Currently, different sequencing platforms are used to generate plant genomes and no workflow has been properly developed to optimize time, cost, and assembly quality. We present LeafGo, a complete de novo plant genome workflow, that starts from tissue and produces genomes with modest laboratory and bioinformatic resources in approximately 7 days and using one long-read sequencing technology. LeafGo is optimized with ten different plant species, three of which are used to generate high-quality chromosome-level assemblies without any scaffolding technologies. Finally, we report the diploid genomes of Eucalyptus rudis and E. camaldulensis and the allotetraploid genome of Arachis hypogaea.
|Original language||English (US)|
|State||Published - Sep 4 2021|
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LeafGo - Eucalyptus and Peanut genome sequencing
Driguez, P. (Creator), Bougouffa, S. (Creator), Carty, K. (Creator), Putra, A. (Creator), Jabbari, K. (Creator), Reddy, M. P. (Creator), Soppe, R. W. O. (Creator), Cheung, M. S. (Creator), Fukasawa, Y. (Creator), Ermini, L. (Creator), Driguez, P. (Creator), Carty, K. (Creator) & Fukasawa, Y. (Creator), NCBI, Nov 5 2020