Vaccinium myrtillus isolate NK2018 v1.0 genome sequence

Genome Overview
Analysis NameVaccinium myrtillus isolate NK2018 v1.0 genome sequence
MethodIllumina, Oxford Nanopore (Assembly with Shasta v0.2.0)
SourceNew Zealand Institute for Plant and Food Research Limited
Date performed2021-03-10

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NCBI Assembly Accession: GCA_016920895.1

NCBI Bioproject Accession: PRJNA672146

Citation: Wu,C., Deng,C., Hilario,E., Albert,N., Lafferty,D., Plunkett,B., Elborough,C., Saei,A., Jaakola,L., Karppinen,K., Grande,A., Kylli,R., Allan,A., Espley,R. and Chagne,D. 2021. A chromosome-scale assembly of the bilberry genome identifies a complex locus controlling berry anthocyanin composition.  Molecular Ecology Resources, DOI 10.1111/1755-0998.13467

The assembly and annotation files loaded into GDV were provided by the authors and match the data submitted to NCBI.

 

Genome Assembly Summary:

Total size 524,292,997
Number of scaffolds 1,418
Scaffold N50 37,643,989
BUSCO score (assembly) 97.6%
BUSCO score (annotation) 95.1%
Properties
Additional information about this analysis:
Property NameValue
JBrowse URLhttps://www.vaccinium.org/jbrowse/index.html?data=data%2FBilberry%2FV_myrtillus_NK2018_v1&
Analysis Typewhole_genome
Downloads

All the files below are also available on the GDV Data Repository.

V. myrtillus genome, v1.0 assembly files:

Homology Analysis:

The protein homolog searches were performed using BLAST (e-value cutoff of 1e-6) and the Swissprot and TrEMBL protein databases by the Main Bioinformatics Lab.  Results were parsed into an Excel format.