[GET-dev] Re: Latest draft

Alexander Wait Zaranek awaitz at post.harvard.edu
Mon May 31 18:06:03 EDT 2010

This story should go into the "discussion" section of the variant
page, perhaps, with a link to the GET-Dev archives.   I wonder if we
should make the archives public.   I'm already starting to think that
we should just go with Wikipedia's defaults and move to a public list?


On Mon, May 31, 2010 at 6:04 PM, Madeleine Price Ball
<meprice at fas.harvard.edu> wrote:
>> Re: bug 22, this is a problem beyond our control. dbSNP (via the link
>> you sent me) agrees with Trait-o-matic and labels rs3798220 as I1891M.
>> This is based on NP_005568.2. As noted in that file,
>> "Depending on the individual, the encoded protein contains 2-43 copies
>> of kringle-type domains. The allele represented here contains 15
>> copies of the kringle-type repeats and corresponds to that found in
>> the reference genome sequence. [provided by RefSeq]. Sequence Note:
>> This gene is highly polymorphic in length and number of exons due to
>> variation in the number of kringle IV-2 repeats which vary from 2-43
>> copies among individuals. This RefSeq record was created from the
>> reference genome assembly based on the exon representation found in
>> DQ452068.1 whose sequence is consistent with the reference genome
>> sequence, and includes 15 copies of the kringle IV-2 repeats."
> Thanks for tracking down and clarifying bug 22! I'm sorry I didn't
> trust the system more. I guess it helps to learn these stories so in
> the future we're familiar with how it can break (I already knew about
> leader peptides, so I was prepared to see a shorter literature
> position, not longer).
>  -- Madeleine
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