Summary
Publication
Jaillon, O., Aury, J. M., Noel, B., Policriti, A., Clepet, C., Casagrande, A., ... & Vezzi, A. (2007). The grapevine genome sequence suggests ancestral hexaploidization in major angiosperm phyla. nature, 449(7161), 463.
Name
Vitis vinifera - Reference Genome
Resource Type
Genome Assembly
Organism
Details
Program, Pipeline, Workflow or Method Name
GAZE
Program Version
n/a
Date Performed
Tuesday, August 11, 2020 - 13:53
Data Source
Description and Download
The grapevine PN40024 genotype was selected for sequencing. Originally derived from Pinot Noir, this genotype has been bred close to full homozygosity (estimated at about 93%) by successive selfings, permitting a high-quality whole-genome shotgun assembly. A total of 6.2 million end-reads were produced, representing an 8.4-fold coverage of the genome. The 8.4-fold draft sequence of the grapevine genome contains a set of 30,434 protein-coding genes (an average of 372 codons and 5 exons per gene). Protein-coding genes were predicted by combining ab initio models, V. vinifera complementary DNA alignments, and alignments of proteins and genomic DNA from other species. The V. vinifera PN40024 genome was sequenced with the use of a whole-genome shotgun strategy. All data were generated by paired-end sequencing of cloned inserts using Sanger technology on ABI3730xl sequencers.

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Source

Jaillon, O., Aury, J. M., Noel, B., Policriti, A., Clepet, C., Casagrande, A., ... & Vezzi, A. (2007). The grapevine genome sequence suggests ancestral hexaploidization in major angiosperm phyla nature, 449(7161), 463.
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