Data from: Metagenetic community analysis of microbial eukaryotes illuminates biogeographic patterns in deep-sea and shallow water sediments

 

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Title Clustered_OTUdata
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Description Processed raw data clustered into Operational Taxonomic units in the QIIME, OCTUPUS, and AmpliconNoise pipelines. Contains OTU representative sequences (FASTA files), BLAST-derived taxonomy (tab-delimited text files), and OTU mapping file displaying the site distribution within OTUs (tab-delimited text files).
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Title Raw 454 Data
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Description Raw sequence reads and associated quality file (~1.2 million sequences averaging 350-450 bp in length) generated on a GS FLX Titanium platform in August 2009.
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Bik HM, Sung W, De Ley P, Baldwin JG, Sharma J, Rocha-Olivares A, Thomas WK (2011) Metagenetic community analysis of microbial eukaryotes illuminates biogeographic patterns in deep-sea and shallow water sediments. Molecular Ecology 21(5): 1048-1059. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-294X.2011.05297.x

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Bik HM, Sung W, De Ley P, Baldwin JG, Sharma J, Rocha-Olivares A, Thomas WK (2011) Data from: Metagenetic community analysis of microbial eukaryotes illuminates biogeographic patterns in deep-sea and shallow water sediments. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.vd094
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