// Consortia

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A Pan-Genome consortium project aims to capture the broad genetic diversity of a specific crop. Each project is organized by a group of academic researches and commercial companies seeking to combine their scientific resources to advance the research and knowledge of their crop for them and the scientific community at large

*May vary between crops

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*May vary between crops

The de novo assembled genome sequences included in the consortium
(as pseudo chromosomes).

Genome-to-Genome Mapping files - direct linear mappings between genomes and the reference genome.

Homology based annotation.

PAV/CNV and SV pair-wise analysis using PanMAGICTM .**

Our Approach

PanMAGIC provides members with a base-pair resolution comparison of several varieties within a species and maps an unbiased placement of sequence data. PanMAGIC provides a unique analysis of gene copy number, presence/absence and structural variations which creates a comprehensive diversity analysis giving breeders insights to the uniqueness of their own lines as well as the lines of other members. This comprehensive infrastructure lays the foundation for enhanced and unbiased downstream genetic analysis and will uncover the full diversity of a species.

How Can You Use It?

PanMAGIC provides members with a base-pair resolution comparison of several varieties within a species and maps an unbiased placement of sequence data. PanMAGIC provides a unique analysis of gene copy number, presence/absence and structural variations which creates a comprehensive diversity analysis giving breeders insights to the uniqueness of their own lines as well as the lines of other members. This comprehensive infrastructure lays the foundation for enhanced and unbiased downstream genetic analysis and will uncover the full diversity of a species.

PanMAGIC™

PanMAGIC™ is an analytic service that delivers the mapping and gene space comparison between several assembled genomes of the same organism. An all-to-all mapping of the genomes is performed after arrangement into pseudo chromosomes, then transcriptomic data is mapped to each of the genomes and a pair-wise comparison of the genic content of the genomes is conducted resulting in detection of SV (structural variations, e.g. translocations), PAVs (Presence/Absence Variation), and CNVs (Copy Number Variations).

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