Aspergillus fumigatus genomics
- Minutes of meetings about the Aspergillus fumigatus genome sequencing
Meeting 1 University of Manchester, U.K. 14th
Meeting 2 Hyatt-Regency Hotel, Chicago, Il. 3-4th
Meeting 3 Hinxton Hall, Wellcome Trust Genome
Campus, UK. 14-15th January 2000
Meeting 4 TIGR, Rockville, MD, USA. 15-16th
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
- The Aspergillus fumigatus pilot genome
sequencing project - funded by the Wellcome Trust
- Aspergillus fumigatus isolate AF293 to be
- Aspergillus fumigatus genome sequencing project: December 1999
questionnaire. This questionnaire is no longer active.
Preliminary analysis of the data from the questionnaire
- Network on Aspergillus and
Workshop: Genomics and Post-genomics in Aspergillus
- 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
- 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.
- Supplementary genomic material
- Figure S1. Aspergillus fumigatus chromosomes
- Figure S2. Clusters of cell-wall associated GPI-proteins.
- Supplementary Methods. Sequencing and Assembly.
- Supplementary Text: Secondary Metabolites
- Supplementary Text: Selfish Cluster Hypothesis.
- Table S1. Proteins implicated in A. fumigatus pathogenicity.
- Table S2. Clusters of genes with log2 ratios grouped by k-means in figure 1B. (spreadsheet .xls file)
- Table S3. Allergen homologs in A. fumigatus and other Aspergillus species.
- Table S4. Putative essential genes in the A. fumigatus genome.
- Table S5. Predicted gene clusters involved in secondary metabolism in Aspergillus fumigatus, and orthologous clusters in other Aspergilli.
- Table S6.Putative programmed cell death associated proteins in A. fumigatus.
- 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.
- Table S8. Partial listing of A. fumigatus specific genes as compared to A. oryzae and A. nidulans using BLASTp.
- Table S9. Arsenic metabolism genes in A. fumigatus.
- Table S10. Genes of the ergosterol biosynthesis pathway in Aspergillus spp and other fungal species.
- Table S11. Genes revealed by comparative genomic hybridization to be missing or diverged relative to A. fumigatus Af293.
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