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Concerning the Myzus persicae genomic resources:

Myzus persicae genomic sequence data are being made available in advance of publication. These data should be regarded as preliminary, as they are incomplete and may contain errors. Please feel free to download as many individual sequences as are necessary for your research. However, the whole-genome analysis, comparison of the full data set to other genomes, and the initial publication of the Myzus persicae genome should be left to the investigators involved in this project.

This prepublication data release is in accordance with the Bermuda and Fort Lauderdale agreements and the more recent Toronto Statement (Toronto International Data Release Workshop 2009), which provides guidelines for both data generators and data users. The IAGC asks that users adhere to each of these policies and refrain from publishing any global analysis of the GPA genome. Global analysis includes the identification of complete (whole genome) sets of genomic features such as genes, gene families, regulatory elements, repeat structures and GC content. Global analysis also includes chromosome wide or whole-genome scale comparisons with other species and reassemblies of the GPA data.

Password access is provided so that we can report the number of distinct users of this site to our granting agencies. Individual sequence searches are not tracked or recorded.

If you write a publication involving Myzus persicae sequences downloaded from this site, please include the following statement in the acknowledgements section: "DNA sequence data were downloaded from AphidBase, http://www.aphidbase.com/aphidbase/. Funding for Myzus persicae clone G006 genomic sequencing was provided by USDA-NIFA award 2010-65105-20558. Funding for Myzus persicae clone O genomic sequencing was provided by The Genome Analyses Centre (TGAC) Capacity and Capability Challenge programme project CCC-15 and BB/J004553/1 from the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) and the John Innes Foundation."

For more information about the GPA clone O and its assembly, read this document.

Concerning the Daktulosphaira vitifoliae (grape phylloxera) genomic resources:

Daktulosphaira vitifoliae genomic sequence data are being made available in advance of publication. These data should be regarded as preliminary, as they are incomplete and may contain errors. Please feel free to download as many individual sequences as are necessary for your research. However, the whole-genome analysis, comparison of the full data set to other genomes, and the initial publication of the Daktulosphaira vitifoliae genome should be left to the investigators involved in this project.

This prepublication data release is in accordance with the Fort Lauderdale agreement and the more recent Toronto Statement (Toronto International Data Release Workshop 2009), which provide guidelines for both data generators and data users. The International Aphid Genomics Consortium (IAGC) asks that users adhere to each of these policies and refrain from publishing any global analysis of the Daktulosphaira vitifoliae genome. Global analyses include the identification of complete (whole genome) sets of genomic features such as (but not exclusively) genes, gene families, regulatory elements, repeat structures and GC content. Global analyses also include chromosome-wide or whole-genome scale comparisons with other species and reassemblies of the Daktulosphaira vitifoliae data.

Global analysis of the Daktulosphaira vitifoliae is not closed: anyone willing to offer to IAGC their expertise should contact the IAGC via Dr. Denis Tagu (denis.tagu@inra.fr) to see whether proposed analyses can be integrated in the genome project driven by the community. The IAGC opens the manual annotation of protein/gene families to colleagues in the community who are willing engage with the IAGC. If you would like to engage in community annotation of the D. vitifoliae genome, please contact denis.tagu@inra.fr. People willing to participate to this manual annotation are welcome. They can fill the dedicated GoogleDoc. The analyses will be part of the genome paper, and thus the participants to these analyses will agree to the following:

  • A genome paper will be prepared and submitted and authored by « IAGC »
  • A complete list of participants and affiliations will be provided at the end of the manuscript
  • Discussions with the journal editors will be initiated to certify that anyone of this author-list will be registered in PudMed, Web of Science, ...

In parallel, the IAGC will provide on AphidBase to the community the Official Gene Set, an orthology-based annotation (PhylomeDB), transposable elements and repeat mapping, as well as the web-apollo tool and training for manual curation.

Password access is provided after a short comment on the purpose of the requester’s work, so that we can report the number of distinct users of this site to our granting agencies. Individual sequence searches are not tracked or recorded.

To get access to these resources, you will need to register here first.

Before writing a publication involving Daktulosphaira vitifoliae sequences downloaded from this site, you must contact denis.tagu@inra.fr.

After authorization by IAGC, add this sentence in acknowledgment of your manuscript: “Funding for Daktulosphaira vitifoliae clone Pcf genomic sequencing was provided by Inra (AIP Bioressources) and BGI Biotech in the frame of i5k initiative. Parts of the transcriptomic resources were obtained within the 1KITE projects (Bernhard Misof, Bonn, Germany).

Concerning the Aphis glycines Genomic Resources:

Aphis glycines genomic sequence data are now available before publication (a manuscript will be submitted soon). Please feel free to download as many individual sequences as are necessary for your research.

This prepublication data release is in accordance with the Bermuda and Fort Lauderdale agreements and the more recent Toronto Statement (Toronto International Data Release Workshop 2009), which provides guidelines for both data generators and data users. The IAGC asks that users adhere to each of these policies and refrain from publishing any global analysis of this draft A. glycines genome until manuscript acceptance. Global analysis includes the identification of complete (whole genome) sets of genomic features such as genes, gene families, regulatory elements, repeat structures and GC content. Global analysis also includes chromosome wide or whole-genome scale comparisons with other species and re-assemblies of the Aphis glycines draft genome data.

Password access is provided so that we can report the number of distinct users of this site to our granting agencies. Individual sequence searches are not tracked or recorded.

To get access to these resources, you will need to register first.

If you write a publication involving A. glycines sequences downloaded from this site, please include the following statement in the acknowledgements section: "DNA sequence data were downloaded from AphidBase, http://www.aphidbase.com/aphidbase/. Funding for the draft A. glycines genome was provided by USDA-NIFA Award 2012-34103-19739, The Center for Applied Plant Sciences at The Ohio State University, The Ohio Soybean Council and The North Central Soybean Research Program.”