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Welcome to the ash dieback crowdsource wiki! In this wiki we aim to crowdsource information and genomic resources for Ash Dieback.
So far, the transcriptomes of four infected Ash samples have been sequenced and the transcriptome of unifected Ash:
- 2 samples of infected Ash from Ashwellthorpe lower wood (The Sainsbury Laboratory)
- 1 sample of infected Ash from Holt Country Park (The Sainsbury Laboratory)
- 1 sample of infected Ash from Upton Broad and Marshes (The Sainsbury Laboratory)
- 1 sample of uninfected Ash from Ashwellthorpe lower wood (The Sainsbury Laboratory)
The genome of a purified culture of Chalara fraxinea isolated from infected Ash collected at Kenninghall Wood has also been sequenced.
02 May 2014 - Year 1 Report available on BiorXiv
28 Nov 2013 - Repeated mRNA-Seq analysis of Tree 35
24 Sept 2013 - SNP patterns in various isolates of Chalara fraxinea
24 Sept 2013 - Lignin degrading enzymes in the Chalara genome assembly
16 Sept 2013 - Assessing the origin of the UK Ash dieback pathogen
10 Sept 2013 - The top 100 ranked C. fraxinea candidate effector tribes
19 Aug 2013 - mRNA-Seq analysis of Tree 35
04 June 2013 - Putative alternative oxidase identified in Chalara fraxinea
26 May 2013 - Compositionally Non Homogenous Domains identified
26 May 2013 - Carbohydrate Active Enzyme Domains in Proteins
16 May 2013 - Tree 35 Assembly Stats
18 Mar 2013 - Forest Research Strain mating type info for H.pseudoalbidus and H.albidus
17 Feb 2013 - Chalara fraxinea gene predictions
28 Jan 2013 - AT1 and AT2 are of a different mating type to KW1
25 Jan 2013 - Analysis of the MAT1 locus of C. fraxinea KW1 isolate
21 Dec 2012 - AT1 Transcript assemblies - which one?!
20 Dec 2012 - brief comment on pfam for Avr of plant origin
16 Dec 2012 - How useful is the AT1 assembly?