Eimeria tenella whole genome NGS, oocysts at 16 hours of sporulation and 24 hours of sporulation

Published: 23 May 2024| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/547wwd5jfr.1
Perryn Kruth


Eimeria tenella oocysts at 16 hours of sporulation elapsed: 22-024020-0003_S3_L001_R_001 Eimeria tenella oocysts at 24 hours of sporulation elapsed: 22-024020-0004_S4_L001_R_001 Six additional timepoints were sequenced, see: DOI: 10.17632/xf6rggrsn6.1 (Eimeria tenella whole genome NGS, unsporulated oocysts and oocysts at 8 hours of sporulation) DOI: 10.17632/547wwd5jfr.1 (Eimeria tenella whole genome NGS, oocysts at 16 hours of sporulation and 24 hours of sporulation) DOI: 10.17632/frxnm8vyys.1 (Eimeria tenella whole genome NGS, oocysts at 381 hours of sporulation and 835 hours of sporulation) Relative abundance of each organellar genome was estimated based on the proportion of reads at each time point that mapped to the mitochondrial, apicoplast, and nuclear genomes, see: Kruth, P.S. (2024). Molecular Investigation of Exogenous Stages of Eimeria tenella: Expression of Fragmented Mitochondrial rDNA, Organellar Genome Dynamics, and Development of a Transcriptional Activity-Based Assay for Measuring Oocyst Viability. [Doctoral dissertation, University of Guelph, Ontario Veterinary College, Department of Pathobiology]. UofG Atrium, https://hdl.handle.net/10214/28208.


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Paired end 300 bp reads were generated using an Illumina MiSeq System (Illumina Inc., San Diego, California, USA).


University of Guelph


Apicomplexa, Eimeria, Eimeria tenella, Coccidiosis


Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada


Ontario Regional Priorities Partnership Program (ON-RP3; Ontario Genomics, Agricultural Adaptation Council, and Genome Canada)