Data from: The QRS (Quantification of Representative Sequences) pipeline for amplicon sequencing: case study on within-population ITS1 sequence variation in a microparasite infecting Daphnia

Gonzalez-Tortuero E, Rusek J, Petrusek A, Giessler S, Lyras D, Grath S, Castro-Monzon F, Wolinska J

Date Published: February 25, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.v7f7r

 

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Description DNA alignment of 3,700 Caullerya's ITS1 sequences in FASTA format
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Gonzalez-Tortuero E, Rusek J, Petrusek A, Giessler S, Lyras D, Grath S, Castro-Monzon F, Wolinska J (2015) The QRS (Quantification of Representative Sequences) pipeline for amplicon sequencing: case study on within-population ITS1 sequence variation in a microparasite infecting Daphnia. Molecular Ecology Resources 15(6): 1385–1395. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1755-0998.12396

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Gonzalez-Tortuero E, Rusek J, Petrusek A, Giessler S, Lyras D, Grath S, Castro-Monzon F, Wolinska J (2015) Data from: The QRS (Quantification of Representative Sequences) pipeline for amplicon sequencing: case study on within-population ITS1 sequence variation in a microparasite infecting Daphnia. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.v7f7r
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