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Accession: PRJNA176378 ID: 176378

Evolution of the human proteome: Completing the Chordate Nodes

The overarching goal of this proposal is to assemble comparative genomic data to enable stepwise reconstruction of the evolution of the human proteome. This involves tracing every human gene back to its progenitor genes or modules, at each stage of its ancestry, from mammals to the first multicellular animals. These data will then enable resolution of a fundamental question: how has the evolution and deployment of new proteins, as well as expansion of protein families, contributed to each evolutionary step in human ancestry?
AccessionPRJNA176378
TypeUmbrella project (Subtype:Funding initiative)
SubmissionRegistration date: 1-Oct-2012
NHGRI
RelevanceEvolution
Project Data:
Resource NameNumber
of Links
Sequence data
Nucleotide (total)591517
WGS master4
TSA master1
Transcript180622
SRA Experiments150
Protein Sequences76783
Publications
PubMed8
PMC6
Other datasets
BioSample41
Assembly4
SRA Data Details
ParameterValue
Data volume, Gbases1,573
Data volume, Tbytes1.17
This project encompasses the following 9 sub-projects:
Project TypeNumber of Projects
Genome sequencing

3
3
2
8
BioProject
accession
Assembly
level
OrganismTitle
PRJNA177958 Scaffolds or contigsApalone spiniferaApalone spinifera Genome sequencing (WUGSC)
PRJNA78657 ChromosomesChrysemys picta belliiChrysemys picta bellii Genome sequencing (Painted turtle genome sequencing...)
PRJNA210179 ChromosomesChrysemys picta belliiChrysemys picta bellii RefSeq Genome (NCBI)
PRJNA56111 Scaffolds or contigsLatimeria chalumnaeLatimeria chalumnae strain:Wild caught Genome sequencing (Broad Institute)
PRJNA219830 Scaffolds or contigsLatimeria chalumnaeLatimeria chalumnae strain:Wild caught | isolate:SAIAB 97564 RefSeq Genome (NCBI)
List all 8 'Genome sequencing' projects...
Transcriptome or Gene expression1
BioProject
accession
OrganismTitle
PRJNA77699Latimeria chalumnaeLatimeria chalumnae Transcriptome or Gene expression (Broad Institute)

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