Genes Galore: A Summary of Methods for Accessing Results from Large-Scale Partial Sequencing of Anonymous Arabidopsis cDNA Clones

@inproceedings{Newman1994GenesGA,
  title={Genes Galore: A Summary of Methods for Accessing Results from Large-Scale Partial Sequencing of Anonymous Arabidopsis cDNA Clones},
  author={Thomas Newman and Frans J. de Bruijn and Phil Green and Kenneth Keegstra and H. J. Kende and L. Mcintosh and John B. Ohlrogge and N. V. Raikhel and Shauna C Somerville and Michael F Thomashow and Ernest F. Retzel and Chris R. Somerville},
  booktitle={Plant physiology},
  year={1994}
}
High-throughput automated partial sequencing of anonymous cDNA clones provides a method to survey the repertoire of expressed genes from an organism. Comparison of the coding capacity of these expressed sequence tags (ESTs) with the sequences in the public data bases results in assignment of putative function to a significant proportion of the ESTs. Thus, the more than 13,400 plant ESTs that are currently available provide a new resource that will facilitate progress in many areas of plant… Expand
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