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Noyk ▴ 70

Where can I find the genomic GC content of fungal species? Thanks

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You will need to be more specific with your question: no two species will have exactly the same characteristics, GC content in particular.

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thanks.. i had a fungal genome sequence with GC content at 60%. I would like to see how does this compare to other fungus.

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Ian Simpson ▴ 960

The quick answer is that you can find the whole genome sequence for the organism of choice (assuming it has been sequenced) at NCBI and then click on the accession. For example http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/sites/entrez?Db=genome&Cmd=ShowDetailView&TermToSearch=5883, note the GC content has been calculated.

Alternatively you might want to take a look at this web page http://insilico.ehu.es/oligoweb/index2.php?m=all which lists a lot of genomes with their corresponding GC content. I guess you might not be quite so confident that this page is as up to date as the latest sequence entries at NCBI.

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