This track shows the position of gaps — represented by Ns — within
the C. intestinalis assembly. Gaps of 50 or more bases were most
likely introduced by the JGI JAZZ assembler.
For a discussion of gaps and the JAZZ assembler see
Dehal, P. et al. (2002) in the References section below.
Display Conventions and Configuration
Gaps are represented by boxes. If the relative order and orientation of
the contigs on either side of the gap is known from mRNA, ESTs, or paired BAC
end reads, it is a bridged gap, indicated by a white line drawn
through the box. The display must be sufficiently zoomed in to view this
feature. In full display mode, the item label indicates the type of gap and
whether the gap is bridged.
Murphy WJ, Eizirik E, O'Brien SJ, Madsen O, Scally M, Douady CJ, Teeling E, Ryder OA, Stanhope MJ,
de Jong WW et al.
The draft genome of Ciona intestinalis: insights into chordate and vertebrate origins.
Science. 2002 Dec 13;298(5601):2157-67.