SCIENCE CHINA Life Sciences, Volume 62 , Issue 9 : 1257-1260(2019) https://doi.org/10.1007/s11427-019-9822-2

Update soybean Zhonghuang 13 genome to a golden reference

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  • ReceivedJul 22, 2019
  • AcceptedAug 19, 2019
  • PublishedAug 21, 2019


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Funded by

the National Key Research & Development Program of China(2017YFD0101305)

National Natural Science Foundation of China(31525018,31788103)

and the State Key Laboratory of Plant Cell and Chromosome Engineering(PCCE-KF-2019-05)


This work was supported by the National Key Research & Development Program of China (2017YFD0101305), National Natural Science Foundation of China (31525018, 31788103), and the State Key Laboratory of Plant Cell and Chromosome Engineering (PCCE-KF-2019-05).

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The author(s) declare that they have no conflict of interest.



Table S1 Comparison of Gmax_ZH13 and Gmax_ZH13_v2.0

Table S2 Genome annotation of protein coding genes and non-coding genes (gff3 format)

Table S3 Chromosome location of TEs with clear structural boundaries

Table S4 Transposable element and repeat sequence composition in the Gmax_ZH13_v2.0 genome

Table S5 Chromosome location of repeat sequences

Table S6 Locations of centromere region for each chromosome

Table S7 Expression pattern of protein coding genes in 27 different soybean samples

Table S8 Expression pattern of miRNA in 27 different soybean samples

Supplemental File 1 Materials and methods

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  • Figure 1

    Update of Gmax_ZH13_v2.0 genome. A, Pipeline for genome assembly. B, Distribution of genome features. Tracks from outer to inner circles indicate chromosomes, and density of protein coding genes, repeat sequence, snoRNA, tRNA, miRNA, snRNA and rRNA, respectively. The black blocks on the outer circle indicate regions enriched of Cent91/92 (a soybean-specific centromeric repeat). C, Expression profiling of protein coding genes (left panel) and miRNAs (right panel) in 27 samples from different tissues of different development stages. D, An example of miRNA (top panel) to repress its target gene expression (bottom panel).


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