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Accession: PRJEB19215 ID: 414063

Comprehensive phylogenomic analyses of cnidarian relationships

In this study, we created several datasets using new publicly released as well as newly-generated DNA and RNA-seq data for representatives of all cnidarian classes to test all previously-proposed phylogenetic hypotheses. We explored two popular orthology assessment methods to build gene alignments for phylogenetic purposes, and compared their outcomes regarding both gene representation and phylogenetic signal (aka species trees). Our Cnidaria dataset is the most extensive to date, including sequence-rich datasets for three Staurozoa species and one Ceriantharia.

Cnidarian relationships have been a source of debate for decades with almost every possible combination of sister group relationship between major taxa proposed to date. More...
AccessionPRJEB19215
Data TypeTranscriptome or Gene expression
ScopeMonoisolate
SubmissionRegistration date: 12-Oct-2017
Smithsonian Institution NMNH
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Sequence data
Nucleotide (total)588756
TSA master6
Transcript588750
SRA Experiments17
Other datasets
BioSample6
SRA Data Details
ParameterValue
Data volume, Gbases73
Data volume, Mbytes33087

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    Comprehensive phylogenomic analyses of cnidarian relationships
    In this study, we created several datasets using new publicly released as well as newly-generated DNA and RNA-seq data for representatives of all cnidarian classes to test all previously-proposed phylogenetic hypotheses. We explored two popular orthology assessment methods to build gene alignments for phylogenetic purposes, and compared their outcomes regarding both gene representation and phylogenetic signal (aka species trees). Our Cnidaria dataset is the most extensive to date, including sequence-rich datasets for three Staurozoa species and one Ceriantharia.
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