Handroanthus impetiginosus - Reference Genome
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Genome Assembly
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Wednesday, November 1, 2017 - 10:29
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Citation for this data: Silva-Junior OBd; Grattapaglia D; Novaes E; Collevatti RG (2017): Genome assembly of the pink Ipê (Handroanthus impetiginosus, Bignoniaceae), a highly-valued ecologically keystone Neotropical timber forest tree. GigaScience Database.
The genome assembly covered 503.7Mb (N50=81,316 bp), 90.4% of the 557 Mbp genome, with 13,206 scaffolds. A repeat database with 1,508 sequences was developed allowing masking ~31% of the assembly. Depth of coverage indicated that consensus determination adequately removed haplotypes assembled separately due to the extensive heterozygosity of the species. Automatic gene prediction provided 31,688 structures and 35,479 mRNA transcripts, while external evidence supported a well-curated set of 28,603 high-confidence models (90% of total). Finally, we used the genomic sequence and the comprehensive gene content annotation to identify genes related to the production of specialized metabolites.
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