Check out the frequently asked questions.
A1. You may have more than one experiment per samples.
SAMPLE is a record of biological isolate with unique physical properties.
Please refer to the KoNA Guide for detailed descriptions and guideline.
EXPERIMENT is a unique sequencing result for a specific sample.
A2. In the KoNA Metatdata template, EXPERIMENT is represented by a combination of library + strategy + layout + instrument model and corresponds to one row in the table.
Please refer to the KoNA Metadata Overview for better understanding of KoNA data organization.
A1. We recommend using the BioProject accession (KAP#) in publications.
A BioProject is an umbrella for all data submitted to the NCBI for a given study.
Each BioProject can be associated with more than one submission in KoNA. After you have
successfully completed your submission, the KoNA will send an email notification with the BioProject accession.