Aspergillus fumigatus genomics

  1. Minutes of meetings about the Aspergillus fumigatus genome sequencing project
    Meeting 1 University of Manchester, U.K. 14th May 1998
    Meeting 2 Hyatt-Regency Hotel, Chicago, Il. 3-4th June 1999
    Meeting 3 Hinxton Hall, Wellcome Trust Genome Campus, UK. 14-15th January 2000
    Meeting 4 TIGR, Rockville, MD, USA. 15-16th November 2000
    Meeting 5 University of Salamanca, Spain, 11-12th April 2002.
    Meeting 6 Washington, May 5-6th 2003.
    Conference call 27th March 2001
    Conference call 4th september 2002

  2. The Aspergillus fumigatus pilot genome sequencing project - funded by the Wellcome Trust

  3. Aspergillus fumigatus isolate AF293 to be sequenced

  4. Aspergillus fumigatus genome sequencing project: December 1999 questionnaire. This questionnaire is no longer active.
    Preliminary analysis of the data from the questionnaire

  5. Network on Aspergillus and Aspergillosis.
    Workshop: Genomics and Post-genomics in Aspergillus fumigatus

  6. TIGR have launched a new website to keep researchers up to date with the latest developments on the Aspergillus genome sequencing project. The website features latest news and a sequence search facility.

  7. Genomic sequence of the pathogenic and allergenic filamentous fungus Aspergillus fumigatus. Nature. 2005 Dec 22;438(7071):1151-6. Nierman WC et.al. Pubmed link.
    1. Supplementary genomic material
      1. Figure S1. Aspergillus fumigatus chromosomes
      2. Figure S2. Clusters of cell-wall associated GPI-proteins.
      3. Supplementary Methods. Sequencing and Assembly.
      4. Supplementary Text: Secondary Metabolites
      5. Supplementary Text: Selfish Cluster Hypothesis.
      6. Table S1. Proteins implicated in A. fumigatus pathogenicity.
      7. Table S2. Clusters of genes with log2 ratios grouped by k-means in figure 1B. (spreadsheet .xls file)
      8. Table S3. Allergen homologs in A. fumigatus and other Aspergillus species.
      9. Table S4. Putative essential genes in the A. fumigatus genome.
      10. Table S5. Predicted gene clusters involved in secondary metabolism in Aspergillus fumigatus, and orthologous clusters in other Aspergilli.
      11. Table S6.Putative programmed cell death associated proteins in A. fumigatus.
      12. Table S7. Protein families putatively involved in cell wall construction in A. fumigatus and comparisons with genomes from yeasts, other filamentous fungi and other eukaryotes.
      13. Table S8. Partial listing of A. fumigatus specific genes as compared to A. oryzae and A. nidulans using BLASTp.
      14. Table S9. Arsenic metabolism genes in A. fumigatus.
      15. Table S10. Genes of the ergosterol biosynthesis pathway in Aspergillus spp and other fungal species.
      16. Table S11. Genes revealed by comparative genomic hybridization to be missing or diverged relative to A. fumigatus Af293.

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