Difference between fCDS and CDS
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Prashant ▴ 10

I was checking for annotations in the MaGe - Genome Browser (https://mage.genoscope.cns.fr/microscope/mage/viewer.php?) and came across the term "fCDS". Can anyone please explain me the difference between fCDS and CDS? I already know what is CDS. Not sure about fCDS.

Thanks in advance.

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Juke34 ★ 5.8k

This means fragmented CDS. It is missing either the beginning (with start codon) or the End (with stop codon) or both of the CDS. I do not know if it is officially accepted in sequence ontology.

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Don't think it is accepted by sequence ontology.

It's called CDS_fragment it seems: http://www.sequenceontology.org/browser/current_release/term/SO:0001384

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Thanks Juke34 and lieven.sterck. I will check the sequence ontology for more details.

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