Consensus coding sequence (CCDS) database: a standardized set of human and mouse protein-coding regions supported by expert curation

@inproceedings{Pujar2018ConsensusCS,
  title={Consensus coding sequence (CCDS) database: a standardized set of human and mouse protein-coding regions supported by expert curation},
  author={Shashikant Pujar and Nuala A. O'Leary and Catherine M. Farrell and Jane Loveland and Jonathan M. Mudge and Craig Wallin and Carlos Garc{\'i}a-Gir{\'o}n and Mark Diekhans and If Barnes and Ruth Bennett and Andrew E. Berry and Eric Cox and Claire Davidson and Tamara Goldfarb and Jose M. Gonzalez and Toby Hunt and John Jackson and Vinita S. Joardar and Mike P. Kay and Vamsi K. Kodali and Fergal J. Martin and Monica McAndrews and Kelly M. McGarvey and Michael R. Murphy and Bhanu Rajput and Sanjida H. Rangwala and Lillian D. Riddick and Ruth L. Seal and Marie-Marthe Suner and David Webb and Sophia Zhu and Bronwen L. Aken and Elspeth A. Bruford and Carol J. Bult and Adam Frankish and Terence D. Murphy and Kim D. Pruitt},
  booktitle={Nucleic Acids Research},
  year={2018}
}
The Consensus Coding Sequence (CCDS) project provides a dataset of protein-coding regions that are identically annotated on the human and mouse reference genome assembly in genome annotations produced independently by NCBI and the Ensembl group at EMBL-EBI. This dataset is the product of an international collaboration that includes NCBI, Ensembl, HUGO Gene… CONTINUE READING