Thelohanellus kitauei Assembly and Gene Annotation
About Thelohanellus kitauei
Thelohanellus kitauei is a myxosporean, a highly derived class of Cnidaria . The Myxosporea are a class of microscopic parasites, belonging to the Myxozoa. They have a complex life cycle which comprises vegetative forms in two hosts, an aquatic invertebrate (generally an annelid) and an ectothermic vertebrate, usually a fish. Each host releases a different type of spore. The two forms of spore are so different that until recently they were treated as belonging to different classes within the Myxozoa.
Ensembl Metazoa displays the gene set associated with the study PRJNA193083. Genes were annotated with Evidence Modeler, combining transcriptomic data with de novo prediction methods . Protein features and cross-references have been computed by Ensembl Metazoa.
- New phylogenomic and comparative analyses provide corroborating evidence that Myxozoa is Cnidaria.
Feng JM, Xiong J, Zhang JY, Yang YL, Yao B, Zhou ZG, Miao W. 2014. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 81:10-18.
- The genome of the myxosporean Thelohanellus kitauei shows adaptations to nutrient acquisition within its fish host.
Yang Y, Xiong J, Zhou Z, Huo F, Miao W, Ran C, Liu Y, Zhang J, Feng J, Wang M et al. 2014. Genome Biololgy and Evolution. 6:3182-3198.
|Assembly||ASM82789v1, INSDC Assembly GCA_000827895.1, Feb 2015|
|Golden Path Length||150,348,159|
|Data source||Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences|
|Non coding genes||89|
|Small non coding genes||89|