AccessionTitle or Alias
ERP002522Drought-responsive small RNAs in Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench
ERP002523Non-contiguous finished genome sequence of Nosocomiicoccus massiliensis sp. nov
ERP002524RNA-seq analyses of gene expression in the microsclerotia of Verticillium dahliae
ERP002526Non-contiguous finished genome sequence of Clostridium dakarense sp. nov.
ERP002527Response to salt stress treatment over time in Oryza sativa L. Japonica Nipponbare, RNA-seq dataset
ERP002529Calu6 and LoVo xenograft mRNA expression profiles in response to cediranib treatment
ERP002530Aedes aegypti RNA seq Insecticide resistance LECA Grenoble
ERP002531Meis IBA ChIP-seq
ERP002532CRAM test
ERP002533Meis IIBA ChIP-seq
ERP002534Pbx IIBA ChIP-seq
ERP002535WGS to study Genome size evolution in the genus Genlisea
ERP002536RNA Seq to study Genome size evolution in the genus Genlisea
ERP002538Dynamic Recruitment of miRNAs to their mRNA Targets in Regenerating Liver
ERP002539Ectocarpus_WGS
ERP002540Clostridium difficile ribotype reference collection
ERP002541Whole genome sequence for S. cerevisiae isolates.
ERP002542Whole genome sequence for S. cerevisiae strains.
ERP002543Neisseria_meningitidis_causing_invasive_disease_in_South_Africa__2003_2012
ERP002550Resequencing Solanaceae (Potato and Tomato) 19th century samples
ERP002551Relationship between gut microbioa and Sasang constitution
ERP002552Resequencing Phytophthora strains
ERP002553Bacterial diversity in continuous cultures supplied with varying sources of dissolved organic matter
ERP002555RAD-seq data for Zosterops borbonicus
ERP002556A comparison of proportional species distribution and spurious diversity obtained by 454-pyrosequencing DNA and RNA/cDNA extracted from a mock community of 1 million cells of each of eleven species of haptophytes.
ERP002557Pombe_polyA_mapping_NGS_v3
ERP002558MicroRNA expression profiles in avian haemopoietic cells
ERP002560Transcriptional_response_of_the_mouse_intestinal_mucosa_to_infection_by_the_parasitic_nematode_Trichuris_muris
ERP002561Impact of the host and medical treatment on the transfer of a blaVIM-1 IncN plasmid in an in vivo zebrafish gut model
ERP002562Genome sequencing of the midge Chironomus tentans
ERP002563Draft genome sequences of Helicobacter pylori isolate cultured from one patient with chronic gastritis.
ERP002564A mitogenomic phylogeny of living primates
ERP002565The Norway spruce genome sequence gives insights into conifer genome evolution: Whole-Genome Shotgun Sequencing
ERP002566Genome sequence of multidrug resistant Acinetobacter baumannii CSO1 susceptible to colistin
ERP002567Genome sequence of multidrug resistant Acinetobacter baumannii CR17 resistant to colistin
ERP002568Whole genome sequencing of Abies sibirica (Siberian Fir) to construct a draft genome assembly.
ERP002569Whole genome sequencing of Gnetum gnemon (Gnetum) to construct a draft genome assembly.
ERP002570Whole genome sequencing of Juniperus communis (common juniper) to construct a draft genome assembly.
ERP002571Whole genome sequencing of Taxus baccata (English Yew) to construct a draft genome assembly.
ERP002572Whole genome sequencing of Pinus sylvestris (Scots Pine) to construct a draft genome assembly.
ERP002573OMalley_et_al2013
ERP002574The columnar mutation (“Co-gene”) of apple (Malus x domestica) is due to a Gypsy-like retrotransposon integration
ERP002575DNA-seq of budding yeast hybrid species isolated from the wild and from human-related environment to reconstruct the natural evolution of Saccharomyces spp. evolution, SYBARIS project
ERP002576The columnar-specific Gypsy-44 integration leads to gross changes in gene expression in leaves of McIntosh Wijcik compared with McIntosh
ERP002577Integrated transcriptomics and metabolomics decipher differences in the resistance of pedunculate oak to the herbivore Tortrix viridana L.
