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FINDMAP

    The findmap.f90 program aligns sequence reads to reference map, calls previous variants, and identifies new variants.

    Data from: Draft genome sequences of eight streptogramin-resistant Enterococcus species isolates from animal and environmental sources in the United States

      Draft genome sequences of five *Enterococcus faecium*, two *Enterococcus hirae*, and one *Enterococcus gallinarum* from enviromental sources and chicken carcass rinsates. Isolates were selected for their resistance to the streptogramin antibiotic, Quinupristin-Dalfopristin and were all collected in the United States between 2001 and 2004. Antimicrobial resistance genes were identified conferring resistance to the macrolide-lincosamide-streptogramins, aminoglycosides, tetracycline, beta-lactams, and glycopeptides.

      Orussus abietinus mitochondrial genome assembly

        The Baylor College of Medicine has sequenced and annotated the Orussus abietinus genome as part of the i5k pilot project. This dataset represents a targeted assembly and annotation of the mitochondrial genome.

        Athalia rosae mitochondrial genome assembly

          The Baylor College of Medicine has sequenced and annotated the Athalia rosae genome as part of the i5k pilot project. This dataset represents a separate targeted assembly of the mitochondrial genome.

          Trichogramma pretiosum genome assembly v1.0

            The Baylor College of Medicine has sequenced and annotated the Trichogramma pretiosum genome as part of the i5k pilot project. This dataset presents the Trichogramma pretiosum genome v1.0. This assembly version is the pre-release version, prior to filtering and quality control by the National Center for Biotechnology Information's GenBank resource. Scaffold 109 was identified to be a complete Wolbachia genome, and was removed from the assembly on GenBank and relocated to a separate record (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/nuccore/NZ_CM003641.1).

            Data from: Exome genotyping, linkage disequilibrium and population structure in loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.)

              Loblolly pine (*Pinus taeda* L.) is one of the most widely planted and commercially important forest tree species in the USA and worldwide, and is an object of intense genomic research. However, whole genome resequencing in loblolly pine is hampered by its large size and complexity and a lack of a good reference. As a valid and more feasible alternative, entire exome sequencing was hence employed to identify the gene-associated single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) and to genotype the sampled trees.