We provide three assemblies for BLAST search of the A. mexicanum genome. To get search results faster, limit the number of sequences in your query.
1. The Amex_PQ.v4 database was built from a chromosomal scale assembly reported by Smith et al 2019. For small chromosomes, the results of BLAST searches are reported for the entire chromosome. For large chromosomes, the results of BLAST searches are reported for P or Q chromosome arms, or regions within P or Q chromosome arms.
For example, Chr1P is split into Chr1P:0-1,000,000,000 and Chr1P:1,000,000,000-1,477,091,900. In this case, alignments are reported relative to the position 0 or 1,000,000,000. A Chr1P alignment spanning 4,500 - 5,300 will be reported as either Chr1P:4500-5300 or Chr1P:1,000,004,500-1,000,005,300.
3. The Amex_female.v1 database was built from an assembly used by Keinath et al 2018 to identify the sex-determining region in the axolotl genome.