crocodilian genomics publications

6 September 2011Posted by Edward Braun

 

The ICGWG efforts to sequence, assemble, and annotate crocodilian genomes are underway and we expect to generate a number of group publications describing the assembly and analysis of crocodilian genomes. Many members of the group have been working on related projects for some time and examples of those individual lab papers are also provided below.

As the ICGWG effort progresses, we will continue to post information about both group publications and closely related publications by individual lab groups.


consortium publications

12 October 2011Posted by Edward Braun

 

Members of the group are currently preparing several papers describing the results of the crocodialian genome project. The first manuscript is an announcement of the project and preliminary description of the alligator and crocodile genomes:

  • St. John, JA, EL Braun, SR Isberg, LG Miles, AY Chong, J Gongora, P Dalzell, C Moran, B Bed’Hom, A Abzhanov, SC Burgess, AM Cooksey, TA Castoe, NG Crawford, LD Densmore, JC Drew, SV Edwards, BC Faircloth, MK Fujita, MJ Greenwold, FG Hoffmann, JM Howard, T Iguchi, DE Janes, SY Khan, S Kohno, APJ de Koning, SL Lance, FM McCarthy, JE McCormack, ME Merchant, DG Peterson, DD Pollock, N Pourmand, BJ Raney, KA Roessler, JR Sanford, RH Sawyer, CJ Schmidt, EW Triplett, TD Tuberville, M Venegas-Anaya, ED Jarvis, LJ Guillette Jr., TC Glenn, RE Green, & DA.Ray. 2012. Sequencing three crocodilian genomes to illuminate the evolution of archosaurs and amniotes. Genome Biology 13:415. [full text]. 

previous publications

12 October 2011Posted by Edward Braun

 

Members of the the ICGWG have published a large number of papers relevant to the crocodilian genomes project. Selected examples are presented below.

  • Previous publications from the Ray lab. [list]
  • Previous publications from the Green lab. [list]
  • Previous publications from the Braun lab. [list]

As the ICGWG progresses, we will continue to post information about related publications by group members both here and on our blog.