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  • How to tell that a sequence on NCBI’s nucleotide database is of a “type strain”

    Hi,


    I’ve gotten the task to download 16S nucleotide sequences from NCBI that we collect in a database so we can use them as reference sequences. This part doesn’t seem to be a problem so far.


    However, I’ve also gotten the instructions that the sequences must be of a “type strain”. My question is if there is any way to identify that an entrance is of a type strain or not. Is there any information under any of the parameters that indicates that the sequence is of a type strain?


    Thank you!

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