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Information about the continuing improvement of the zebrafish genome
After the release of Zv9 in July 2010, the GRC has taken over the improvement and maintenance of the zebrafish genome assembly. In the four years since, the GRC has been working on filling gaps with new clone sequence and improving the positioning of assembly components with the help of optical mapping, Strandseq (M. Hills, PMID: 24028793) and additional meiotic mapping (GAPmap, D. Stemple, unpublished). The resulting improved clone path was supplemented with a new whole genome shotgun assembly WGS31, based on a combination of Illumina and capillary reads from double-haploid Tuebingen individuals, leading to the release of the integrated zebrafish genome assembly GRCz10.
Ideogram of the latest zebrafish assembly, GRCz10
Jan 18, 2017ZG-7256
Component FO834915.2 has been removed from the chromosome 5 TPF. The component FO834915.2 along with unlocalised scaffold NA761 and WGS contigs CABZ01040716.1 and CABZ01051145.1 have been relocated to chromsome 8, based on genetic marker and clone library mate pair information.
Jan 13, 2017ZG-7259
TPF has been adjusted based on marker information, placing contig ctg10626 in front of contig ctg6239.