Genome sequence changes

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Genome sequence changes

The C. elegans canonical genome is often revised to fix sequencing errors or to make modifications to the assembly.

See the following for details of how to convert coordinates of genomic objects between releases.

Here is a summary table of the number of changes and the largest region of the genome affected by a change in each release:

Release Number of changes Largest change (bases)
WS100 7 1
WS102 1 9416
WS104 1 1
WS109 1 6
WS113 1 4419
WS118 50 198
WS119 22 3118
WS120 21 3118
WS123 27 71
WS126 3 15
WS127 7 6
WS140 1 1
WS141 4 8133
WS142 5 39969
WS146 1 1
WS150 6 1
WS153 1 2783
WS159 5 357
WS163 2 54
WS168 1 1
WS169 14 21
WS177 6 1
WS179 2 1
WS180 1 172
WS186 2 1
WS189 9 1
WS194 3 1
WS197 2 4634
WS201 4 7
WS202 2 1
WS215 145 161