I am planning to design primers (to run Sanger sequencing) for assessment of a genome de novo assembly. These primers can be chosen arbitrary, but I prefer to have some meaning of sequenced results, therefore I run BUSCO eukaryote (~400 single-copy orthologs) on the de novo assembly genome. BUSCO run revealed ~60% Complete Single-Copy BUSCOs, but I wonder how could I get to know the name and description of those orthologs in eukaryote set (there are only alignments and numbered code for matches in results)? I really appreciated any help.
Thank you very much in advance!