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Title: Underpinning genomic resources for invasive New Zealand rats
Provider: University of Otago / CSIRO
Outputs: [Database] Aotearoa Genomic Data Repository

[Database] GenBank Rattus rattus (black rat) Genome Assembly and Annotation Report

Title: Realistic population modelling of gene drive strategies for rodent control in NZ
Provider: Cornell University / Manaaki Whenua – Landcare Research
Outputs: [Paper] Haller BC, Messer PW (2019). SLiM 3: Forward Genetic Simulations Beyond the Wright–Fisher Model. Molecular Biology and Evolution 36(3): 632–637.

[Report] Diaz PG (2019) Systematic review of the population and spatial ecology of invasive rats and house mice (Rattus spp. and Mus musculus) in New Zealand. Manaaki Whenua – Landcare Research Contract Report LC3446

[Paper] Champer J et al. (2020) Performance analysis of novel toxin antidote CRISPR gene drive systems. BMC Biology 18:27.

[Paper] Champer SE et al. (2020) Computational and experimental performance of CRISPR homing gene drive strategies with multiplexed gRNAs. Sci. Adv. 2020; 6 : eaaz0525

[Paper] Champer J et al. (2020) A toxin-antidote CRISPR gene drive system for regional population modification. Nature Communications 11, 1082

[Paper] Champer SE et al. (2021) Suppression gene drive in continuous space can result in unstable persistence of both drive and wild-type alleles. Molecular Ecology 30(4): 1086-1101

[Paper] Champer SE at al (2021) Modeling CRISPR gene drives for suppression of invasive rodents using a supervised machine learning framework. PLoS Comput Biol 17(12): e1009660.
Title: Stoat genome assembly, and landscape genetics
Provider: Manaaki Whenua – Landcare Research
Outputs: [Database] GenBank Mustela erminea (ermine) Genome Assembly and Annotation Report
Title: Evaluating the potential of foliage penetrating radar systems for detecting brushtail possum in New Zealand forests and scoping novel technologies for advancing PF2050’s mission.
Provider: Environment & Conservation Technologies
Outputs: [Report] Current and Near-Future Technology for a Predator Free New Zealand

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