Hi‐C scaffolded short‐ and long‐read genome assemblies of the California sea lion are broadly consistent for syntenic inference across 45 million years of evolution

Peart CR, Williams C, Pophaly SD, Neely BA, Gulland FMD, Adams DJ, Ng BL, Cheng W, Goebel ME, Fedrigo O, Haase B, et al. (2021)
Molecular Ecology Resources 21(7): 2455-2470.

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Peart, Claire R.; Williams, Christina; Pophaly, Saurabh D.; Neely, Benjamin A.; Gulland, Frances M. D.; Adams, David J.; Ng, Bee Ling; Cheng, William; Goebel, Michael E.; Fedrigo, Olivier; Haase, Bettina; Mountcastle, Jacquelyn
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2021
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Molecular Ecology Resources
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21
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7
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2455-2470
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1755-098X
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1755-0998
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2958867

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Peart CR, Williams C, Pophaly SD, et al. Hi‐C scaffolded short‐ and long‐read genome assemblies of the California sea lion are broadly consistent for syntenic inference across 45 million years of evolution. Molecular Ecology Resources. 2021;21(7):2455-2470.
Peart, C. R., Williams, C., Pophaly, S. D., Neely, B. A., Gulland, F. M. D., Adams, D. J., Ng, B. L., et al. (2021). Hi‐C scaffolded short‐ and long‐read genome assemblies of the California sea lion are broadly consistent for syntenic inference across 45 million years of evolution. Molecular Ecology Resources, 21(7), 2455-2470. https://doi.org/10.1111/1755-0998.13443
Peart, Claire R., Williams, Christina, Pophaly, Saurabh D., Neely, Benjamin A., Gulland, Frances M. D., Adams, David J., Ng, Bee Ling, et al. 2021. “Hi‐C scaffolded short‐ and long‐read genome assemblies of the California sea lion are broadly consistent for syntenic inference across 45 million years of evolution”. Molecular Ecology Resources 21 (7): 2455-2470.
Peart, C. R., Williams, C., Pophaly, S. D., Neely, B. A., Gulland, F. M. D., Adams, D. J., Ng, B. L., Cheng, W., Goebel, M. E., Fedrigo, O., et al. (2021). Hi‐C scaffolded short‐ and long‐read genome assemblies of the California sea lion are broadly consistent for syntenic inference across 45 million years of evolution. Molecular Ecology Resources 21, 2455-2470.
Peart, C.R., et al., 2021. Hi‐C scaffolded short‐ and long‐read genome assemblies of the California sea lion are broadly consistent for syntenic inference across 45 million years of evolution. Molecular Ecology Resources, 21(7), p 2455-2470.
C.R. Peart, et al., “Hi‐C scaffolded short‐ and long‐read genome assemblies of the California sea lion are broadly consistent for syntenic inference across 45 million years of evolution”, Molecular Ecology Resources, vol. 21, 2021, pp. 2455-2470.
Peart, C.R., Williams, C., Pophaly, S.D., Neely, B.A., Gulland, F.M.D., Adams, D.J., Ng, B.L., Cheng, W., Goebel, M.E., Fedrigo, O., Haase, B., Mountcastle, J., Fungtammasan, A., Formenti, G., Collins, J., Wood, J., Sims, Y., Torrance, J., Tracey, A., Howe, K., Rhie, A., Hoffman, J., Johnson, J., Jarvis, E.D., Breen, M., Wolf, J.B.W.: Hi‐C scaffolded short‐ and long‐read genome assemblies of the California sea lion are broadly consistent for syntenic inference across 45 million years of evolution. Molecular Ecology Resources. 21, 2455-2470 (2021).
Peart, Claire R., Williams, Christina, Pophaly, Saurabh D., Neely, Benjamin A., Gulland, Frances M. D., Adams, David J., Ng, Bee Ling, Cheng, William, Goebel, Michael E., Fedrigo, Olivier, Haase, Bettina, Mountcastle, Jacquelyn, Fungtammasan, Arkarachai, Formenti, Giulio, Collins, Joanna, Wood, Jonathan, Sims, Ying, Torrance, James, Tracey, Alan, Howe, Kerstin, Rhie, Arang, Hoffman, Joseph, Johnson, Jeremy, Jarvis, Erich D., Breen, Matthew, and Wolf, Jochen B. W. “Hi‐C scaffolded short‐ and long‐read genome assemblies of the California sea lion are broadly consistent for syntenic inference across 45 million years of evolution”. Molecular Ecology Resources 21.7 (2021): 2455-2470.
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