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GenBank is the world's largest nucleotide archive containing sequences from all branches of life. The archive is a foundation for medical and biological discovery.
Submit assembled SARS-CoV-2, Influenza, Norovirus, Dengue virus, rRNA, rRNA-ITS, metazoan COX1, Eukaryotic nuclear mRNA sequences.
Submit genomic DNA, organelle, ncRNA, plasmids, other viruses, phages, mRNA, synthetic constructs.
Submit assembled eukaryotic and prokaryotic genomes (WGS or Complete).
Sequence Read Archive (SRA)
SRA is the largest publicly-available repository of high throughput sequencing data. The archive accepts data from all branches of life as well as metagenomic and environmental surveys.
Submit unassembled, high throughput sequencing reads
Sequence Submission FAQ
An accession number in bioinformatics is a unique identifier given to a DNA or protein sequence record to allow for tracking of different versions of that sequence record and the associated sequence over time in a single data repository. Because of its relative stability, accession numbers can be utilized as foreign keys for referring to a sequence object, but not necessarily to a unique sequence. All sequence information repositories implement the concept of "accession number" but might do so with subtle variation.
Please read the NLM GenBank and SRA Data Processing document which describes how sequence data are processed and made available to the public, responsibilities of the data submitter, responsibilities of NCBI, and defines data status. You may write to firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions about your submitted data or if you have questions about the document.
Medical Genetics & Variation Tools
Submit clinical data, small & large human genomics variants, and genotype & phenotype data.