ChamaecristaTranscriptome Data

Assembled Chamaecrista Sequences

Files contain different versions of the transcriptome assemblies. Most of the time you will refer to version 1.1, but 1.0 can be helpful if you can't find a sequence for a gene of interest. These files open in Text Edit or Notepad (also Word). You would use them when you want to match a sequence ID with the actual sequence. The find function in the text editor is an efficient way to find a sequence ID.
Descriptions of each assembly version (Text File 5kB Apr6 10)
Version 1.1 cDNA ( 9.8MB Jan11 10)
Version 1.1 peptides ( 3.4MB Jan11 10)
Version 1.0 cDNA ( 31.9MB Jan11 10)

Chamaecrista Expression and Variant Data

The expression data is available in a number of formats. Reads per million calibrates the data across samples.
Expression Data - Unique reads per million (Text File 5.5MB Jan11 10) - Only the latest version of Excel will show you all the data.
Expression Data - Total unique reads (Text File 1.2MB Jan11 10) - Only the latest version of Excel will show you all the data.
Expression Data - Reads per million (Text File 5.5MB Jan11 10) - Only the latest version of Excel will show you all the data.
Expression Data - Reads (Text File 1.2MB Jan11 10) - Only the latest version of Excel will show you all the data.
Variant Data - SNPs in the KS, OK, and MN ecotypes (Text File 52.2MB Jan19 10) - Only the latest version of Excel will show you all the data. Having trouble making sense of the SNP table? Click here for some tips


Nuclear-Enriched Chamaecrista Genome Data

Nuclear-enriched genomeic Chamaecrista 454 sequences ( 322.2MB Jan11 11) - This file opens in Text Edit or Notepad (also Word). You would use it when you want to match a sequence ID with the actual sequence. The find function in the text editor is an efficient way to find a sequence ID. If you are looking for a gene that is expressed at very low levels, it may not be in the transcriptome. This is another place to look for the sequence, although it will not lead to SNP or expression data available in the transcriptome analyses.

Related Chamaecrista Data

MADS Box K Genes
- Many genes that are involved in flowering are transcription factors identified by a MADS box domain. This phylogeny compares Chamaecrista sequences with other species and may be helpful in investigating flowering genes.