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AAHB00000000.1 Trypanosoma brucei brucei TREU927

# of Contigs: 27
# of Proteins: 1,704
# of Scaffolds: 2
Total length: 5,545,609 bp
BioProject: PRJNA11756
BioSample: SAMN02953625
Keywords: WGS
Annotation: Scaffolds
Organism: Trypanosoma brucei brucei TREU927show lineagehide lineage
/chromosome = 11
/mol_type = genomic genomic
/note = single VAT derivative of TREU (Trypanosomiasis Research Edinburgh University) 927/4 (GPAL/KE/70/EATRO 1534)
/strain = 927/4 GUTat10.1
/sub_species = brucei
WGS: AAHB01000001:AAHB01000027
Scaffolds: CH464491:CH464492
2 scaffolds, 1,704 proteins, total length is 5,548,109 bases
The genome of the African trypanosome Trypanosoma brucei : Science 309 (5733), 416-422 (2005) – show 102 authorshide authors
Berriman,M., Ghedin,E., Hertz-Fowler,C., Blandin,G., Renauld,H., Bartholomeu,D.C., Lennard,N.J., Caler,E., Hamlin,N.E., Haas,B., Bohme,U., Hannick,L., Aslett,M.A., Shallom,J., Marcello,L., Hou,L., Wickstead,B., Alsmark,U.C., Arrowsmith,C., Atkin,R.J., Barron,A.J., Bringaud,F., Brooks,K., Carrington,M., Cherevach,I., Chillingworth,T.J., Churcher,C., Clark,L.N., Corton,C.H., Cronin,A., Davies,R.M., Doggett,J., Djikeng,A., Feldblyum,T., Field,M.C., Fraser,A., Goodhead,I., Hance,Z., Harper,D., Harris,B.R., Hauser,H., Hostetler,J., Ivens,A., Jagels,K., Johnson,D., Johnson,J., Jones,K., Kerhornou,A.X., Koo,H., Larke,N., Landfear,S., Larkin,C., Leech,V., Line,A., Lord,A., Macleod,A., Mooney,P.J., Moule,S., Martin,D.M., Morgan,G.W., Mungall,K., Norbertczak,H., Ormond,D., Pai,G., Peacock,C.S., Peterson,J., Quail,M.A., Rabbinowitsch,E., Rajandream,M.A., Reitter,C., Salzberg,S.L., Sanders,M., Schobel,S., Sharp,S., Simmonds,M., Simpson,A.J., Tallon,L., Turner,C.M., Tait,A., Tivey,A.R., Van Aken,S., Walker,D., Wanless,D., Wang,S., White,B., White,O., Whitehead,S., Woodward,J., Wortman,J., Adams,M.D., Embley,T.M., Gull,K., Ullu,E., Barry,J.D., Fairlamb,A.H., Opperdoes,F., Barrell,B.G., Donelson,J.E., Hall,N., Fraser,C.M., Melville,S.E., El-Sayed,N.M.
Comparative genomics of trypanosomatid parasitic protozoa : Science 309 (5733), 404-409 (2005) – show 45 authorshide authors
El-Sayed,N.M., Myler,P.J., Blandin,G., Berriman,M., Crabtree,J., Aggarwal,G., Caler,E., Renauld,H., Worthey,E.A., Hertz-Fowler,C., Ghedin,E., Peacock,C., Bartholomeu,D.C., Haas,B.J., Tran,A.N., Wortman,J.R., Alsmark,U.C., Angiuoli,S., Anupama,A., Badger,J., Bringaud,F., Cadag,E., Carlton,J.M., Cerqueira,G.C., Creasy,T., Delcher,A.L., Djikeng,A., Embley,T.M., Hauser,C., Ivens,A.C., Kummerfeld,S.K., Pereira-Leal,J.B., Nilsson,D., Peterson,J., Salzberg,S.L., Shallom,J., Silva,J.C., Sundaram,J., Westenberger,S., White,O., Melville,S.E., Donelson,J.E., Andersson,B., Stuart,K.D., Hall,N.
Submitted (14-APR-2005) Wellcome Trust Genome Campus, The Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, Hinxton, Cambridge CB10 1SA, UK – show 40 authorshide authors
Hamlin,N.E., Brooks,K., Cherevach,I., Churcher,C., Goodhead,I., Hauser,H., Mungall,K., Sanders,M., Simmonds,M., Walker,D., White,B., Berriman,M., Hertz-Fowler,C., Renauld,H., Bohme,U., Arrowsmith,C., Atkin,R.J., Chillingworth,T.J., Cronin,A., Davies,R.M., Fraser,A., Hance,Z., Jagels,K., Johnson,D., Larke,N., Leech,V., Lord,A., MacLeod,A., Moule,S., Quail,M.A., Norbertczak,H., Rabbinowitsch,E., Rajandream,M.A., Reitter,C., Sharp,S., Whitehead,S., Woodward,J., Hall,N., Melville,S.E., Barrell,B.G.

The Trypanosoma brucei brucei TREU927 whole genome shotgun (WGS) project has the project accession AAHB00000000. This version of the project (01) has the accession number AAHB01000000, and consists of sequences AAHB01000001-AAHB01000027.

Trypanosoma brucei chromosomes 9 to 11 were isolated and then sequenced by the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, using a whole chromosome shotgun approach. The sequences are therefore, likely to represent a 'mosaic' assembly of both chromosomal homologs. Details of Trypanosoma sequencing at the Sanger Institute are available on the World Wide Web. (URL, and via the GeneDB database ( Predicted protein coding regions (>30 codons) were manually revised in the light of similarity data, domain information and orthology to Leishmania major and Trypanosoma cruzi. Gene products were assigned putative functions based on similarity with experimentally characterized gene products or the presence of predicted protein domains. Products were labelled either 'hypothetical protein', or 'hypothetical protein, conserved' when showing significant similarity with proteins or domains of unknown function from other organisms. Short predicted coding sequences (less than 150 codons) with no additional evidence of coding potential were labeled 'hypothetical protein, unlikely'.

GenBank:AAHB01.1.gbff.gz 2.3 Mb
FASTA:AAHB01.1.fsa_nt.gz 1.6 Mb
ASN.1:AAHB01.1.bbs.gz 1.3 Mb