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Supporting data for "Evolutionary trajectories of snake genes and genomes revealed by comparative analyses of five-pacer viper"

Huang, Y; Jin, L; Li, Q; Lian, J; Lin, Z; Lu, B; Qiu, B; Qiu, P; Su, X; Wang, Z; Wen, B; Yan, G; Yin, W; Zhang, G; Zhang, P; Zhou, Y; Zhu, W; Zhou, Q (2016): Supporting data for "Evolutionary trajectories of snake genes and genomes revealed by comparative analyses of five-pacer viper" GigaScience Database. RIS BibTeX Text

The five-pacer viper (Deinagkistrodon acutus) is a venomous snake living in Southern China, characterized by a triangular head and upturned rostral. Its venom, as a potent hemotoxin that is strongly hemorrhagic, is dangerous for people and is a potential medicine for thrombosis. It is also an excellent model for limb development, sex chromosome evolution and venom evolution et al. Sequencing the D. acutus genome and comparing it with other representative snakes and lizard will reveal numerous insights into the major genomic adaptive/degenerative changes occurred at the ancestor and along individual branches of snakes, and would also promote current antivenom therapy and drug discovery out of the viper toxins. Data include autosomes and Z scaffolds from male data and W scaffolds from female data.

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BioProject: PRJNA314559

Accessions (data not in GigaDB):

BioProject: PRJNA314443


Samples: Table Settings


Common Name
Scienfic Name
Sample Attributes
Taxonomic ID
Genbank Name

Sample IDTaxonomic IDCommon NameGenbank NameScientific NameSample Attributes
SAMN0453492336307 Chinese moccasinDeinagkistrodon acutus Sex:male
Common name:Chinese moccasin snake
SAMN0453492436307 Chinese moccasinDeinagkistrodon acutus Sex:female
Common name:Chinese moccasin snake
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File Format
Release Date
Download Link
File Attributes

File NameSample IDFile TypeFile FormatSizeRelease Date 
Coding sequenceFASTA10.09 MB2016-08-09
Sequence assemblyFASTA417.61 MB2016-08-08
AnnotationGFF14.99 MB2016-08-08
Protein sequenceFASTA6.48 MB2016-08-09
Repeat sequenceFASTA37.97 MB2016-08-09
MD5sumTEXT0.12 KB2016-08-08
ReadmeTEXT0.82 KB2016-08-08
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