Genomics

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Naja naja


ABSTRACT: Naja naja Genome sequencing and assembly

PROVIDER: PRJNA527614 | ENA |

REPOSITORIES: ENA

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The Indian cobra reference genome and transcriptome enables comprehensive identification of venom toxins.

Suryamohan Kushal K   Krishnankutty Sajesh P SP   Guillory Joseph J   Jevit Matthew M   Schröder Markus S MS   Wu Meng M   Kuriakose Boney B   Mathew Oommen K OK   Perumal Rajadurai C RC   Koludarov Ivan I   Goldstein Leonard D LD   Senger Kate K   Dixon Mandumpala Davis MD   Velayutham Dinesh D   Vargas Derek D   Chaudhuri Subhra S   Muraleedharan Megha M   Goel Ridhi R   Chen Ying-Jiun J YJ   Ratan Aakrosh A   Liu Peter P   Faherty Brendan B   de la Rosa Guillermo G   Shibata Hiroki H   Baca Miriam M   Sagolla Meredith M   Ziai James J   Wright Gus A GA   Vucic Domagoj D   Mohan Sangeetha S   Antony Aju A   Stinson Jeremy J   Kirkpatrick Donald S DS   Hannoush Rami N RN   Durinck Steffen S   Modrusan Zora Z   Stawiski Eric W EW   Wiley Kristen K   Raudsepp Terje T   Kini R Manjunatha RM   Zachariah Arun A   Seshagiri Somasekar S  

Nature genetics 20200106 1


Snakebite envenoming is a serious and neglected tropical disease that kills ~100,000 people annually. High-quality, genome-enabled comprehensive characterization of toxin genes will facilitate development of effective humanized recombinant antivenom. We report a de novo near-chromosomal genome assembly of Naja naja, the Indian cobra, a highly venomous, medically important snake. Our assembly has a scaffold N50 of 223.35 Mb, with 19 scaffolds containing 95% of the genome. Of the 23,248 predicted  ...[more]

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