Joao Pedro Magalhaes and others have been working on sequencing the long-lived naked mole-rat Heterocephalus glaber genome for several years. He recently announced that now they have generated a first assembly of the naked mole-rat genome and made it available online for the community to use.
This preliminary assembly represents >20x coverage of the genome. Because of the lack of annotation, one needs to use BLAST to find naked mole-rat contigs from your gene(s) of interest (he recommends using guinea pig genes as query). They are working to add some basic annotation so users can at least quickly search for homologs of genes of interest.
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