I am using the table2asn and a gff3 to create a .sqn file for a eukaryote genome. And I got this warning (for all of the genes):
After uploading the sqn file to the NCBI, it is considered a FATAL error, and the feedback from the NCBI is not the best (inexistent).
This is the only warning I get, and according to the manual, this warning is related to the genetic code (default=prokaryote) used for the annotation and, it can be ignored if the genome is from a eukaryote
(apparently, it can't be).
If I use the
-j "[gcode=1]" (standard code), the warning disappears during the .sqn construction (It confirms the warning is related to the genetic code more than an annotation/format error). However, the "FATAL ERROR" persists after the processing by the NCBI.