VIROME: a standard operating procedure for analysis of viral metagenome sequences

@inproceedings{Wommack2012VIROMEAS,
  title={VIROME: a standard operating procedure for analysis of viral metagenome sequences},
  author={K. Eric Wommack and Jaysheel D. Bhavsar and Shawn W. Polson and Jing Jing Chen and Michael Dumas and Sharath Srinivasiah and Megan Furman and Sanchita Jamindar and Daniel J. Nasko},
  booktitle={Standards in genomic sciences},
  year={2012}
}
One consistent finding among studies using shotgun metagenomics to analyze whole viral communities is that most viral sequences show no significant homology to known sequences. Thus, bioinformatic analyses based on sequence collections such as GenBank nr, which are largely comprised of sequences from known organisms, tend to ignore a majority of sequences within most shotgun viral metagenome libraries. Here we describe a bioinformatic pipeline, the Viral Informatics Resource for Metagenome… CONTINUE READING
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