ERP002578ChIP-seq of E2f, Max, Myb and Myc in Drosophila melanogaster S2 cells for mapping their genome-wide binding sites
ERP002579DNA-seq of various fungi isolated from faecal materials and environmental samples for comparative genomic analyses, SYBARIS project
ERP002580Bacterial communities and dynamics in the rhizosphere of maize
ERP002581Identification of transcription start sites in Campylobacter fetus subspecies fetus 82-40 and venerealis 84-112 using dRNA-seq
ERP002582Genome sequence of Zygosaccharomyces bailii CLIB 213, a wine contaminant
ERP002583Metagenomic De Novo Assembly of an Aquatic Representative of the Verrucomicrobial Class Spartobacteria
ERP002585Ppatens transcriptome
ERP002586ChIP-seq data for cell lines in the haematopoietic lineages, hematological malignancy
ERP002587DNase accessibility data for cell lines in the haematopoietic lineages, hematological malignancy
ERP002588RNA-seq data for cell lines in the haematopoietic lineages, hematological malignancy
ERP002589Staphylococcus_aureus_global_survey
ERP002590Microevolution_of_Neisseria_meningitidis_during_clonal_waves_of_colonization_and_disease___phase_2_
ERP002593THE ENDOPHYTIC BACTERIAL COMMUNITIES IN MEDITERRANEAN INVASIVE AND NATIVE CAULERPA SPECIES
ERP002594Genotyping by sequencing of a barley mapping population
ERP002597Draft genome sequences of Helicobacter pylori isolate cultured from one patient with ulcer disease
ERP002600Mouse_PLX_resistant_tumours
ERP002601SIRV2infection
ERP002602Rat_olfactory_transcriptome
ERP002603Isolate Bacteroides massiliensis TS7.1 V2.1.1 (species Bacteroides vulgatus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a healthy lean USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were also sequenced from this donor at time points 364, 399, and 484 days later). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002604Genome sequencing bacterial chlorate reducers
ERP002605Transcriptional_regulation_of_Treg_cells_differentiation_by_Foxp3___
ERP002606Comparative analysis of Nymphalidae gene expression on different host plants
ERP002607Making and breaking DMS by salt marsh microbes (Illumina MiSeq 250bp)
ERP002608Expression profiling of the moss F. hygrometrica
ERP002611Whole Genome Sequencing of 56 Mycobacterium tuberculosis clinical isolates, mostly recovered Lisbon, obtained using the Illumina HiSeq 2000 platform.
ERP002612Exome sequencing in congenital hyperinsulinism
ERP002613Microbiome assessment of two Osmia rufa nesting sites including larvae
ERP002614Genome-wide mapping of gene-microbiota interactions in susceptibility to autoimmune skin blistering
ERP002615Complete genome of M89 Streptococcus pyogenes strain H293
ERP002617Salt priming A. thaliana RNA-Seq
ERP002618Whole-exome sequencing for the LNCaP prostate cancer cell line on Illumina Genome Analyzer IIX
ERP002619Distributive Conjugal Transfer in Mycobacteria Generates Progeny with Meiotic-like Genome-Wide Mosaicism, Allowing Mapping of a Mating Identity Locus
ERP002620Sequence of the Genome of the Escherichia coli JC5048 strain
ERP002621Sequence of the Genome of the E. coli JCMA
ERP002622Soybean genome variation revealed by high-depth resequencing of multiple cultivated and wild soybean genomes
ERP002624Using rpb1 as a marker gene to assess tillage effects on assemblages of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi
ERP002625Effects of Deformed wing virus infection and the mite Varroa destructor on siRNA and miRNA composition in the honeybee (Apis mellifera)
ERP002626Proteogenomics characterization of BN-Lx and SHR liver samples
ERP002627DNA_methylation_and_gene_expression_in_Dinoponera
ERP002628Investigating piRNA response in Aedes aegypti
ERP002629R. galegae sv. orientalis genome
ERP002630R. galegae sv. officinalis genome
ERP002631Inducible expression of HigB toxin in Mycobacterium tuberculosis results in growth inhibition, reduced abundance of a subset of mRNAs and cleavage of tmRNA
ERP002632Whole-exome sequencing of LNCaP prostate cancer cell line
ERP002633Evaluation of whole genome sequencing for epidemiological typing of Salmonella enterica
ERP002634LNCaP-exome
ERP002635Exome sequencing in congenital hyperinsulinism
ERP002636Clostridium sp. MS1
ERP002637Actinomyces sp. MS2
ERP002638Clostridiaceae bacterium MS3
ERP002639Thermoactinomycetaceae bacterium GD1
ERP002640Salt priming A. thaliana ChIP-Seq
ERP002641Nocardioides sp. GD13
ERP002642Predicting antimicrobial susceptibilities for Escherichia coli and Klebsiella pneumoniae
ERP002643Assembled Isotigs for In-depth Proteomic and Glycomic Analysis of the Adult-Stage Cooperia oncophora Excretome/Secretome
ERP002644Resistance gene enrichment and sequencing (RenSeq) of wild Solanum species
