Shallow metagenomics with Nanopore sequencing in canine fecal microbiota improved bacterial taxonomy and identified an uncultured CrAssphage

@inproceedings{Cusc2019ShallowMW,
  title={Shallow metagenomics with Nanopore sequencing in canine fecal microbiota improved bacterial taxonomy and identified an uncultured CrAssphage},
  author={Anna Cusc{\'o} and Anna Oliver Salas and Cristina Pellicer Torre and Olga Francino},
  year={2019}
}
Abstract Long-read metagenomics –using single-molecule sequencers– has the potential to assembly entire genomes, even from complex metagenomics datasets. Using long-read metagenomics with Nanopore sequencing in pooled samples, we aim to improve the individual taxonomic profiles obtained with V4 16S rRNA massive sequencing and to assemble the fecal metagenome of healthy dogs. Fecal samples from healthy dogs were sequenced individually using V4 16S rRNA gene and in pools using a shallow… CONTINUE READING

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