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EMBO reports, ISSN 1469-221X, 12/2018, Volume 19, Issue 12, p. n/a
While DNA sequencing is increasingly being used as a diagnostic tool, targeted assays, culture and other isolation techniques remain a critical component in... 
Nucleotide sequence | Diagnostic software | Diagnostic systems | Deoxyribonucleic acid--DNA | DNA sequencing | Critical components | Gene sequencing
Journal Article
by Huttenhower, Curtis and Gevers, Dirk and Knight, Rob and Abubucker, Sahar and Badger, Jonathan H and Chinwalla, Asif T and Creasy, Heather H and Earl, Ashlee M and Fitzgerald, Michael G and Fulton, Robert S and Giglio, Michelle G and Hallsworth-Pepin, Kymberlie and Lobos, Elizabeth A and Madupu, Ramana and Magrini, Vincent and Martin, John C and Mitreva, Makedonka and Muzny, Donna M and Sodergren, Erica J and Versalovic, James and Wollam, Aye M and Worley, Kim C and Wortman, Jennifer R and Young, Sarah K and Zeng, Qiandong and Aagaard, Kjersti M and Abolude, Olukemi O and Allen-Vercoe, Emma and Alm, Eric J and Alvarado, Lucia and Andersen, Gary L and Anderson, Scott and Appelbaum, Elizabeth and Arachchi, Harindra M and Armitage, Gary and Arze, Cesar A and Ayvaz, Tulin and Baker, Carl C and Begg, Lisa and Belachew, Tsegahiwot and Bhonagiri, Veena and Bihan, Monika and Blaser, Martin J and Bloom, Toby and Bonazzi, Vivien and Paul Brooks, J and Buck, Gregory A and Buhay, Christian J and Busam, Dana A and Campbell, Joseph L and Canon, Shane R and Cantarel, Brandi L and Chain, Patrick S. G and Chen, I-Min A and Chen, Lei and Chhibba, Shaila and Chu, Ken and Ciulla, Dawn M and Clemente, Jose C and Clifton, Sandra W and Conlan, Sean and Crabtree, Jonathan and Cutting, Mary A and Davidovics, Noam J and Davis, Catherine C and Desantis, Todd Z and Deal, Carolyn and Delehaunty, Kimberley D and Dewhirst, Floyd E and Deych, Elena and Ding, Yan and Dooling, David J and Dugan, Shannon P and Michael Dunne, Wm and Scott Durkin, A and Edgar, Robert C and Erlich, Rachel L and Farmer, Candace N and Farrell, Ruth M and Faust, Karoline and Feldgarden, Michael and Felix, Victor M and Fisher, Sheila and Fodor, Anthony A and Forney, Larry J and Foster, Leslie and Di Francesco, Valentina and Friedman, Jonathan and Friedrich, Dennis C and Fronick, Catrina C and Fulton, Lucinda L and Gao, Hongyu and Garcia, Nathalia and Giannoukos, Georgia and Giblin, Christina and Giovanni, Maria Y and Goldberg, Jonathan M and Goll, Johannes and Gonzalez, Antonio and Griggs, Allison and ... and Human Microbiome Project Consortiu and Human Microbiome Project Consortium and The Human Microbiome Project Consortium and Joint Genome Institute (JGI)
Nature, ISSN 0028-0836, 06/2012, Volume 486, Issue 7402, pp. 207 - 214
Journal Article
by Methé, Barbara A and Nelson, Karen E and Pop, Mihai and Creasy, Heather H and Giglio, Michelle G and Huttenhower, Curtis and Gevers, Dirk and Petrosino, Joseph F and Abubucker, Sahar and Badger, Jonathan H and Chinwalla, Asif T and Earl, Ashlee M and Fitzgerald, Michael G and Fulton, Robert S and Hallsworth-Pepin, Kymberlie and Lobos, Elizabeth A and Madupu, Ramana and Magrini, Vincent and Martin, John C and Mitreva, Makedonka and Muzny, Donna M and Sodergren, Erica J and Versalovic, James and Wollam, Aye M and Worley, Kim C and Wortman, Jennifer R and Young, Sarah K and Zeng, Qiandong and Aagaard, Kjersti M and Abolude, Olukemi