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Study Name: Pseudonaja textilis ERS2620126 genome sequencing

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GOLD Study ID Gs0143898
Study Name Pseudonaja textilis ERS2620126 genome sequencing
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SRA Study Id ERP110006  (Link to NCBI )
Study Title De novo whole genome sequencing of the eastern brown snake, Pseudonaja textilis.
Study Abstract The eastern brown snake, Pseudonaja textilis, has a potent venom and is one of the most deadly snakes in Australia. We have performed whole genome sequencing and de novo assembly of the eastern brown snake, using 10x Chromium linked reads. Supernova v2 assembly of the data generated a 1.59 Gb draft genome with a maximum scaffold size of 55.1 Mb, primary scaffold N50 of 14.7 Mb (2.47% gaps) and a primary scaffold BUSCO (v2.0.1 short) completeness estimate of 90.5% (brown snake). Pseudodiploid processing of the assembly generated non-redundant alternative scaffolds for 1.23 Gb (77.6%) of the assembly, with an N50 of 17.1 Mb (2.38% gaps).
  
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Last Modified By JGI automated process on 2019-09-06
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