The Medicago truncatula sequencing project was initiated with a generous grant from Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation to the University of Oklahoma. Beginning in 2003 (and renewed in 2006), the National Science Foundation and the European Union's Sixth Framework Programme provided funding to complete sequencing of the euchromatic genespace. Among the eight chromosomes in Medicago, six were sequenced in the US by the NSF-funded projects, one (chromosome 5) was sequenced in France by Genoscope with funding from the EU and INRA, and one (chromosome 3) was sequenced in the United Kingdom with funding from the EU and BBSRC. [MORE]
Annotation Statistics Mt4.0v1
|Type||High Conf.||Low Conf.||Total||Gene Models
Assembly Statistics Mt4.0v1
|Type||Real Bases||NNN bases||Total Bases||%t Real||% OM aligned|
|Chr Total||366 MB||18 Mb||384 Mb||95.2%||85.7%
|Unplaced||24 MB||4 Mb||28 Mb||84.8%||-
Please visit our Downloads page for various genome assembly and annotation files.
Genome Assembly: Mt4.0 chromosome and unplaced scaffold sequences.
- Assembly FASTA
- Optical Map XML files
- Mt3.5 to Mt4.0 conversion table
- Protein and CDS FASTA files
- Gene and TE GFF3 files
- Promoter FASTA files
Genome Annotation: Gene predictions in FASTA and GFF3 formats.
Search the Medicago truncatula annotation database and obtain a report of the predicted coding region.
Keyword search: (e.g., kinase AND serine)
Locus Id search:(e.g., Medtr5g024510, Medtr2g011160)