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Science Features NRGene’s Bread Wheat Genome Infrastructure

2018-08-16T21:10:28+00:00August, 2018|

After two years of fine-tuning by global team of researchers, comprehensive bread wheat genome now available Ness Ziona, Israel – 16 August 2018 – The complete genome of bread wheat is now available to researchers worldwide to better understand the genetics and traits within the world’s most important crop. Under the International Wheat Genome Sequencing Consortium [...]

NRGene Delivers to Global Researchers Multiple Maize Genomes Toward the First Maize Pangenome

2018-08-02T10:16:55+00:00August, 2018|

Assembly of multiple varieties of maize to assist the efficient breeding of more productive varieties, gene editing, and the discovery of key agronomical traits Ness Ziona, Israel – 1 August 2018 – The de novo genome assembly of diverse lines of maize gives researchers unique insights into the diversity and evolution of the species. In the [...]

NRGene Assembles First Accurate Buckwheat Genome

2018-07-11T13:30:31+00:00July, 2018|

Ness Ziona, Israel – 11 July 2018 – Buckwheat researchers from Japan now have access to the most accurate genome available, thanks to NRGene. The project was done with Dr. Yasuo Yasui, a renowned buckwheat scientist, in cooperation with GeneBay, NRGene’s partner in Japan. The results were presented yesterday at the annual meeting of the Society [...]

The maize W22 genome provides a foundation for functional genomics and transposon biology

2018-09-17T10:50:36+00:00July, 2018|

Author : Nathan M. Springer, Sarah N. Anderson, Carson M. Andorf, Kevin R. Ahern, Fang Bai, Omer Barad, W. Brad Barbazuk, Hank W. Bass, Kobi Baruch, Gil Ben-Zvi, Edward S. Buckler, Robert Bukowski, Michael S. Campbell, Ethalinda K. S. Cannon, Paul Chomet, R. Kelly Dawe, Ruth Davenport, Hugo K. Dooner, Limei He Du, Chunguang Du, Katherine A. [...]

New de novo assembly of the Atlantic bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) improves genome completeness and provides haplotype phasing.

2018-08-02T16:37:08+00:00July, 2018|

Author : Karine A Martinez-Viaud, Cindy Taylor Lawley, Milmer Martinez Vergara, Gil Ben-Zvi, Tammy Biniashvili, Kobi Baruch, Judy St. Leger, Jennie Le, Aparna Natarjan, Marlem Rivera, Narbie Gillergan, Erich Jaeger, Brian Steffy, Alexey Zimin

Major step forward in chickpea and pigeonpea research – reference genome data assembled

2018-05-30T18:34:09+00:00May, 2018|

Ness Ziona, Israel | Hyderabad, Telangana│ (30 May 2018): Breeding high nutritional varieties of chickpea and pigeonpea just got easier. With new technology, genomic processes that could have taken years have been completed in just a few months. This has been possible by work of scientists from the International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics [...]

Independent assessment and improvement of wheat genome sequence assemblies using Fosill jumping libraries

2018-08-02T16:08:58+00:00May, 2018|

Author : Fu-Hao Lu, Neil McKenzie, George Kettleborough, Darren Heavens, Matthew D. Clark and Michael W. Bevan

NRGene Assembles Soy Genomes

2018-03-29T09:51:21+00:00March, 2018|

Critical step in strengthening productivity of world’s most popular vegetarian oil and protein source Ness Ziona, Israel & Columbia, Missouri - March 28, 2018 – Dr. Henry Nguyen, a Curators’ distinguished professor of plant sciences in the University of Missouri College of Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources, has employed NRGene DeNovoMAGICTM, the world’s most popular genome [...]