O and Allen-Vercoe, Emma and Alm, Eric J and Alvarado, Lucia and Andersen, Gary L and Anderson, Scott and Appelbaum, Elizabeth and Arachchi, Harindra M and Armitage, Gary and Arze, Cesar A and Ayvaz, Tulin and Baker, Carl C and Begg, Lisa and Belachew, Tsegahiwot and Bhonagiri, Veena and Bihan, Monika and Blaser, Martin J and Bloom, Toby and Bonazzi, Vivien R and Brooks, Paul and Buck, Gregory A and Buhay, Christian J and Busam, Dana A and Campbell, Joseph L and Canon, Shane R and Cantarel, Brandi L and Chain, Patrick S and Chen, I-Min A and Chen, Lei and Chhibba, Shaila and Chu, Ken and Ciulla, Dawn M and Clemente, Jose C and Clifton, Sandra W and Conlan, Sean and Crabtree, Jonathan and Cutting, Mary A and Davidovics, Noam J and Davis, Catherine C and Desantis, Todd Z and Deal, Carolyn and Delehaunty, Kimberley D and Dewhirst, Floyd E and Deych, Elena and Ding, Yan and Dooling, David J and Dugan, Shannon P and Michael Dunne, W and Scott Durkin, A and Edgar, Robert C and Erlich, Rachel L and Farmer, Candace N and Farrell, Ruth M and Faust, Karoline and Feldgarden, Michael and Felix, Victor M and Fisher, Sheila and Fodor, Anthony A and Forney, Larry and Foster, Leslie and Di Francesco, Valentina and Friedman, Jonathan and Friedrich, Dennis C and Fronick, Catrina C and Fulton, Lucinda L and Gao, Hongyu and Garcia, Nathalia and Giannoukos, Georgia and Giblin, Christina and Giovanni, Maria Y and Goldberg, Jonathan M and ... and Human Microbiome Project Consortiu and Human Microbiome Project Consortium and The Human Microbiome Project Consortium and Joint Genome Institute (JGI)
Nature, ISSN 0028-0836, 06/2012, Volume 486, Issue 7402, pp. 215 - 221
A variety of microbial communities and their genes (the microbiome) exist throughout the human body, with fundamental roles in human health and disease. The... 
MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | CATALOG | Young Adult | Reference Standards | Humans | Adolescent | Metagenomics - methods | RNA, Ribosomal, 16S - genetics | Adult | Female | Male | Statistics as Topic | Bacteria - genetics | Metagenome | Genetic research | Microbiological research | Genomes | Research | Microbiota (Symbiotic organisms) | Studies | Medicine | Microbiology | Publications | Taxonomy | Genomics | Data processing | Manuscripts
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EMBO Reports, ISSN 1469-221X, 12/2018, Volume 19, Issue 12
While DNA sequencing is increasingly being used as a diagnostic tool, targeted assays, culture and other isolation techniques remain a critical component in... 
NETWORK | BIOCHEMISTRY & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY | CELL BIOLOGY
Journal Article
Genome biology, ISSN 1474-7596, 2014, Volume 15, Issue 11, pp. 524 - 524
Whole-genome sequences are now available for many microbial species and clades, however existing whole-genome alignment methods are limited in their ability to... 
MYCOBACTERIUM-TUBERCULOSIS | MULTIPLE-SEQUENCE ALIGNMENT | READ ALIGNMENT | MAXIMUM-LIKELIHOOD | HIGH-THROUGHPUT | BIOTECHNOLOGY & APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY | ESCHERICHIA-COLI | MOLECULAR EVOLUTION | GENETICS & HEREDITY | WHOLE GENOMES | CLOSTRIDIUM-DIFFICILE | BURROWS-WHEELER TRANSFORM
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Genome Biology, ISSN 1474-7596, 06/2016, Volume 17, Issue 1, p. 132
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