Metagenome-assembled genomes associated with the paper 'Tracking microbial evolution in the human gut using Hi-C reveals extensive horizontal gene transfer, persistence and adaptation'
- This dataset includes Metagenome-assembled genomes (MAGs) recovered from the gut micriobiome of two healthy subjects. Attributed of the MAGs are specified in a table for each subject. Table columns are id (MAG identifier), length_bp (length of MAG in basepairs), accession (NCBI accession of closest reference genome), species_name (species taxon name of closest reference genome), strain_name (strain taxon name of closest reference genome, if relevant), core_fraction (percentage of MAG sequence that maps successfully to the reference genome), and core_identity (average nucleotide identity of MAG sequence that maps successfully to the reference genome).
|Type of resource
|Relman, David A.
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- Preferred Citation
- Eitan Yaffe and David A. Relman. (2019). Metagenome-assembled genomes associated with the paper 'Tracking microbial evolution in the human gut using Hi-C reveals extensive horizontal gene transfer, persistence and adaptation'. Stanford Digital Repository. Available at: https://purl.stanford.edu/fd871xp9063
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