20 UK isolates sequenced and submitted by The Genome Analysis Centre

The Contributors

Mark McMullan, Matt Clark, Louisa Williamson, James Lipscombe, Rachel Piddock, Fiore Cugliandolo, Fiona Fraser, Tom Barker, Mario Caccamo
The Genome Analysis Centre, Norwich

Summary

Hymenoscyphus pseudoalbidus (Chalara fraxinea) were isolated from across Great Britain and sent to TGAC by the The Food and Environment Research Agency (FERA). FERA purified DNA from each isolate which was sent to TGAC, where it was QC’d, libraries constructed and finally sequenced on a HiSeq2500 (150bp) paired end run. The 20 isolates were sequenced over two lanes (20 isolates per lane) to an average of ~50x depth per isolate.
Following are the 20 isolates
FERA_cc086
FERA_cc087
FERA_cc088
FERA_cc095
FERA_cc096
FERA_cc097
FERA_cc099
FERA_cc101
FERA_cc105
FERA_cc106
FERA_cc107
FERA_cc108
FERA_cc111
FERA_cc113
FERA_cc118
FERA_cc119
FERA_cc121
FERA_cc133
FERA_cc134
FERA_cc139

and their sequence information is available at OADB github

Downstream analyses (genome assembly, phylogenies and selection analyses) have been done at TGAC (MM).
These analyses await data from European isolates sequenced in Edinburgh.