On Jul 2, 7:03 pm, Thom Kaufman <kauf... from indiana.edu> wrote:
> Actually it meant "Computed Gene" This meaning became less obvious
> when the 11 additional species were sequenced and in order to
> distinguish their gene models from those of Dmel they were given
> different two letter codes e.g., D virilis = GJ###### and D erecta
>kauf... from indiana.edu>> On Jul 1, 2009, at 9:02 PM, Chris Jones wrote:
>> > In article <mailman.473.1245789583.21502.d... from net.bio.net>,
> > Francisco Useche <francisco.use... from gmail.com> wrote:
>> >> Hi,
>> >> Can anybody let me know the origin of the CG ids for drosophila? Do
> >> they come from another drosophila db or sequencing project?
>> >> Thanks,
> >> Francisco
>> > I believe it stands for "Celera Gene."
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As per an article which I read long before, CG is an ID for "Celera
Genome" the company which sequenced the genome. Rather anonymously, it
has become more commonly known as "Computed Gene".