Combined pangenomics and transcriptomics reveals core and redundant virulence processes in a rapidly evolving fungal plant pathogen

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Chen, H., King, R., Smith, D., Bayon, C., Ashfield, T., Torriani, S., Kanyuka, K., Hammond-Kosack, K. E., Bieri, S. and Rudd, J. J. 2022. Combined pangenomics and transcriptomics reveals core and redundant virulence processes in a rapidly evolving fungal plant pathogen. Rothamsted Research. https://doi.org/10.23637/rothamsted.98q90

AuthorsChen, H., King, R., Smith, D., Bayon, C., Ashfield, T., Torriani, S., Kanyuka, K., Hammond-Kosack, K. E., Bieri, S. and Rudd, J. J.
Abstract

Studying genomic variation in rapidly evolving pathogens potentially enables definition of genes supporting their “core biology” present, functional and expressed by all strains or “flexible biology”, varying between strains. Genes supporting flexible biology may be considered to be “accessory”, whilst the “core” gene set is likely to be important for common features of a pathogen species biology, including virulence on all host genotypes. The wheat-pathogenic fungus Zymoseptoria tritici represents one of the most rapidly evolving threats to global food security and was the focus of this study

Year of Publication2022
PublisherRothamsted Research
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.23637/rothamsted.98q90
KeywordsSeptoria
Mycosphaerella graminicola
Dothideales
Publication process dates
Submitted2023
FunderBiotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council
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Funder project or codeBB/J/00426X/1
Designing Future Wheat WP2.2
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CC BY 4.0
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Archive
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Data collection period01 Jan 2016 to end of 31 Dec 2018
Geographic coverageFrance,Germany,Ireland,Great Britain,Belgium,Spain,Italy,Sweden,Poland,Czech Republic,Slovakia
Data collection method

Fungal strains isolated from field samples by Syngenta. Genomes sequenced with Illumina short-reads, assembled, annotated and compared.

Data preparation and processing activities

These are gene functional annotations relating to 17 Zymoseptoria tritici assemblies analysed as a pangenome using PanSeq and submitted to NCBI with the project code PRJNA890236. The assemblies are published with this paper.

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