Index of /download/sequence/C_albicans_SC5314/Assembly21/archive

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[PARENTDIR] Parent Directory - [   ] C_albicans_SC5314_version_A21-s02-m09-r10_not_feature.fasta.gz 2022-01-04 12:41 1.6M [   ] C_albicans_SC5314_version_A21-s02-m09-r10_orf_coding.fasta.gz 2022-01-04 12:41 3.3M [   ] C_albicans_SC5314_version_A21-s02-m09-r10_orf_genomic.fasta.gz 2022-01-04 12:41 3.3M [   ] C_albicans_SC5314_version_A21-s02-m09-r10_orf_genomic_1000.fasta.gz 2022-01-04 12:41 7.1M [   ] C_albicans_SC5314_version_A21-s02-m09-r10_orf_plus_intergenic.fasta.gz 2022-01-04 12:41 6.4M [   ] C_albicans_SC5314_version_A21-s02-m09-r10_other_features_genomic.fasta.gz 2022-01-04 12:41 145K [   ] C_albicans_SC5314_version_A21-s02-m09-r10_other_features_plus_intergenic.fasta.gz 2022-01-04 12:41 406K

This directory contains archived Candida albicans SC5314 Assembly 21 (A21) sequences.
Production of A21 by the A21 collaborators is described in van Het Hoog et
al., 2007:

This directory contains all previous versions of the Assembly 21
sequence files.  The sequences are checked for changes weekly and a new
file is added whenever there has been a change to information contained
in the file (please note: updates to information other than sequence,
such as the gene descriptions contained in FASTA header lines,
will cause a new version of the file to be archived).  The genome
version or the date of the update is included in the filename.

A note about dates and archival files: The "Last modified" date
corresponds to the date that the file was written to the "current"
directory.  For archival files that have a date-based filename (the
old file naming system that was in place before the version-based
naming system was implemented), the date in the filename corresponds
to the date that the file was moved to the "archive" directory.

All files are in FASTA format and are gzip compressed. There are
several freely available software options for decompressing gzipped
files using Windows.  The software and other useful information is
available on these web sites:
- WinZip (
- Stuffit (
- Gzip (
and the gzip user's manual:

Additional sequence documentation is found on the CGD web site at: