Supplemental Material for Shorter et al., 2019
datasetposted on 11.03.2019 by John R. Shorter, Maya L. Najarian, Timothy A. Bell, Matthew K. Blanchard, Martin T. Ferris, Pablo Hock, Anwica Kashfeen, Kathryn E. Kirchoff, Colton L. Linnertz, J. Sebastian Sigmon, Darla R. Miller, Leonard McMillan, Fernando Pardo-Manuel de Villena
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Figure S1. The results of a pairwise comparison between 216 MiniMUGA samples and 72 GigaMUGA samples, representing 72 CC strains.
Table S1. The description of CC strains, the sequenced representative sample, and other corresponding information.
Table S2. The heatmap of the pairwise comparison between 216 MiniMUGA samples and 72 GigaMUGA samples.
Table S3. The marker name, chromosome, and position of 3.295 common markers used for pairwise comparison.
Table S4. The marker name, chromosome, and position of 6,293 CC informative MiniMUGA markers used to identify residual heterozygosity in the CC.