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Gene annotation of Linum tenue

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posted on 2024-05-13, 08:31 authored by Marco FracassettiMarco Fracassetti, Tanja SlotteTanja Slotte, Juanita Gutiérrez-Valencia, Panagiotis-Ioannis Zervakis, Zoé Postel, Aleksandra Losvik, Sara Mehrabi, Ignas Bunikis, Lucile Soler, P. William HughesP. William Hughes, Aurélie DésamoréAurélie Désamoré, Benjamin LaenenBenjamin Laenen, Mohamed Abdelaziz, Olga Vinnere Pettersson, Juan Arroyo
The file contains the gene annotation of Linum tenue genome.

The genome has been deposited to ENA with the accession id: GCA_946122785 (Project PRJEB52918). See link below.

The gene annotation has been done with MAKER (https://www.yandell-lab.org/software/maker.html) by NBIS. The genes contained in the S-locus region has been manually annotated using StringTie (https://ccb.jhu.edu/software/stringtie/) and TransDecoder (https://github.com/TransDecoder/).

It is part of this article: Gutiérrez-Valencia, J., Zervakis, P. I., Postel, Z., Fracassetti, M., Losvik, A., Mehrabi, S., ... & Slotte, T. (2024). Genetic causes and genomic consequences of breakdown of distyly in Linum trigynum. Molecular Biology and Evolution, msae087. https://doi.org/10.1093/molbev/msae087


Funding

Supergene evolution in a classic plant system - bringing the study of distyly into the genomic era

European Research Council

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The role of structural variation for the origin and evolution of a classic supergene

Swedish Research Council

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Stockholm University

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  • Bioinformatics platform (NBIS)
  • National Genomics Infrastructure unit

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