General feature format is an actively used text data format created in 2006. The general feature format (gene-finding format, generic feature format, GFF) is a file format used for describing genes and other features of DNA, RNA and protein sequences. The filename extension associated with such files is .GFF and the content type associated with them is text/x-gff3. There are two versions of the GFF file format in general use: General Feature Format Version 2.2 especially in its GTF variant Generic Feature Format Version 3 (Sequence Ontology Project)Servers that generate this format: Clients that use this format:. Read more on Wikipedia...
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- General feature format first appeared in 2006
- See also: vcf-format
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Last updated October 14th, 2019