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Accession: PRJEB32716 ID: 552255

Lactobacilli isolated from the upper respiratory tract

Lactobacilli have a niche in the human nose.

While an increasing number of beneficial microbiome members is characterized for the human gut and vagina, beneficial microbes are underexplored for the human upper respiratory tract (URT). More...
AccessionPRJEB32716
Data TypeGenome sequencing and assembly
ScopeMonoisolate
Publications
  • De Boeck I et al., "Lactobacilli Have a Niche in the Human Nose.", Cell Rep, 2020 May 26;31(8):107674
  • Wuyts S et al., "Large-Scale Phylogenomics of the Lactobacillus casei Group Highlights Taxonomic Inconsistencies and Reveals Novel Clade-Associated Features.", mSystems, 2017 Jul-Aug;2(4)
SubmissionRegistration date: 2-Jul-2019
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Project Data:
Resource NameNumber
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Sequence data
Nucleotide (total)2592
WGS master18
SRA Experiments174
Protein Sequences25985
Publications
PubMed2
PMC1
Other datasets
BioSample184
Assembly18
SRA Data Details
ParameterValue
Data volume, Gbases4
Data volume, Mbytes2150

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