ERP002645pmoA amplicon pyrosequencing from Indonesian paddy soil
ERP002646GENCODE Batch VIII c: determining lncRNA transcript 5' and 3'-ends by RACE-PCR / 454 sequencing
ERP002648Using a perclinal chimera to determine layer-specific gene expression
ERP002649Helicobacter_typhlonius_genome_sequencing
ERP002650Sequencing-based Analysis of the Bacterial and Fungal Composition of Kefir Grains and Milks from Multiple Sources
ERP002652BEC_H.bulbosum_assembly
ERP002653BEC_H.pubiflorum_assembly
ERP002654Draft genome sequence of Pseudomonas aeruginosa MH38
ERP002655Mapping of MLE and MSL2 using iCLIP
ERP002656Phylogenomic_analysis_of_blood_and_stool_isolates_of_Non_typhoidal_Salmonella_from_urban_and_rural_sites_in_Kenya
ERP002657Full_genome_sequencing_of_Mycoplasma_species_isolates_from_ruminants
ERP002658Burkholderia_pseudomallei___case_control_study_
ERP002659Genomic comparison of Fluoroquinolone resistant and susceptible outbreak strains of Stenotrophomonas maltophilia
ERP002660Diversity of populations of Deformed wing virus in the honeybee (Apis mellifera) pupae overtly infected by injection of DWV virus preparations from overtly and covertly infected honeybees to haemolymph.
ERP002661Sequence-based Analysis of the Bacterial and Fungal Compositions of Multiple Kombucha (Tea Fungus) Samples AND Sequencing-based Analysis of the Microbial Composition of Water Kefir and Corresponding Grains from Multiple Sources
ERP002662Whole genome sequencing of Wolbachia variants
ERP002663Ontogeny of the gut microbiota in the cockroach Blattella germanica
ERP002664Phytomonas_EM1
ERP002665Brk ChIP-seq 2 to 2.5hr and 3 to 3.5hr
ERP002668pMad ChIP-seq 2 to 2.5hr and 3 to 3.5hr
ERP002669Wnt pathway mutations in BrafV637E-induce mouse tumors
ERP002670Strain Bacteroides massiliensis TS7.1-1.1 (species Bacteroides massiliensis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002671Strain Bacteroides massiliensis TS7.1-1.2 (species Bacteroides massiliensis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002672Strain Bacteroides massiliensis TS7.1-1.3 (species Bacteroides massiliensis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002673Strain Bacteroides ovatus TS7.1-1.1 (species Bacteroides ovatus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002674Strain Bacteroides ovatus TS7.1-1.2 (species Bacteroides ovatus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002675Strain Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron TS7.1-1.1 (species Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002676Strain Bacteroides vulgatus TS7.1-1.1 (species Bacteroides vulgatus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002677Strain Bacteroides vulgatus TS7.1-2.1 (species Bacteroides vulgatus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002678Strain Butyricimonas virosa TS7.1-1.1 (species Butyricimonas virosa) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002679Strain Butyricimonas virosa TS7.1-1.2 (species Butyricimonas virosa) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002680Strain Butyricimonas virosa TS7.1-2.1 (species Butyricimonas virosa) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002681Strain Coprococcus comes TS7.1-1.1 (species Coprococcus comes) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002682Strain Coprococcus comes TS7.1-1.2 (species Coprococcus comes) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002683Strain Coprococcus comes TS7.1-1.3 (species Coprococcus comes) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002684Strain Parabacteroides distasonis TS7.1-1.1 (species Parabacteroides distasonis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002685Strain Parabacteroides distasonis TS7.1-1.2 (species Parabacteroides distasonis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002686Strain Parabacteroides distasonis TS7.1-1.3 (species Parabacteroides distasonis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002687Strain Parabacteroides distasonis TS7.1-1.4 (species Parabacteroides distasonis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002688Strain Ruminococcus obeum TS7.1-1.1 (species Ruminococcus obeum) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002689Strain Ruminococcus torques TS7.1-1.1 (species Ruminococcus torques) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002690Strain Ruminococcus torques TS7.1-1.2 (species Ruminococcus torques) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002691Strain Ruminococcus torques TS7.1-1.3 (species Ruminococcus torques) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002692Strain Subdoligranulum variabile TS7.1-1.1 (species Subdoligranulum