About Caenorhabditis inopinata
Caenorhabditis inopinata (sp. 34) is a free-living, transparent nematode, isolated from fresh syconia of the fig Ficus septica in Ishigaki island, Japan. It is among the closest known relatives of C. elegans, while also displaying a number of characteristic differences related to the timing of developmental milestones and body size. This has created interest in the species as a system of study of evolutionary diversification.
Genome Assembly & Annotation
Gene structures in the Augustus predictions were refined by manual curation in Artemis, using RNA-seq mapping results and BLAST results against C. elegans proteins. The result was then submitted to WormBase by Taisei Kikuchi in June 2018.
- Kanzaki N, Tsai IJ, Tanaka R, Hunt VL, Liu D, Tsuyama K, Maeda Y, Namai S, Kumagai R, Tracey A, Holroyd N, Doyle SR, Woodruff GC, Murase K, Kitazume H, Chai C, Akagi A, Panda O, Ke HM, Schroeder FC, Wang J, Berriman M, Sternberg PW, Sugimoto A, Kikuchi T. Biology and genome of a newly discovered sibling species of Caenorhabditis elegans. Nat Commun, 2018;9(1):3216
|Data Source||University of Miyazaki|
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