This website has been created to accompany the publication (in press):

Genome and transcriptome analyses of the mountain pine beetle-fungal symbiont Grosmannia clavigera, a lodgepole pine pathogen.

Scott DiGuistini, Ye Wang, Nancy Y. Liao, Greg Taylor, Philippe Tanguay, Nicolas Feau, Bernard Henrissat, Simon K. Chan, Uljana Hesse-Orce, Sepideh Massoumi Alamouti, Clement K. M. Tsui, Roderick T. Docking, Anthony Levasseur, Sajeet Haridas, Gordon Robertson, Inanc Birol, Robert A. Holt, Marco A. Marra, Richard C. Hamelin, Martin Hirst, Steven J.M. Jones, Joerg Bohlmann and Colette Breuil

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (MS#2010-11289)

This publication extends earlier work in which we generated a de novo draft genome assembly: http://genomebiology.com/2009/10/9/R94

What you will find here:

Some additional information regarding Grosmannia clavigera under the About page.

A web version of the supplementary figure that describes co-expression clusters. The figure is hyperlinked to the genome browser within the RNAseq page.

A GMOD Genome Browser that gives access to the genome sequence and additional annotations described in the publication.

The project data can be found under NCBI Genome PID: 39847.

G. clavigera

The ophiostomatoid fungus Grosmannia clavigera (anamorph: Leptographium clavigerum) is a haploid filamentous ascomycetes and a symbiont of the bark beetle Dendroctonus ponderosae (MPB), which is a native beetle of western North American pine forests. MPB outbreaks affect not only commercial conifer forests but also parks, protected areas and urban forests. The current epidemic has killed lodgepole pine across more than 16 million hectares of British Columbia.