Prairie rattlesnake (Crotalus viridis) genome assembly and annotation

Published on by Drew Schield
This repository contains the genome assembly for the prairie rattlesnake (Crotalus viridis), along with gene and repeat annotations in GFF format, and transcript and protein sequence files in fasta format. If you use these materials in your research, please cite the original paper: Schield, D.R., D.C. Card, N.M. Hales, B.W. Perry, G.I.M. Pasquesi, H. Blackmon, R.H. Adams, A.B. Corbin, C.F. Smith, B. Ramesh, J.P. Demuth, E. Betran, M. Tollis, J.M. Meik, S.P. Mackessy and T.A. Castoe. 2019. The origins and evolution of chromosomes, dosage compensation, and mechanisms underlying venom regulation in snakes. Genome Research 29: 590-601. Link: [https://genome.cshlp.org/content/29/4/590]

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Systematics, introgression, and adaptation in Western Rattlesnakes: a model system for studying gene flow, selection, and speciationDirectorate for Biological SciencesFind out more...

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