Data Release Policy
Data Release Policy - Sequenced indexed insertion mutant database Policy on use of preliminary Arabidopsis insertion sequence information
We requested that users include this reference (below) in publications
describing the use of Salk lines obtained from ABRC or NASC.
We requested that users include this reference (below) in publications describing the use of SSP cDNA ORF cl
ones obtained from ABRC
The Salk Institute Genomic Analysis Laboratory (SIGnAL) releases data very rapidly to ensure that our scientific colleagues have access to information that may assist them in the search for the biological function of genes. Data releases do not constitute scientific publication, but rather provide investigators with information that may kick-start biological experimentation. Users of this information are encouraged to share their results with SIGnAL in order to improve annotation of the full-length cDNA and/or insertion mutant sequence data. Until publication, the data or information may contain errors or be incomplete and should be regarded as preliminary.
SIGnAL asks that you acknowledge the source of information obtained from this site in any publication by including the following sentences in the Materials and Methods and Acknowledgement sections respectively: "Insertion mutant information was obtained from the SIGnAL website at http://signal.salk.edu". "We thank the Salk Institute Genomic Analysis Laboratory for providing the sequence-indexed Arabidopsis TDNA insertion mutants or full-length cDNA/ORF clones. Importantly, we also request that you include the accession number (Salk_xxxxxx, Uxxxxx, Cxxxx, Sxxxx) in all publications that describe mutants obtained from our laboratory. We also ask that you include the following text in the Acknowledgements: "Funding for the SIGnAL indexed insertion mutant collection (or cDNA/ORFeome collection) was provided by the "National Science Foundation".
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