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June 01, 2009
DOE JGI Releases Expanded Version of Phytozome.net: Clearinghouse for Comparative Plant Genomics Data
An enhanced version of Phytozome.net, a web portal for comparative plant genomics geared to advance biofuel, food, feed, and fiber research, has been released by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Joint Genome Institute (JGI).
Phytozome provides a central “hub” for web access to a rapidly growing number of plant genomes, and includes tools for visualization of plant genomes and associated annotations, sequence analysis, and bulk, as well as targeted, plant data retrieval. The gene families available in Phytozome, defined at several evolutionarily significant epochs, provide a framework for the transfer of functional information to important biofuel and agricultural crops from model plant systems, as well as allowing users to explore land plant evolution.
The 4.0 release of Phytozome now spans 14 plant genomes, including 8 that have been sequenced at the DOE JGI
Press Release - http://www.jgi.doe.gov/News/news_09_05_28.html
March 31, 2009
JGI have recently announced that the 8X sequencing & draft assembly for Agaricus bisporus (H97, lead homokaryon) is complete.
This assembly will now undergo a machine annotation with Igor Grigoriev’s JGI team (ca. 3-4 months). Draft assembly/annotation will then transfer to the community for hands-on detailed annotations (ca. 6 months). When these steps are complete, the Agaricus bisporus draft genome assembly and annotation will become publicly available via the JGI web portal, and both the assembly & annotation will be deposited in GenBank.
An extensive Agaricus bisporus U1 (H97 x H39 heterokaryon) EST data set has also been clustered to the genome.
Jeremy Schmutz of the JGI has provided an assembly report jgiupdate_8x_200903_blog.pdf
Library construction for the second homokaryon, Agaricus bisporus var. burnettii JB137-S8 is now in progress.
JGI project summaries http://snipurl.com/ex7l2
February 18, 2009
Thanks are due (again) to Rick Kerrigan and his team at Sylvan Inc. who have prepared and submitted gDNA of Agaricus bisporus var. burnettii JB137-S8 to the JGI. This second homokaryon will most likely be sequenced using Illumina-454 technologies when the lead homokaryotic H97 genome reaches 8x coverage.
Further information on the Agaricus bisporus strains being sequenced in the JGI project is available in our original proposal, which is available at http://www.warwick.ac.uk/go/agaricusgenome
January 28, 2009
Writing about web page http://www.jgi.doe.gov/meetings/usermtg09/index.html
The JGI have recently announced details of their 4th Annual User Meeting
U.S. Department of Energy / Joint Genome Institute (JGI)
Marriott Hotel in Walnut Creek, California. March 25-27, 2009
Significantly, the event includes a 'Eukaryotic Annotation Workshop' aimed at PIs and collaborators of eukaryotic projects with genomes annotated or expected for annotation in 2009, as well as new members of user communities interested in Community Annotation.
October 30, 2008
Andy Bailey has kindly drawn my attention to the online JGI annotation tutorial:
As our Agaricus bisporus sequencing project progresses, and with the promise of 4x sequence in Q1-2009, this is a probably a good time for genome novices (like myself) to get familiar with the JGI tools.
Other JGI-led training should take place as the project advances.
October 13, 2008
Agaricus bisporus Genome Sequencing - Project updates
[29 Sept 2008]
Warwick sequence database (ca 1700 seqs) sent to the JGI, these comprise
1-813 EMBL nucleotide database sequences related to Agaricus bisporus
814-1066 miscellaneous cDNA library sequences
1067-1513 SSH differential expression during mushroom development (vegetative mycelium to initials)
1517-1592 SSH infection (fungal pathogen) response genes
1592-1773 SSH infection (viral) response genes
[13 Oct 2008]
Many thanks to Dr. Jurriaan J. Mes (Agrotechnology and Food Sciences, Group Wageningen UR) who has kindly provided an additional data set of ca 1200 SSH sequences
PLEASE NOTE - There is still time to include additional data sets - interested parties with suitable data should contact me at their earliest convenience
September 26, 2008
The JGI are now calling for community EST’s (and other sequence, linkage, mapping related to H97) to support the forthcoming annotation effort.
JGI will be interested in any resources the community has to offer to aid in the annotation, e.g. ESTs, BAC libraries, physical and genetic maps.
http://snipurl.com/3uxgu-mpc [JGI Genomes]
*JGI News Update (Thu, 18 Sep 2008)*
The A. bisporus cDNA libs are in the 454 sequencing queue and JGI should have sequence within a couple weeks
The JGI can include external ESTs with their ESTs for clustering.
JGI need ESTs (not assembled consensus sequences) in fasta format with qual scores if available.
They would prefer that ESTs are vector and adaptor trimmed (and qual trimmed if no qual file is available).
The JGI will screen out rRNA and prokaryotic seqs (for Euk projects) and separate out organelle ESTs if available for this specific genus species.
If there are EST pairing information patterns in the read names they would like to know.
If you have any Agaricus bisporus data you might like to contribute to the project, please contact me at your earliest convenience
*PLEASE NOTE – all data will enter the public domain, the JGI will not separate ‘private ESTs’ *
September 05, 2008
The three Agaricus bisporus var. bisporus H97 sequencing libraries (3kb, 6-8kb & fosmids) have recently passed QC. H97 will now be scheduled for the ~4X checkpoint sequencing & assembly. The estimated time frame for the availability of the assembly from the 4X dataset is between Jan-Mar 2009.
Additionally, titration runs on three 454 EST libraries for Agaricus bisporus U1 are completed. All three samples passed QC and JGI will proceed with bulk runs.
July 16, 2008
Recent news from the JGI project manager:
The Agaricus bisporus H97 whole genome shotgun 3kb library has been constructed and passed QC. The 8 & 40kb gDNA libraries are also in construction.
Three EST libraries have been constructed from our RNA pools and are currently at QC production sequencing.
JGI will notify us when all three libraries for whole genome sequencing have passed QC and when to expect our 4X assembly.