These genome and transcriptome sequence data were obtained through government grant funds from the National Science Foundation, United States Department of Agriculture National Research Initiative, Kentucky Biomedical Research Infrastructure Network-Kentucky IDeA Networks for Biomedical Research Excellence, UK Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council, and Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, with the following grant numbers:

  • NSF EF-0523661
  • USDA-NRI 2005-35319-16141
  • NIH 2 P20 RR-16481
  • NIH-NIGMS R01GM086888
  • USDA-AFRI 2012-67013-19384
  • Kentucky Science and Technology Co., Inc. KSEF-148-502-09-247
  • BBSRC BBG0204181
  • DFG Tu50/17-1

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Schardl CL, Young CA, Hesse U, Amyotte SG, Andreeva K, Calie PJ, Fleetwood DJ, Haws DC, Moore N, Oeser B, Panaccione DG, Schweri KK, Voisey CR, Farman ML, Jaromczyk JW, Roe BA, O'Sullivan DM, Scott B, Tudzynski P, An Z, Arnaoudova EG, Bullock CT, Charlton ND, Chen L, Cox M, Dinkins RD, Florea S, Glenn AE, Gordon A, Güldener U, Harris DR, Hollin W, Jaromczyk J, Johnson RD, Khan AK, Leistner E, Leuchtmann A, Li C, Liu J, Liu J, Liu M, Mace W, Machado C, Nagabhyru P, Pan J, Schmid J, Sugawara K, Steiner U, Takach J, Tanaka E, Webb JS, Wilson EV, Wiseman JL, Yoshida R, Zeng Z. 2013. Plant-symbiotic fungi as chemical engineers: multi-genome analysis of the Clavicipitaceae reveals dynamics of alkaloid loci. PLoS Genet 9(2):e1003323, doi:10.1371/journal.pgen.1003323.

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