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 Plasmid sequences are able to be deposited in a number of different repositories. Plasmid sequences are able to be deposited in a number of different repositories.
  
-**Most Suitable Repositories**\\ +**Most Suitable Repositories ​for Plasmid metadata**\\ 
-Information about relevant plasmids can be deposited in a number of different repositories. ​[[https://​zenodo.org/​login/?​next=%2Fdeposit|Zenodo]],​ [[https://​www.addgene.org/​depositing/​start-deposit/​|AddGene]],​ [[https://​www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/​genbank/​submit_types/​|GenBank]],​ [[https://​deposit-1.wwpdb.org/​|Protein Data Bank]].\\+ ​[[https://​zenodo.org/​login/?​next=%2Fdeposit|Zenodo]],​ [[https://​www.addgene.org/​depositing/​start-deposit/​|AddGene]],​ [[https://​www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/​genbank/​submit_types/​|GenBank]],​ [[https://​deposit-1.wwpdb.org/​|Protein Data Bank]].\\
  
 **Best practice for indicating re-use of existing data:**\\ **Best practice for indicating re-use of existing data:**\\
-If the plasmid is being re-used, there should be an associated [[https://​www.rrids.org/​|RRID]] which should be cited in text or a table of reagents.+If the plasmid is being re-used, there should be an associated [[https://​www.rrids.org/​|RRID]] ​with the previously shared information ​which should be cited in text or a table of reagents.
  
 **Best Practices for sharing re-use of existing data**\\ **Best Practices for sharing re-use of existing data**\\
 Provide associated RRIDs. Provide associated RRIDs.
data_type/lab_materials/plasmid.txt · Last modified: 2022/07/08 05:37 by souad