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Accession: PRJNA291656 ID: 291656

sponge metagenome

Molecular mechanism of bacteria-sponge symbiosis: Have bacteria acquired eukaryotic-like proteins to control their interactions with a host?

In support of research to determine if microbial symbionts that live in close association with their hosts have acquired proteins from their host over the course of evolution and if they use these eukaryotic-like proteins to facilitate the symbiotic relationship.
AccessionPRJNA291656
Data TypeRaw sequence reads
ScopeEnvironment
Organismsponge metagenome[Taxonomy ID: 1163772]
unclassified sequences; metagenomes; organismal metagenomes; sponge metagenome
Grants
  • "Special Projects in Science" (Grant ID GBMF3601, Gordon and Betty Moore fundation)
SubmissionRegistration date: 2-Aug-2015
UNSW
RelevanceEnvironmental
Project Data:
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Sequence data
SRA Experiments11
Other datasets
BioSample6
SRA Data Details
ParameterValue
Data volume, Gbases102
Data volume, Mbytes67693

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