1001 Arabidopsis Genomes Effort Hones Assembly, Annotation, Analysis Strategies to Capture Diversity | GenomeWeb

By Andrea Anderson

Research teams affiliated with the international 1001 Arabidopsis Genomes project are relying on whole-genome re-sequencing of carefully selected strains of Arabidopsis thaliana — combined with RNA sequencing, partial de novo assembly, and re-annotation, in some cases — to get a handle on the model plant's genetic and geographic diversity.

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