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Draft genome sequencing and assembly of Favolaschia claudopus CIRM-BRFM 2984 isolated from oak limbs

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Favolaschia claudopus, a wood-inhabiting basidiomycete of the Mycenaceae family, is considered an invasive species that has recently spread from Oceania to Europe. The CIRM-BRFM 2984 strain of this fungus was originally isolated from a basidiome collected from the fallen limb of a decayed oak tree in Southwest France. The genome sequence of this strain shared characteristics with other Mycenaceae species, including a large genome size and enriched content of protein-coding genes. The genome sequence provided here will facilitate further investigation on the factors that contribute to the successful global dissemination of F. claudopus.
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hal-04470283 , version 1 (21-02-2024)

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David Navarro, Elodie Drula, Delphine Chaduli, Robert Cazenave, Steven Ahrendt, et al.. Draft genome sequencing and assembly of Favolaschia claudopus CIRM-BRFM 2984 isolated from oak limbs. Journal of Genomics, 2024, 12, pp.44-46. ⟨10.7150/jgen.92255⟩. ⟨hal-04470283⟩
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