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Dear Neurospora scientists,
Recently we discovered an issue with the way locus tags were assigned
to our most recent Neurospora gene set, released publicly on the Broad
website in June of 2010. Many genes in this gene set have mismatched
locus numbers compared to the same genes released in February 2010.
Adding to the confusion, both releases were labeled version 4.
To remedy this we have recalled the June locus numbers and released a
new, version 5 gene set. Genes in this set have been numbered to
preserve historical locus numbers (back to the original genbank
release) as much as possible.
Folks who call their favorite genes by their v1, v2 or v3 numbers can
search for them on our web page, which will map them to v5
automatically and accurately. The same will work for most v4 numbers.
Unfortunately, 863 genes have different locus tags in the two v4
releases. If you search for one of them, you will get two hits - the
v5 gene that the February edition mapped to, and the v5 gene that the
June edition mapped to.
Two examples to clarify:
A. Suppose you search for NCU11713.4 on our web page. This query will
retrieve two genes, NCU11688.5 and NCU11713.5. The gene which in the
February release was called NCU11713.4 is the same as NCU11688.5,
while the gene labeled NCU11713.4 in June is the same as NCU11713.5.
B. Searching for NCU11324.4 yields but one hit because that gene, like
most genes, was consistently numbered between the two releases labeled
If you are not sure when you downloaded your genes, the following may
help. If you see any of these locus numbers in your gene set:
NCU00129.4, NCU00457.4, NCU00499.4, NCU00556.4, NCU00627.4,
NCU00685.4, NCU00768.4, NCU00856.4, NCU00986.4, NCU01064.4,
NCU01065.4, NCU01282.4, NCU01299.4, NCU01300.4, NCU01483.4,
NCU01559.4, NCU01560.4, NCU01610.4, NCU01611.4, NCU01664.4,
NCU01665.4, NCU01871.4, NCU01903.4, NCU02200.4, NCU02259.4,
NCU02666.4, NCU02758.4, NCU02837.4, NCU02998.4, NCU03047.4,
NCU03206.4, NCU03773.4, NCU04239.4, NCU04240.4, NCU04518.4,
NCU04519.4, NCU04710.4, NCU04711.4, NCU05275.4, NCU05512.4,
NCU05776.4, NCU06013.4, NCU06370.4, NCU06732.4, NCU07107.4,
NCU07259.4, NCU07260.4, NCU07301.4, NCU07405.4, NCU07856.4,
NCU07857.4, NCU08090.4, NCU08182.4, NCU08323.4, NCU08332.4,
NCU09085.4, NCU09256.4, NCU09257.4, NCU09998.4, NCU10166.4,
NCU10574.4, NCU11040.4, NCU11240.4, NCU11253.4, NCU11376.4,
then your genes are from the February 2010 gene set. However, if you see
NCU00082.4, NCU00083.4, NCU00084.4, NCU00085.4, NCU00516.4,
NCU01819.4, NCU04299.4, NCU04300.4, NCU04301.4, NCU04302.4,
NCU04303.4, NCU04304.4, NCU04305.4, NCU05000.4, NCU05111.4,
NCU05112.4, NCU05113.4, NCU05114.4, NCU05115.4, NCU05116.4,
NCU05448.4, NCU05452.4, NCU06667.4, NCU07323.4, NCU09066.4,
NCU10179.4, NCU10301.4, NCU10379.4, NCU10383.4, NCU10753.4,
NCU10866.4, NCU10914.4, NCU11068.4, NCU11182.4, NCU12157.4,
NCU12158.4, NCU12159.4, NCU12160.4, NCU12161.4, NCU12162.4,
NCU12163.4, NCU12164.4, NCU12165.4, NCU12166.4, NCU12167.4,
NCU12168.4, NCU12169.4, NCU12170.4, NCU12171.4, NCU12172.4,
NCU12173.4, NCU12174.4, NCU12175.4, NCU12176.4, NCU12177.4,
NCU12178.4, NCU12179.4, NCU12180.4, NCU12181.4, NCU12182.4,
NCU12183.4, NCU12184.4, NCU12185.4, NCU12186.4, NCU12187.4, NCU12188.4
then your genes are from the June 2010 release.
Attached please find five mapping tables which can be used to migrate
locus numbers from any of the previous releases to the latest version
5 locus tags.
We apologize for any confusion this may cause.
The Broad Institute