Fungal whole-genome resequencing is a critical tool to complete the genomes of known fungi and to perform comparative genome analysis or map genomes of new organisms. CD Genomics is proud to offer fungal whole-genome resequencing using long-read sequencing technologies, including ONT and PacBio SMRT sequencing. We have extensive experience in fungal whole-genome resequencing projects and are committed to providing comprehensive and accurate genome resolution results.
With the significant increase in the availability of the complete genome of the fungus, there has been an exponential growth of various genes encoding organic acids, antibiotics, enzymes, and their pathways. The study of fungal genomics provides a broad and accurate perspective on mycology, which plays an important and positive role in human health and environmental health, among others. Genome sequencing and assembly of fungi based on third-generation sequencing technologies is capable of spanning complex repetitive regions to generate a high-quality complete genome sequence. In particular, Oxford Nanopore Sequencing Technology (ONT) takes full advantage of the ultra-long read length to easily span these complex structures in the fungal genome. This technology provides an affordable and powerful tool for the generation of high-quality genome assemblies and has been widely applied to the study of prokaryotes and eukaryotes, including fungi.
Identification of genes related to the interaction between pathogenic fungi and crops and pathogenicity, the study of evolutionary relationships with their relatives, comparative genomic studies, and so on.
Identification and mining of beneficial functional genes for humans, the study of species evolutionary relationships, and so on.
Discovery of complex metabolic pathways of fungi and analysis of pathogenic factors of pathogenic fungi.
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