I am really enjoying OMA, I managed to run it on a set of species I am interested in. I really appreciate that I can download the cDNAs directly from the website.
However, for some of my proteins I would be interested in looking at regulation as well, and I would need the non-coding parts of the genome.
My question is: where can I find the exact genome release the orthology was built from?
If I take a look at one of my species it lists the following:
- UniProt identifier: SALA4
- NCBI Taxonomy ID: 454166
- DB Name: Salmonella agona (strain SL483) chromosome, complete sequence.
- DB Release: 16-DEC-2008 (Rel. 100, Last updated, Version 3)
The answer is probably very obvious, but I have not worked with this kind of information before.