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A diverse host thrombospondin-type-1 repeat protein repertoire promotes symbiont colonization during establishment of cnidarian-dinoflagellate symbiosis

  1. Emilie-Fleur Neubauer
  2. Angela Z Poole
  3. Philipp Neubauer
  4. Olivier Detournay
  5. Kenneth Tan
  6. Simon K Davy  Is a corresponding author
  7. Virginia M Weis  Is a corresponding author
  1. Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
  2. Western Oregon University, United States
  3. Dragonfly Data Science, New Zealand
  4. Planktovie sas, France
  5. Oregon State University, United States
Research Article
Cite this article as: eLife 2017;6:e24494 doi: 10.7554/eLife.24494
10 data sets and 1 additional file

Data availability

The following previously published data sets were used
  1. 1
    Sea anemone genome reveals ancestral eumetazoan gene repertoire and genomic organization
    1. Putnam NH
    2. Srivastava M
    3. Hellsten U
    4. Dirks B
    5. Chapman J
    6. Salamov A
    7. Terry A
    8. Shapiro H
    9. Lindquist E
    10. Kapitonov VV
    11. Jurka J
    12. Genikhovich G
    13. Grigoriev IV
    14. Lucas SM
    15. Steele RE
    16. Finnerty JR
    17. Technau U
    18. Martindale MQ
    19. Rokhsar DS
    (2007)
    Publicly available at NCBI BioProject (accession no. PRJNA19965). This work used the following resource built from this data: http://genome.jgi.doe.gov/Nemve1/Nemve1.home.html.
  2. 2
    Sea anemone genome reveals ancestral eumetazoan gene repertoire and genomic organization
    1. Putnam NH
    2. Srivastava M
    3. Hellsten U
    4. Dirks B
    5. Chapman J
    6. Salamov A
    7. Terry A
    8. Shapiro H
    9. Lindquist E
    10. Kapitonov VV
    11. Jurka J
    12. Genikhovich G
    13. Grigoriev IV
    14. Lucas SM
    15. Steele RE
    16. Finnerty JR
    17. Technau U
    18. Martindale MQ
    19. Rokhsar DS
    (2007)
    Publicly available at NCBI BioProject (accession no. PRJNA12581). This work used the following resource built from this data: http://genome.jgi.doe.gov/Nemve1/Nemve1.home.html.
  3. 3
    Data from: De novo assembly and characterization of four anthozoan (phylum Cnidaria) transcriptomes
    1. Kitchen SA
    2. Crowder CM
    3. Poole AZ
    4. Weis VM
    5. Meyer E
    (2015)
    Available at Dryad Digital Repository under a CC0 Public Domain Dedication. This work used the following resource built from this data: http://people.oregonstate.edu/~meyere/data.htm.
  4. 4
    Developing the anemone Aiptasia as a tractable model for cnidarian-dinoflagellate symbiosis: the transcriptome of aposymbiotic A. pallida
    1. Lehnert EM
    2. Burriesci MS
    3. Pringle JR
    (2012)
    Publicly available at the NCBI Sequence Read Archive (accession no. SRR696721). This work used the following resource built from this data: http://pringlelab.stanford.edu/projects.html.
  5. 5
    The genome of Aiptasia, a sea anemone model for coral symbiosis
    1. Baumgarten S
    2. Simakov O
    3. Esherick LY
    4. Liew YJ
    5. Lehnert EM
    6. Michell CT
    7. Li Y
    8. Hambleton EA
    9. Guse A
    10. Oates ME
    11. Gough J
    12. Weis VM
    13. Aranda M
    14. Pringle JR
    15. Voolstra CR
    (2015)
    Publicly available at NCBI BioProject (accession no. PRJNA261862). This work uses the following resource built from this data: http://aiptasia.reefgenomics.org/.
  6. 6
    Using the Acropora digitifera genome to understand coral responses to environmental change
    1. Shinzato C
    2. Shoguchi E
    3. Kawashima T
    4. Hamada M
    5. Hisata K
    6. Tanaka M
    7. Fujie M
    8. Fujiwara M
    9. Koyanagi R
    10. Ikuta T
    11. Fujiyama A
    12. Miller DJ
    13. Satoh N
    (2011)
    Publicly available at NCBI BioProject (accession no. PRJNA314803). This work uses the following resource built from this data: http://marinegenomics.oist.jp/coral/viewer/info?project_id=3.
  7. 7
    Using the Acropora digitifera genome to understand coral responses to environmental change
    1. Shinzato C
    2. Shoguchi E
    3. Kawashima T
    4. Hamada M
    5. Hisata K
    6. Tanaka M
    7. Fujie M
    8. Fujiwara M
    9. Koyanagi R
    10. Ikuta T
    11. Fujiyama A
    12. Miller DJ
    13. Satoh N
    (2011)
    Publicly available at NCBI BioProject (accession no. PRJDA67425). This work uses the following resource built from this data: http://marinegenomics.oist.jp/coral/viewer/info?project_id=3.
  8. 8
    Whole transcriptome analysis of the coral Acropora millepora reveals complex responses to CO2-driven acidification during the initiation of calcification
    1. Moya A
    2. Huisman L
    3. Ball EE
    4. Hayward DC
    5. Grasso LC
    6. Chua CM
    7. Woo HN
    8. Gattuso J-P
    9. Forêt S
    10. Miller DJ
    (2012)
    Publicly available at NCBI BioProject (accession no. PRJNA74409). This work uses the following resource built from this data: http://www.bio.utexas.edu/research/matz_lab/matzlab/Data.html.
  9. 9
    Draft assembly of the Symbiodinium minutum nuclear genome reveals dinoflagellate gene structure
    1. Shoguchi E
    2. Shinzato C
    3. Kawashima T
    4. Gyoja F
    5. Mungpakdee S
    6. Koyanagi R
    7. Takeuchi T
    8. Hisata K
    9. Tanaka M
    10. Fujiwara M
    11. Hamada M
    12. Seidi A
    13. Fujie M
    14. Usami T
    15. Goto H
    16. Yamasaki S
    17. Arakaki N
    18. Suzuki Y
    19. Sugano S
    20. Toyoda A
    21. Kuroki Y
    22. Fujiyama A
    23. Medina M
    24. Coffroth MA
    25. Bhattacharya D
    26. Satoh N
    (2013)
    Publicly available at NCBI BioProject (accession no. PRJDB732). This work uses the following resource built from this data: http://marinegenomics.oist.jp/symb/viewer/info?project_id=21.
  10. 10
    Genomes of coral dinoflagellate symbionts highlight evolutionary adaptations conducive to a symbiotic lifestyle
    1. Aranda M
    2. Li Y
    3. Liew YJ
    4. Baumgarten S
    5. Simakov O
    6. Wilson MC
    7. Piel J
    8. Ashoor H
    9. Bougouffa S
    10. Bajic VB
    11. Ryu T
    12. Ravasi T
    13. Bayer T
    14. Micklem G
    15. Kim H
    16. Bhak J
    17. LaJeunesse TC
    18. Voolstra CR
    (2016)
    Publicly available at NCBI BioProject (accession no. PRJNA292355). This work uses the following resource built from this data: http://smic.reefgenomics.org/.

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