Data from: De novo genome assembly and annotation of rice sheath rot fungus Sarocladium oryzae reveals genes involved in Helvolic acid and Cerulenin biosynthesis pathways

Hittalmani S, Mahesh HB, Channappa M, Krishnareddy Prasannakumar M

Date Published: April 1, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.674p4

 

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Title WAG model of ML tree
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Description Based on orthoMCL clustering, 100 single copy ortholog gene groups from five fungal species were selected randomly and aligned separately using MUSCLE version 3.8.31 with default parameters. All hundred Multiple Sequence Alignments (MSA) were concatenated. Then, 1000 bootstrap replicates were performed using SEQBOOT program in Phylip package version 3.696. The maximum-likelihood tree was constructed by PhyML V3.1 (--datatype aa --model WAG --bootstrap 1000) with 1000 bootstrap replicates to infer phylogenetic relationship of Sarocladium oryzae in relation to other Ascomycetes fungi (Magnaporthe oryzae, Fusarium graminearum, Acremonium chrysogenum, and Fusarium oxysporum). The consensus tree constructed using CONSENSE in Phylip package.
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Hittalmani S, Mahesh HB, Channappa M, Krishnareddy Prasannakumar M (2016) De novo genome assembly and annotation of rice sheath rot fungus Sarocladium oryzae reveals genes involved in Helvolic acid and Cerulenin biosynthesis pathways. BMC Genomics 17: 271. http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/s12864-016-2599-0

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Hittalmani S, Mahesh HB, Channappa M, Krishnareddy Prasannakumar M (2016) Data from: De novo genome assembly and annotation of rice sheath rot fungus Sarocladium oryzae reveals genes involved in Helvolic acid and Cerulenin biosynthesis pathways. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.674p4
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