Australian Organism Collection

NamePlasmodium sp.
Synonyms Emoia Longicauda
Rankspecies
DescriptionThis data collection contains all currently published nucleotide (DNA/RNA) and protein sequences from the Australian dwelling organism Plasmodium sp., commonly known as Emoia Longicauda. The nucleotide (DNA/RNA) and protein sequences have been sourced through the European Nucleotide Archive (ENA) and Universal Protein Resource (UniProt), databases that contains comprehensive sets of nucleotide (DNA/RNA) and protein sequences from all organisms that have been published by the International Research Community. The identification of the species Plasmodium sp. as an Australian dwelling organism has been achieved by accessing the Australian Plant Census (APC) or Australian Faunal Directory (AFD) through the Atlas of Living Australia.
Collection Content Last UpdatedJanuary 2014
Number of EBI Records4622
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QFAB on behalf of the EMBL Australia Mirror of the EMBL-EBI
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EBI Data for Species



  • DNA Records: The first 100 DNA records for this species are displayed. Other records (total: 2634) can be viewed at EBI
  • All available protein records are displayed
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Accession Number Sequence Header EBI Database View in EBI
N0BIX3 SubName: Full=Cytochrome b; Flags: Fragment; Uniprot Go to EBI
* Note: Records were retrieved in October 2012. The number of records listed on this page may not match those currently found with the EBI databases, as records are constantly being added. The records displayed here have also undergone additional filtering.