Information about assembly Zm-CML247-REFERENCE-PANZEA-1.1
(also known as CML247)
to learn about maize genome and gene model nomenclature rules.
Genome Sequencing Project Information
Genome assembly of tropical maize inbred line CML247. The genome is sequenced using Illumina HiSeq and MiSeq with depth of 130X. For CML247, also see http://www.maizegdb.org/data_center/stock?id=105100
High-resolution genetic mapping of maize pan-genome sequence anchors.
Lu F, Romay MC, Glaubitz JC, Bradbury PJ, Elshire RJ, Wang T, Li Y, Li Y, Semagn K, Zhang X, Hernandez AG, Mikel MA, Soifer I, Barad O, Buckler ES
At MaizeGDB DOI
Sequence service provider: Library Prep by University of Illinois / Sequenced by Cornell University Sequencing technologies: Illumina HiSeq2500, Illumina MiSeq Sequencing method: Illumina HiSeq2500, Illumina MiSeq
Assembly methods: DenovoMAGIC Construction of pseudomolecules: Scaffolds were ordered and oriented Scaffolds were aligned using the assembly Zm-B73-REFERENCE-GRAMENE-4.0.
The length of contig which takes the sum length (summing from longest to shortest contig) past 50% of the total assembly size.
How many contig are counted in reaching the N50 threshold.
A contig is a contiguous consensus sequence that is
derived from a collection of overlapping reads.
A scaffold is set of a ordered and orientated contigs
that are linked to one another by mate pairs of sequencing reads.
Yingping Jiao, Ware lab at CSHL
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