variabile) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002693Strain Alistipes indistinctus TS7.3-1.1 (species Alistipes indistinctus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002694Strain Bacteroides ovatus TS7.3-1.1 (species Bacteroides ovatus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002695Strain Bacteroides salyersiae TS7.3-1.1 (species Bacteroides salyersiae) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002696Strain Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron TS7.3-1.1 (species Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002697Strain Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron TS7.3-1.2 (species Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002698Strain Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron TS7.3-1.3 (species Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002699Strain Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron TS7.3-1.4 (species Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002700Strain Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron TS7.3-1.5 (species Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002701Strain Bifidobacterium longum TS7.3-1.1 (species Bifidobacterium longum) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002702Strain Bifidobacterium longum TS7.3-1.2 (species Bifidobacterium longum) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002703Strain Bifidobacterium longum TS7.3-1.3 (species Bifidobacterium longum) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002704Strain Bifidobacterium longum TS7.3-1.4 (species Bifidobacterium longum) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002705Strain Bifidobacterium longum TS7.3-1.5 (species Bifidobacterium longum) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002706Strain Clostridium TS7.3-1.1 (species Clostridium) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002707Strain Clostridium TS7.3-1.2 (species Clostridium) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002708Strain Coprococcus comes TS7.3-1.1 (species Coprococcus comes) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002709Strain Coprococcus comes TS7.3-1.10 (species Coprococcus comes) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002710Strain Coprococcus comes TS7.3-1.11 (species Coprococcus comes) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002711Strain Coprococcus comes TS7.3-1.2 (species Coprococcus comes) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002712Strain Coprococcus comes TS7.3-1.3 (species Coprococcus comes) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002713Strain Coprococcus comes TS7.3-1.4 (species Coprococcus comes) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002714Strain Coprococcus comes TS7.3-1.5 (species Coprococcus comes) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002715Strain Coprococcus comes TS7.3-1.6 (species Coprococcus comes) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002716Strain Coprococcus comes TS7.3-1.7 (species Coprococcus comes) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002717Strain Coprococcus comes TS7.3-1.8 (species Coprococcus comes) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002718Strain Coprococcus comes TS7.3-1.9 (species Coprococcus comes) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002719Strain Ruminococcus gauvreauii TS7.3-1.1 (species Ruminococcus gauvreauii) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002720Strain Ruminococcus gnavus TS7.3-1.1 (species Ruminococcus gnavus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002721Strain Ruminococcus obeum TS7.3-1.1 (species Ruminococcus obeum) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002722Strain Ruminococcus sp CCUG 37327 A TS7.3-1.1 (species Ruminococcus sp CCUG 37327 A) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002723Strain Subdoligranulum variabile TS7.3-1.1 (species Subdoligranulum variabile) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002724Strain Subdoligranulum variabile TS7.3-1.2 (species Subdoligranulum variabile) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002725Strain Alistipes indistinctus TSDA1.2-1.1 (species Alistipes indistinctus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002726Strain Alistipes indistinctus TSDA1.2-1.2 (species Alistipes indistinctus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002727Strain Bifidobacterium longum TSDA1.2-1.1 (species Bifidobacterium longum) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002728Strain Bifidobacterium longum TSDA1.2-1.2 (species Bifidobacterium longum) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002729Strain Butyricimonas virosa TSDA1.2-1.1 (species