Insights into the evolution of symbiosis gene copy number and distribution from a chromosome-scale Lotus japonicus Gifu genome sequence

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Insights into the evolution of symbiosis gene copy number and distribution from a chromosome-scale Lotus japonicus Gifu genome sequence. / Kamal, Nadia; Mun, Terry; Reid, Dugald; Lin, Jie-Shun; Akyol, Turgut Yigit; Sandal, Niels; Asp, Torben; Hirakawa, Hideki; Stougaard, Jens; Mayer, Klaus F X; Sato, Shusei; Andersen, Stig Uggerhøj.

I: D N A Research, Bind 27, Nr. 3, dsaa015, 07.2020.

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title = "Insights into the evolution of symbiosis gene copy number and distribution from a chromosome-scale Lotus japonicus Gifu genome sequence",
abstract = "AIM: Lotus japonicus is a herbaceous perennial legume that has been used extensively as a genetically tractable model system for deciphering the molecular genetics of symbiotic nitrogen fixation. Our aim is to improve the L. japonicus reference genome sequence, which has so far been based on Sanger and Illumina sequencing reads from the L. japonicus accession MG-20 and contained a large fraction of unanchored contigs.METHODS AND RESULTS: Here, we use long PacBio reads from L. japonicus Gifu combined with Hi-C data and new high-density genetic maps to generate a high-quality chromosome-scale reference genome assembly for L. japonicus. The assembly comprises 554 megabases of which 549 were assigned to six pseudomolecules that appear complete with telomeric repeats at their extremes and large centromeric regions with low gene density.CONCLUSION AND PERSPECTIVES: The new L. japonicus Gifu reference genome and associated expression data represent valuable resources for legume functional and comparative genomics. Here, we provide a first example by showing that the symbiotic islands recently described in Medicago truncatula do not appear to be conserved in L. japonicus.",
author = "Nadia Kamal and Terry Mun and Dugald Reid and Jie-Shun Lin and Akyol, {Turgut Yigit} and Niels Sandal and Torben Asp and Hideki Hirakawa and Jens Stougaard and Mayer, {Klaus F X} and Shusei Sato and Andersen, {Stig Uggerh{\o}j}",
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month = jul,
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language = "English",
volume = "27",
journal = "D N A Research",
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T1 - Insights into the evolution of symbiosis gene copy number and distribution from a chromosome-scale Lotus japonicus Gifu genome sequence

AU - Kamal, Nadia

AU - Mun, Terry

AU - Reid, Dugald

AU - Lin, Jie-Shun

AU - Akyol, Turgut Yigit

AU - Sandal, Niels

AU - Asp, Torben

AU - Hirakawa, Hideki

AU - Stougaard, Jens

AU - Mayer, Klaus F X

AU - Sato, Shusei

AU - Andersen, Stig Uggerhøj

N1 - © The Author(s) 2020. Published by Oxford University Press on behalf of Kazusa DNA Research Institute.

PY - 2020/7

Y1 - 2020/7

N2 - AIM: Lotus japonicus is a herbaceous perennial legume that has been used extensively as a genetically tractable model system for deciphering the molecular genetics of symbiotic nitrogen fixation. Our aim is to improve the L. japonicus reference genome sequence, which has so far been based on Sanger and Illumina sequencing reads from the L. japonicus accession MG-20 and contained a large fraction of unanchored contigs.METHODS AND RESULTS: Here, we use long PacBio reads from L. japonicus Gifu combined with Hi-C data and new high-density genetic maps to generate a high-quality chromosome-scale reference genome assembly for L. japonicus. The assembly comprises 554 megabases of which 549 were assigned to six pseudomolecules that appear complete with telomeric repeats at their extremes and large centromeric regions with low gene density.CONCLUSION AND PERSPECTIVES: The new L. japonicus Gifu reference genome and associated expression data represent valuable resources for legume functional and comparative genomics. Here, we provide a first example by showing that the symbiotic islands recently described in Medicago truncatula do not appear to be conserved in L. japonicus.

AB - AIM: Lotus japonicus is a herbaceous perennial legume that has been used extensively as a genetically tractable model system for deciphering the molecular genetics of symbiotic nitrogen fixation. Our aim is to improve the L. japonicus reference genome sequence, which has so far been based on Sanger and Illumina sequencing reads from the L. japonicus accession MG-20 and contained a large fraction of unanchored contigs.METHODS AND RESULTS: Here, we use long PacBio reads from L. japonicus Gifu combined with Hi-C data and new high-density genetic maps to generate a high-quality chromosome-scale reference genome assembly for L. japonicus. The assembly comprises 554 megabases of which 549 were assigned to six pseudomolecules that appear complete with telomeric repeats at their extremes and large centromeric regions with low gene density.CONCLUSION AND PERSPECTIVES: The new L. japonicus Gifu reference genome and associated expression data represent valuable resources for legume functional and comparative genomics. Here, we provide a first example by showing that the symbiotic islands recently described in Medicago truncatula do not appear to be conserved in L. japonicus.

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DO - 10.1093/dnares/dsaa015

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VL - 27

JO - D N A Research

JF - D N A Research

SN - 1340-2838

IS - 3

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