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n. ~ A number or code assigned to uniquely identify a group of records or materials acquired by a repository and used to link the materials to associated records. Notes:  Access numbers may consist o [..]
Source: www2.archivists.org

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This refers to the unique GenBank identifier assigned to a sequence. This number can be used to search Genbank records for a specific sequence.
Source: yeastgenome.org

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A unique number assigned to a bibliographic item in the order in which it is added to a library collection, recorded in an accession record maintained by the technical services department. Most librar [..]
Source: abc-clio.com

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Related to electronic submission of applications, the Accession number is the Agency tracking number provided for the application after Agency validations.
Source: grants.nih.gov

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A unique designation assigned to a micro-organism when it is submitted to an internationally recognized culture collection. The accession number can also be an experimental or proprietary designation.
Source: chemicalsubstanceschimiques.gc.ca

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1) a number or code that identifies an archived library resource; 2) an inventory number assigned to each item in a library's collection. Usually sequentially assigned as the item is added. Typically in the form yyyy-nnnnn, in which the year of acquisition precedes the sequential number.
Source: oclc.org

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The unique identifier assigned to new sequence information submitted to a major database.
Source: dddmag.com

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