All files listed in the table are available on our HTTP server in the section Download.

 Saccharopolyspora erythraea NRRL23338

Genomic nucleotide sequence Nucleotide sequences of the coding regions Translation of the coding sequences EMBL features ORF BLASTP results (to be viewed from ARTEMIS)
Chromosome
FastA[8.0 MB]
FastA (.gz)[2.3 MB]
FastA[7.3 MB]
FastA (.gz)[2.2 MB]
FastA[2.8 MB]
FastA (.gz)[1.6 MB]
EMBL (*.tab)[7.3 MB]
EMBL (*.tab.gz)[775 KB]
NCBI_NRbalstp (.tar.gz)[231 B]
KEGGbalstp2 (.tar.gz)[2.0 kB]


All BLAST results

PS: In order to have access to all annotation data, I recommend using Artemis 9 for viewing it. Please put the S. erythraea genome DNA sequence file and the EMBL features file (*.tab) into a folder and extract the compressed blast results archives into the same folder, preserving the relative pathways - you should get subfolders blastp and blastp2 in the folder with sequence and tab files. As for windows users, for file handling I recommend using WinRar and FAR.

Once you have prepared all the files, you can try opening them in Artemis. Remember to load the sequence file first (select all files, if you can't see it first), than go to File->Read an entry and load the annotation (features) data itself from the *.tab file. The blastp results can be accessed by pressing [Ctrl+B] and [Ctrl+F] after selecting the appropriate CDS. If you have Java Webstart installed, than you can launch Artemis from here, without installing it first.

Also, please note, that M$ Windows XP Home edition has maximum file limit of the 16384 files per folder, and it will cause problems when extracting segmented blastx results, since they contain about 18250 files in one folder (450 bp. per segment). In this case the annotation in general will be still usable, but there will be no blastX results for the last MB of chromosome.