The MicOch1.0 assembly was submitted by Broad Institute on 2012/12/07 . The assembly is on the Chromosome level, consisting of 187,012 assembled into 6,450 scaffolds. The N50 size is the length such that 50% of the assembled genome lies in blocks of the N50 size or longer. The N50 length for the contigs is 21,250 while the scaffold N50 is 17,270,019.
The genome assembly represented here corresponds to GenBank Assembly ID GCA_000317375.1
The prairie vole (Microtus ochrogaster) is a small vole found in central North America.
The gene annotation process was carried out using a combination of protein-to-genome alignments, annotation mapping from a suitable reference species and RNA-seq alignments (where RNA-seq data with appropriate meta data were publicly available). For each candidate gene region, a selection process was applied to choose the most appropriate set of transcripts based on evolutionary distance, experimental evidence for the source data and quality of the alignments. Small ncRNAs were obtained using a combination of BLAST and Infernal/RNAfold. Pseudogenes were calculated by looking at genes with a large percentage of non-biological introns (introns of <10bp), where the gene was covered in repeats, or where the gene was single exon and evidence of a functional multi-exon paralog was found elsewhere in the genome. lincRNAs were generated via RNA-seq data where no evidence of protein homology or protein domains could be found in the transcript.
In accordance with the Fort Lauderdale Agreement , please check the publication status of the genome/assembly before publishing any genome-wide analyses using these data.
General information about this species can be found in Wikipedia.
|Assembly||MicOch1.0, INSDC Assembly GCA_000317375.1, Dec 2012|
|Golden Path Length||2,287,357,235|
|Annotation method||Full genebuild|
|Genebuild started||Oct 2016|
|Genebuild released||Feb 2017|
|Genebuild last updated/patched||Feb 2017|
|Non coding genes||3,379|
|Small non coding genes||2,811|
|Long non coding genes||10|
|Misc non coding genes||558|
|Genscan gene predictions||51,657|