The October 2004 frog (Xenopus tropicalis) whole genome shotgun (WGS) assembly version 3.0 was sequenced and assembled by the DOE Joint Genome Institute (JGI).
A genome position can be specified by the accession number of a sequenced genomic clone, an mRNA or EST, a chromosomal coordinate range, or keywords from the GenBank description of an mRNA. The following list provides examples of various types of position queries for the frog genome. See the User's Guide for more information.
|| Genome Browser Response:
|scaffold_3||Displays all of scaffold 3|
|scaffold_3:1-2000000||Displays first 2 million bases of scaffold_3|
|scaffold_3:100000+2000||Displays a region of scaffold_3 that spans 2000 bases, starting with position 100000|
|CR848332||Displays location of mRNA with GenBank accession CR848332|
|AL680330||Displays location of EST with GenBank accession AL680330|
|scaffold_1001.8||Displays location of Genscan gene prediction with identifier scaffold_1001.8|
|dazl||Lists dazl mRNAs|
|zinc finger||Lists zinc finger mRNAs|
|asashima||Lists mRNAs deposited by scientists named Asashima|
|Papalopulu,N.||Lists mRNAs deposited by co-author N. Papalopulu|
|Use this last format for author queries. Although GenBank requires the search format Papalopulu N, internally it uses the format Papalopulu,N..|
Assembly version 3.0 of WGS reads was constructed with the JGI assembler, Jazz, using paired end sequencing reads at a coverage of 7.4X. After trimming for vector and quality, 19.1 million reads assembled into 27,064 scaffolds totaling 1.63 Gbp. Roughly half the genome is contained in 392 scaffolds, each of at least 1.2 Mb in length. For more information about this assembly, see the JGI X. tropicalis website.
The xenTro1 sequence and annotation data can be downloaded from the UCSC Genome Browser FTP server or downloads page. These data have specific conditions for use.
Many thanks to JGI and the other institutions who contributed to the sequencing and mapping effort for this release. The xenTro1 annotation tracks were generated by UCSC and collaborators worldwide. See the credits page for a detailed list of the organizations and individuals who contributed to the success of this release.