|Long Read Sequencing (PacBio)|
|Number of contigs||743|
|+ Optical mapping (Bionano)|
|Number of scaffolds||447|
|+ Linked reads (Chromium 10x)|
|Number of scaffolds||392|
|Total number of genes||39 110|
|Number of protein coding genes||36 002|
|Number of non protein coding genes||3 108|
|Percent genes with five UTR||70%|
|Percent genes with three UTR||71%|
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The tomato genome assembly and annotation was performed by the bioinformatics team of @GBF. We thank :
- @Get-PlaGe for the PacBio and Chromium 10x sequencing,
- the French Plant Genomic Resources Centre ( @CNRGV ) for optical mapping,
- Jérôme Gouzy and Erika Sallet from the Laboratry of Plant-Microb Interactions ( @LIPM ) bioinformatics platform for providing the annotation pipeline (EuGen-EP),
- the genotoul bioinformatics platform Toulouse Midi-Pyrenees ( @Bioinfo Genotoul ) for providing computing and storage resources.