Data from: Oral microbiomes from hunter-gatherers and traditional farmers reveal shifts in commensal balance and pathogen load linked to diet

Lassalle F, Spagnoletti M, Fumagalli M, Shaw L, Dyble M, Walker C, Thomas MG, Bamberg Migliano A, Balloux F

Date Published: November 20, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.sn00q

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Description Phylosift (Darling et al., PeerJ, 2014) was run on sequencing read sets obtained using Illumina technology on metagenomic DNA extracted from salivary samples of 33 human individuals: 12 hunter-gatherers (HG) and 12 traditional farmers (TF) from the Philippines and 9 Western individual controls (WC). Source metagenomic read datasets are available at the ENA (www.ebi.ac.uk/ena): for HGs and TFs (original data), under BioSample accessions ERS1202862-ERS1202885; for WCs (previously published data): under BioSample accessions SRS013942, SRS014468, SRS014692, SRS015055, SRS019120, SRS104275 and SRS147126, and two other non-publicly available read data from BioProject PRJNA231652.
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Lassalle F, Spagnoletti M, Fumagalli M, Shaw L, Dyble M, Walker C, Thomas MG, Bamberg Migliano A, Balloux F (2017) Oral microbiomes from hunter-gatherers and traditional farmers reveal shifts in commensal balance and pathogen load linked to diet. Molecular Ecology, online in advance of print. https://doi.org/10.1111/mec.14435

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Lassalle F, Spagnoletti M, Fumagalli M, Shaw L, Dyble M, Walker C, Thomas MG, Bamberg Migliano A, Balloux F (2017) Data from: Oral microbiomes from hunter-gatherers and traditional farmers reveal shifts in commensal balance and pathogen load linked to diet. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.sn00q
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