Data Release Conditions

These pre-publication data are preliminary and may contain errors. By accessing these data, you agree not to publish any articles containing analyses of genes or genomic data on a whole genome or chromosome scale for A. arenosa and A. suecica prior to publication by the Polyploidy Group of a comprehensive data analysis on these species. These restrictions will be lifted on publication of whole genome structure and responses for these species. During this waiting period, the data will be available for any kind of publication that does not compete directly with these planned publications (e.g. reserved analyses) of the Polyploidy Group. The P.I. Luca Comai is the point of contact and arbiter regarding publication plans. 

Reserved analyses include the identification of complete (whole genome) sets of genomic features such as genes, gene families, regulatory elements, repeat structures, GC content, etc., and whole-genome comparisons of regions of evolutionary conservation or change. Studies of any type on the reserved data sets that are not in direct competition with those planned by this group and its collaborators may also be undertaken following an agreement to that effect. Interested parties are encouraged to contact Luca Comai to discuss such possibilities.

If these data are used for publication, the following acknowledgment should be included: “These sequence data were produced by the The Functional Genomics of Plant Polyploidy group”.

The data may be freely downloaded and used by all who respect the restrictions in the previous paragraphs. While still in waiting period status, the contigs should not be redistributed or repackaged without permission. Any redistribution of the data during this period should carry this notice: “The Functional Genomics of Plant Polyploidy group provides these data in good faith, but makes no warranty, expressed or implied, nor assumes any legal liability or responsibility for any purpose for which the data are used.” Once moved to unreserved status, the data are freely available for any subsequent use.

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