Introduction to Bioinformatics II. Lecture 12 Expressed Sequence Tags By Ms. Shumaila Azam. Expressed Sequence Tags (ESTs). Unedited, short, single pass sequences generated from 5' or 3' end of randomly selected cDNA libraries in desired cells/tissues/organ.
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Expressed Sequence Tags
By Ms. ShumailaAzam
dbESTrelease 061507 (June, 2007) www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/dbEST/
43,396,096 ESTs from 659 different organisms
Homo sapiens (human) 8,119,106
Mus musculus (mouse) 4,850,243
Daniorerio (zebrafish) 1,350,105
Bostaurus (cattle) 1,318,208
Arabidopsis thaliana (thale cress) 1,276,692
Xenopus tropicalis 1,271,375
Oryzasativa (rice) 1,211,418
Zeamays (maize) 1,161,241
Triticumaestivum (wheat) 1,050,267