Encephalitozoon intestinalis
Reference genome: Encephalitozoon intestinalis ATCC 50506 (assembly ASM14646v1)
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ID: 2591
Organism ImageEncephalitozoon intestinalis

An obligate parasite associated with gastrointestinal disease in humans

Lineage: Eukaryota[4304]; Fungi[1986]; Fungi incertae sedis[128]; Microsporidia[29]; Unikaryonidae[4]; Encephalitozoon[4]; Encephalitozoon intestinalis[1]
Encephalitozoon intestinalis is a fungus associated with gastrointestinal disease in humans. E. intestinalis has become increasingly common in humans due to the growing number of immuno compromised persons. E. intestinalis and Enterocytozoon bieneusi are mostly identified as the causal agents of microsporidiosis in humans. More...

Summary

Submitter: Keeling lab, University of British Columbia
Assembly level: Chromosome
Assembly: GCA_000146465.1 ASM14646v1 scaffolds: 11 contigs: 12 N50: 196,642 L50: 6
BioProjects: PRJNA51607, PRJNA42703
Statistics: total length (Mb): 2.2169
 protein count: 1938
 GC%: 41.5182

Replicon Info

Loc Type Name RefSeq INSDC Size (Mb) GC% Protein rRNA tRNA Other RNA Gene
ChrINC_014415.1CP001942.10.1643.4140421147
ChrIINC_014416.1CP001943.10.1840.9155-51161
ChrIIINC_014417.1CP001944.10.1841.4149-4-153
ChrIVNC_014418.1CP001945.10.1941.4169261178
ChrVNC_014419.1CP001946.10.241.516822-172
ChrVINC_014420.1CP001947.10.241.4171-43178
ChrVIINC_014421.1CP001948.10.2141.3183151190
ChrVIIINC_014422.1CP001949.10.242.0204-7-211
ChrIXNC_014423.1CP001950.10.2340.7212131217
ChrXNC_014424.1CP001951.10.2341.6177251185
ChrXINC_014425.1CP001952.10.2441.5210-35218

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