DRA/BioProject Submission Manual
BioProject video tutorial
Registration for a BioProject accession is encouraged in the following cases.
- projects that result in a very large volume of data submissions
- submissions from multiple members of a collaboration
- submissions to multiple archival databases
Registration for a BioProject accession is discouraged in the following cases:
- small datasets for which the results are found in one (or a small number) of accession numbers such as a single plasmid, viral or organelle genome sequencing study
A BioProject ID is required for microbial and eukaryotic genomes submissions to the DDBJ. Necessary information for project submission is explained in the Project Information page. If you obtain a BioProject ID from DDBJ, please submit your related biological data to the DDBJ, Sequence Read Archive and Trace Archive.
Having a submission account.Login to the submission account and submit your project online.
Having no submission account.Please obtain a D-way account according to the D-way Submission Account Manual. After obtaining your account, login to the submission account and submit your project online.
A temporary ID starts with ‘PSUB’ is automatically assigned to a submitted BioProject. Until an official accession number will be issued, the submitted project is referenced by this ID. After reviewing process, the DDBJ BioProject issues accession numbers with prefix PRJD to the completed data. You can view status and accession numbers of submitted projects in your submission account.
Do NOT cite a temporary ID starts with PSUB in references.
In DDBJ records, you can cite the BioProject IDs issued by EBI and NCBI.
Do not double submit the projects which have beed registered to EBI and NCBI.
You can submit an umbrella project from submission account in the same way as primary project. To remind the DDBJ BioProject team, you need to enter “this is an umbrella project” in the Private comments to DDBJ staff. Registered umbrella project cannot be kept private.