Colletotrichum lentis: CT30 Genome Assembly v1.0

Overview
Bhadauria V, MacLachlan R, Pozniak C, Cohen-Skalie A, Li L, Halliday J, Banniza S. Genetic map-guided genome assembly reveals a virulence-governing minichromosome in the lentil anthracnose pathogen Colletotrichum lentis. New Phytologist. 2019 Jan; 221(1):431-445.
Date Released
July 2018
Data Source
Source Name
: CT-30 (race 0)
Source URI
: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/bioproject/407672
Statistics
Assembly Genome Size
56.10 Mb
Number Of Scaffolds
50
Scaffold N50 length
4.89 Mb
Number Of Genes
11,436
The CT30 Genome Assembly v1.0 genome assembly will aid in determining the genetic control of virulence. The virulent race 0 was sequenced at 1481-fold genomic coverage which was assembled into 50 scaffolds with a total size of 56.10 Mb and an N50 scaffold length of 4.89 Mb. The assembly consists of 10 core and two minichromosomes ordered and oriented using a population (race 0 × race 1, n = 94 progeny isolates) sequencing‐based, high‐density (14 312 single nucleotide polymorphisms) genetic map.
Assembly Details
Workflow/Pipeline Name
SOAPdenovo2 (Luoet al., 2012)
Algorithm
SOAPdenovo2
Program Version
2
This release consists of three paired‐end libraries (insert sizes of 250, 300, 350 bp), two mate‐pair libraries (insert sizes of 5, 10 kb). The high‐quality HiSeq and MiSeq paired‐end reads were assembled into contigs using SOAPdenovo2 and the resulting contigs were anchored with a kmer of 81 using the mate‐pair reads.
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Bhadauria V, MacLachlan R, Pozniak C, Cohen-Skalie A, Li L, Halliday J, Banniza S. Genetic map-guided genome assembly reveals a virulence-governing minichromosome in the lentil anthracnose pathogen Colletotrichum lentis. New Phytologist. 2019 Jan; 221(1):431-445.