Supplemental Material for Fijarczyk et al., 2020
datasetposted on 30.06.2020 by Anna Fijarczyk, Mathieu Hénault, Souhir Marsit, Guillaume Charron, Tobias Fischborn, Luc Nicole-Labrie, Christian R. Landry
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Figure S1 shows pictures of colonies and cells of the Jean-Talon strain. Figure S2 shows lack of evidence for gene flow between Jean-Talon and other Saccharomyces species. Figure S3 shows results of CNV analyses in yeast strains. Figure S4 shows translocations from genome assembly and simulations. Figure S5 shows read length distribution of datasets used in the study. Figure S6 shows results of translocation detection using split mapping. Figure S7 shows results of translocation detection using draft assemblies. Table S1 contains description of strains used in the growth assay. Table S2 contains metadata of strains mapped and genotyped in this study. Table S3 contains estimates of divergence time between Jean-Talon and related beer strains. File S1 contains code used to analyse the data and plot the figures. File S2 is a VCF file with SNPs of the Jean-Talon and strains from the Fay et al. dataset. File S3 is a VCF file with SNPs of the Jean-Talon and strains from the 1000 yeast dataset. File S4 is a VCF file with SNPs of all yeast strains mapped and genotyped in this study. File S5 is a VCF file with polyploid genotypes of strains related to the Jean-Talon. File S6 contains estimates of scaled coverage obtained with Control-FREEC in 250 bp windows for all strains mapped in this study. File S7 contains gain and loss variants obtained with Control-FREEC for all strains mapped in this study.