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Old 03-03-2015, 12:59 PM   #1
anuj2054
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Default What is the difference between the GEO database and TSA database in genbank ?

In NCBI, we have TSA database which is a trancriptome shotgun assembly database and we also have a GEO database which is a gene expression omnibus database. I have looked through the docs for both these databases but i am still confused about their difference. Since GEO takes high throughput sequences, doesnt it replicate TSA or does TSA replicate GEO ?
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