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Solanum pennellii (Wild tomato)

Solanum pennellii
  • Solanum pennellii is a wild tomato species endemic to Andean regions in South America, where it has evolved to thrive in arid habitats. Because of its stress tolerance and unusual morphology, it is an important donor of germplasm for the cultivated tomato Solanum lycopersicum.
  • Read more about the Solanum pennellii acc. LA0716 genome:
    Bolger et al. (2014)
    The genome of the stress-tolerant wild tomato species Solanum pennellii
    Nature Genetics 46, 1034-1038
  • More S.pennellii acc.LA0716 data and a genome browser are available at Sol Genomics Network.
  • Read more about the Solanum pennellii acc. LA5240 genome:
    Schmidt et al. (2017)
    De novo assembly of a new Solanum pennellii accession using Nanopore sequencing
    Plant Cell 29(10), 2336-2348
  • Data of the Oxford Nanopore S.pennellii acc.LA5240 sequencing approach are available here.
Download - S.pennellii acc.LA0716 (Bolger et al. 2014)

Local alignment search (BLAST) - S.pennellii acc.LA5240 (Schmidt et al. 2017)

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  • nucleotide sequence (BLAST-db: scaffolds)
  • protein sequence (BLAST-db: annotated proteins)

Local alignment search (BLAST) - S.pennellii acc.LA0716 (Bolger et al. 2014)

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  • nucleotide sequence (BLAST-db: annotated genes + 5'-region (~1800 bp) + 3'-region (~400 bp))
  • protein sequence (BLAST-db: annotated proteins)

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