Corpus ID: 305094

CONCOCT: Clustering cONtigs on COverage and ComposiTion

@article{Alneberg2013CONCOCTCC,
  title={CONCOCT: Clustering cONtigs on COverage and ComposiTion},
  author={J. Alneberg and Brynjar Sm{\'a}ri Bjarnason and I. D. Bruijn and M. Schirmer and J. Quick and U. Ijaz and N. Loman and A. Andersson and C. Quince},
  journal={arXiv: Genomics},
  year={2013}
}
Metagenomics enables the reconstruction of microbial genomes in complex microbial communities without the need for culturing. Since assembly typically results in fragmented genomes the grouping of genome fragments (contigs) belonging to the same genome, a process referred to as binning, remains a major informatics challenge. Here we present CONCOCT, a computer program that combines three types of information - sequence composition, coverage across multiple sample, and read-pair linkage - to… Expand
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Binning microbial genomes using deep learning
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