About Diploscapter coronatus
Diploscapter coronatus is a free-living nematode, phylogeneticaly placed in between the model organism Caenorhabditis elegans and its satellite Pristionchus pacificus. It reproduces parthenogenetically- neither males or sperm have been observed and some steps of meiosis are skipped.
Genome Assembly & Annotation
The genome assembly was produced by the Kohara laboratory at the National Institute of Genetics, Japan, as described by Hiraki et al (2017).
The gene predictions were made by the Kohara laboratory at the National Institute of Genetics, Japan, as described by Hiraki et al (2017).
- Hiraki H, Kagoshima H, Kraus C, Schiffer PH, Ueta Y, Kroiher M, Schierenberg E, Kohara Y. Genome analysis of Diploscapter coronatus: insights into molecular peculiarities of a nematode with parthenogenetic reproduction. BMC Genomics, 2017;18(1):478
|Data Source||National Institute of Genetics, Japan|
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