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, The establishment of databases and interfaces was funded by Agence Nationale de la Recherche (GnpAnnot project; ANR-07-GPLA-051G). Wholegenome effector analysis was funded by ANR

, Recombination analysis and P.B. were funded by ANR

B. J. and R. P. , S acknowledges support from the U.S. National Science Foundation, grant number DEB-0717476. B.M.T. was supported in part by the U.S. National Science Foundation, grant number IOS-0924861. Thanks are due to INRA-SPE department, the 'Leptosphaeria maculans' scientific and applied community, J.W

J. K. , C. H. , A. P. Vdw, A. C. , and V. D. ,

J. A. , H. Q. , R. P. , P. W. , M. H. et al., coordinated genome sequencing, annotation and data analyses, and made equivalent contributions as senior authors

M. H. , B was responsible for DNA production; P.W. and J.W. coordinated the sequencing

J. P. , A. C. , and V. A. , performed the sequencing and assembled the genome

J. , was responsible for annotation pipelines, databases and interfaces

V. D. , C. H. , and J. , did the ab initio annotation of gene models

M. M. , A. J. , B. J. , V. D. , C. H. et al., did the cDNA clustering, defined the training set for ab initio gene finder steps and inserted annotation data in the database. Genome statistics were performed by

M. H. , P. B. , L. G. , A. J. , A. P. et al., identified and designed mini-and microsatellite markers

M. H. and A. P. Vdw,

J. K. and R. P. , performed mesosynteny and RIPCAL analyses; A.J.C. and K.M. hybridized electrokaryotypes and annotated NRPSs and PKSs

H. Q. , V. D. , L. G. , and T. R. Tes,

V. D. , J. G. , T. R. , and M. H. , estimated time for TE transposition events

B. M. and J. , carried out RXLR analysis of effector candidates

I. F. , A. Si, J. G. , B. O. , and J. L. , and I.F. performed expression analysis of effectors by reverse transcription-PCR and quantitative reverse transcription-PCR
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A. M. Di-;-l, S. B. , C. B. , G. H. , and B. G. , contributed to comparative genomics approaches. L.D. analysed isochores-like blocks and contributed to comparative analysis with those of mammals