We have created several additional assemblies as part of the Danioniae Sequencing Project. These include D. rerio strains (SAT, AB, Cooch Behar, Nadia) and close relatives from the Danio and Danionella clade. The assemblies are publicly available, please consult our data release policy.
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Data Release Policy
The Zebrafish Genomes Project releases sequence data and variant calls as a service to the research community. These data are released in accordance with the Fort Lauderdale agreement and Toronto agreements. As producers of these data we reserve the right to be the first to publish a genome-wide analysis of the data we have generated. The pre-publication data that we release via this website is embargoed for publication except for analyses of single chromosomes in single strains or single gene loci across multiple strains. We strongly encourage researchers to contact us if there are any queries about referencing or publishing analysis based on pre-publication data obtained via this website. More information on the Wellcome Sanger Institute’s data sharing policy.
If you have a query about using the project data in your studies or publications, we are happy to answer any queries and can be contacted at email@example.com
Download the latest D. rerio Tu reference assembly.
Data on zebrafish genome assembly curation by the GRC.
Browse and compare multiple zebrafish genome assemblies, assess assembly quality.
Genome assemblies for multiple D. rerio strains and additional Danio anmd Danionella species.
Ensembl Genome Browser
Ensembl contains the latest zebrafish assembly, including the gene set generated by merging manual annotation by the Havana team with the ...
Programmes and Facilities
This sequencing centre plans on publishing the completed and annotated sequences in a peer-reviewed journal as soon as possible. Permission of the principal investigator should be obtained before publishing analyses of the sequence/open reading frames/genes on a chromosome or genome scale. See our data sharing policy.