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|primates||NCBI primate genomes (200 assemblies)|
|mammals||NCBI mammal genomes (482 assemblies)|
|birds||NCBI bird genomes (299 assemblies)|
|fishes||NCBI fish genomes (337 assemblies)|
|vertebrate||NCBI other vertebrate genomes (167 assemblies)|
|invertebrate||NCBI invertebrate genomes (628 assemblies)|
|fungi||NCBI fungi genomes (612 assemblies)|
|plants||NCBI plant genomes (249 assemblies)|
|viral||NCBI virus genomes (264 assemblies)|
|bacteria||NCBI bacteria genomes (73 assemblies)|
|collections below are subsets of the assemblies above|
|VGP||Vertebrate Genomes Project collection (651 assemblies)|
|CCGP||The California Conservation Genomics Project (126 assemblies)|
|HPRC||Human Pangenome Reference Consortium (96 assemblies)|
|globalReference||Global Human Reference genomes, January 2020 (10 assemblies)|
|mouseStrains||16 mouse strain assembly and track hub, May 2017|
|legacy||NCBI genomes legacy/superseded by newer versions (400 assemblies)|
Please note: text file listing of 3716 genome assembly hubs
Please note, the invertebrate category contains more than just invertebrate animals. Until these clades are sorted out, with extra categories created, you will also find parasites, protozoa, and other single celled eukaryotes in the invertebrate grouping.
Please use the Assembly Request page to find and request GenBank assemblies that have not yet been included in the collections here.
To reference these resources in publications, please credit:
Clawson, H., Lee, B.T., Raney, B.J. et al.
GenArk: towards a million UCSC genome browsers.
Genome Biol 24, 217 (2023). https://doi.org/10.1186/s13059-023-03057-x