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MG-RAST abundance values and filtering with SEEDs subsystem issue metagenome

Hi, I am working with annotating my metagenomes through the MG-RAST pipeline, annotating them with taxonomy and function. For this study we are interested in understanding phosphorus metabolism. To summarise, MG-RAST has a filtering option where you can filter by different levels in subsystems or refseq. When I use the…

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File No. of MG-RAST

File No. of MG-RAST 0 Does anyone know what kind of data ‘File 299.1’ in MG-RAST? While I was downloading raw data by specifying ‘File 050.1’, some came out with error {“ERROR”:”requested file (050.1) is suppressed; try file=299.1″} Can’t find out what kind of data 299.1 would be. MG-RAST Metagenome…

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CD Genomics Perspective: Bioinformatic Analysis for Microbial Metagenomics

Introduction to Bioinformatics for Microbial Metagenomics In microbial ecology, metagenomic techniques are now widely utilized to research microbial communities in greater depth, including many strains that cannot be produced in the lab. Microbial bioinformatics may now be used to mine large metagenomic datasets for broad patterns that govern microbial communities….

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Metagenomics survey of major metabolic network of sunflower microbiota

Abstract The microbial communities inhabiting the root, termed the rhizosphere, are in a symbiotic association with their host. However, the plant-microbe interaction study at its current stage is still an evolving field of science. Though still largely unexplored, the soil consists of a metabolically active microbiome where microorganisms are abundant….

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