I am writing a manuscript for a study that used the NCBI annotations for the chicken, cattle, and pig genomes. The analysis was performed over a year ago using the current annotations for those species, however they have all been updated on NCBI since. As far as I can tell the annotation release version is not indicated in these files, so I'm having trouble determining the versions for these annotations. I can't find a way to look at older versions of annotations or even a timetable of what version was released when so I can match the approximate date of download to the version that was current at that time. Is there any way I can find the versions of these annotations?
Question: How can I figure out the NCBI annotation version of a GFF file?
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colin.kern • 200
colin.kern • 200 wrote:
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