So why did Nature publish a number of malaria parasite genomes that were not fully annotated and not chromosome length as they missed much of the sub-telomeric region:http://www.nature.com/ng/journal?

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Erica Pasini on Apr 13, 2017 • 1 answer
Axton Myles wrote that "The reason Nature journals insist upon annotated, chromosome-length reference assemblies preferably anchored to a linkage map is that these high quality genomes are more broadly useful to the scientific community", but this is not always the case. A number of malaria parasite genomes were published which did not fulfill the above requirement pointed out by Axton Myles

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Hi Erica,
Thanks for your follow up question. As mentioned previously, we cannot discuss individual papers in this way, but can let you know that all papers submitted to Nature are considered on the basis of scientific significance, and all published papers undergo robust, rigorous peer review. If you have specific concerns about a paper, please contact us directly by emailing nature@nature.com.

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Jill Adie on Jun 28, 2017