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SRX2361323: Recovery of uncultivated bacterial and archaeal genomes substantially flesh out the tree of life: Sample Candidatus Micrarchaeota archaeon UBA510
1 ILLUMINA (Illumina HiSeq 2000) run: 372,265 spots, 62.5M bases, 33.5Mb downloads

Design: Genome coverage :61.96 Assembly method and version: CLC de novo assembler4.4.1 Mapping method and version: BWA (BWA-MEM)0.7.12-r1039
Submitted by: University of Queensland
Study: Recovery of nearly 8,000 uncultivated bacterial and archaeal genomes substantially flesh out the tree of life
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Challenges in cultivating microorganisms have limited the phylogenetic diversity of currently available microbial genomes. This is being addressed by advances in sequencing throughput and computational techniques that allow for the cultivation-independent recovery of high-quality bacterial and archaeal genomes directly from metagenomic data. In this study, we recovered 7,903 uncultivated genomes from >1,000 metagenomes available from the Sequence Read Archive. These genomes increase the phylogenetic diversity of current archaeal and bacterial genome trees by >30%.
Sample: Uncultivated Candidatus Micrarchaeota archaeon UBA510 genome recovered from SRX103569
SAMN06027347 • SRS1809701 • All experiments • All runs
Library:
Name: SRX103569.b4
Instrument: Illumina HiSeq 2000
Strategy: WGS
Source: METAGENOMIC
Selection: RANDOM
Layout: PAIRED
Experiment attributes:
alignment_software: BWA (BWA-MEM)
Runs: 1 run, 372,265 spots, 62.5M bases, 33.5Mb
Run# of Spots# of BasesSizePublished
SRR5037185372,26562.5M33.5Mb2017-09-14

ID:
3444526

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