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Info • Serpula lacrymans S7.9 v1.0
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Assembly v1.0 (December 2009): The assembly release version 1.0 of whole genome shotgun reads was constructed with Arachne, using paired end sequencing reads at an average coverage of ~8.01X. After trimming for vector and quality, 494,556 reads assembled into 46 main genome scaffolds totaling 42.8 MB. Roughly half of the genome is contained in 6 scaffolds all at least 2.9 MB in length.

Nuclear Genome Assembly: v1.0
Scaffold count: 46
All Contig count: 434
Scaffold sequence bases total: 42.8 Mb
Scaffolded (Large) Contig sequence bases total: 42.4 Mb
Estimated % sequence bases in gaps: 0.9%
Scaffold N50: 6.0 Mb
Contig N50: 0.6 Mb
Number of scaffolds > 50.0 Kb: 24
% in scaffolds > 50.0 Kb: 99.6%

Annotation v1.0 (December 2009) of the v1.0 assembly was produced by the JGI Annotation Pipeline, using a variety of homology-based and ab initio gene predictors. After filtering for EST support, completeness and homology support, a total of 12917 genes were structurally and functionally annotated.

Nuclear Genome Annotation: v1.0
# gene models: 12917
Gene density: 301.80 genes per Mbp scaffold
Ave.gene length: 1599.71 nt
Ave. protein length: 339.18 aa
Ave. exon frequency: 5.63 exons/gene
Ave. exon length: 222.22 nt
Ave. intron length: 77.19 nt
% complete gene models (with start and stop codons): 87%
% genes with homology support: 69%
% genes with Pfam domains: 42%


  • Daniel Eastwood,Warwick HRI, University of Warwick, Wellesbourne, UK.
  • Nils Hogberg, Department of Forest Mycology & Pathology, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, UPPSALA, Sweden.
  • Olaf Schmidt, Department of Wood Biology, University of Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany.


The work conducted by the U.S. Department of Energy Joint Genome Institute, a DOE Office of Science User Facility, is supported by the Office of Science of the U.S. Department of Energy under Contract No. DE-AC02-05CH11231.