathogen Salmonella Typhimurium.

BMC genomics. 2011 Mar 01; 12: 433.

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Abstract

Complete and accurate genome annotation is crucial for comprehensive and systematic studies of biological systems. However, determining protein-coding genes for most new genomes is almost completely performed by inference using computational predictions with significant documented error rates (> 15%). Furthermore, gene prediction programs provide no information on biologically important post-translational processing events critical for protein function.