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Tasmanian salmon genotyping

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Tasmanian salmon genotyping


SNPs discovered in 20 farmed Tasmanian salmon from high covergae sequence analysis, SNps present in double haploid reference animal removed.


Aquaculture Genomics


https://doi.org/10.4225/08/5a6e520150c52


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Salmon Salmo salar variant discovery


100bp PE illumina sequence from 19 farmed atlantic salmon aligned to salmon reference genome, assembly ICSASG_v2, and sdY contigs (KP898411 and KP898412) using BWA. Variants called using GATK tools. Doulbe haploid SNPs removed.


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Kijas, James; McWilliam, Sean (2017): Tasmanian salmon genotyping. v2. CSIRO. Data Collection. https://doi.org/10.4225/08/5a6e520150c52


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Salmo salar


Atlantic Salmon


Metazoa


Chordata


Teleostei


Salminoformes


Salmonidae


Salmo


Salmo salar



About this Project

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This projects collected genomic data from 19 Atlantic salmon sampled from the Tasmanian breeding program. Whole genome sequence was collected to a depth of 30 fold coverage before SNP discovery identified a final collection of approximately 9 million loci. The data was used to explore divergence from both North American and European Atlantic salmo... more


James Kijas





James Kijas


Sean McWilliam


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