Butyricimonas virosa) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002730Strain Clostridium TSDA1.2-1.1 (species Clostridium) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002731Strain Collinsella aerofaciens TSDA1.2-1.1 (species Collinsella aerofaciens) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002732Strain Collinsella aerofaciens TSDA1.2-1.2 (species Collinsella aerofaciens) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002733Strain Collinsella aerofaciens TSDA1.2-1.3 (species Collinsella aerofaciens) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002734Strain Dorea formicigenerans TSDA1.2-1.1 (species Dorea formicigenerans) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002735Strain Dorea formicigenerans TSDA1.2-1.2 (species Dorea formicigenerans) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002736Strain Dorea longicatena TSDA1.2-1.1 (species Dorea longicatena) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002737Strain Escherichia coli TSDA1.2-1.1 (species Escherichia coli) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002738Strain Escherichia coli TSDA1.2-1.2 (species Escherichia coli) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002739Strain Escherichia coli TSDA1.2-1.3 (species Escherichia coli) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002740Strain Escherichia coli TSDA1.2-1.4 (species Escherichia coli) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002741Strain Subdoligranulum variabile TSDA1.2-1.1 (species Subdoligranulum variabile) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002742Strain Subdoligranulum variabile TSDA1.2-2.1 (species Subdoligranulum variabile) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002743Strain Subdoligranulum variabile TSDA1.2-3.1 (species Subdoligranulum variabile) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002744Strain Alistipes indistinctus TSDA1.8-1.1 (species Alistipes indistinctus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002745Strain Bacteroides intestinalis TSDA1.8-1.1 (species Bacteroides intestinalis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002746Strain Bacteroides intestinalis TSDA1.8-1.2 (species Bacteroides intestinalis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002747Strain Bacteroides massiliensis TSDA1.8-1.1 (species Bacteroides massiliensis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002748Strain Bacteroides massiliensis TSDA1.8-1.2 (species Bacteroides massiliensis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002749Strain Bacteroides massiliensis TSDA1.8-1.3 (species Bacteroides massiliensis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002750Strain Bacteroides massiliensis TSDA1.8-1.4 (species Bacteroides massiliensis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002751Strain Bacteroides salyersiae TSDA1.8-1.1 (species Bacteroides salyersiae) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002752Strain Bacteroides salyersiae TSDA1.8-1.2 (species Bacteroides salyersiae) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002753Strain Bacteroides salyersiae TSDA1.8-1.3 (species Bacteroides salyersiae) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002754Strain Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron TSDA1.8-1.1 (species Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002755Strain Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron TSDA1.8-1.2 (species Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002756Strain Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron TSDA1.8-2.1 (species Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002757Strain Bacteroides vulgatus TSDA1.8-1.1 (species Bacteroides vulgatus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002758Strain Bacteroides vulgatus TSDA1.8-1.2 (species Bacteroides vulgatus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002759Strain Bacteroides vulgatus TSDA1.8-1.3 (species Bacteroides vulgatus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002760Strain Bacteroides vulgatus TSDA1.8-1.4 (species Bacteroides vulgatus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002761Strain Bacteroides vulgatus TSDA1.8-2.1 (species Bacteroides vulgatus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002762Strain Bifidobacterium longum TSDA1.8-1.1 (species Bifidobacterium longum) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002763Strain Bifidobacterium longum TSDA1.8-1.2 (species Bifidobacterium longum) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002764Strain Bifidobacterium longum TSDA1.8-2.1 (species Bifidobacterium longum) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002765Strain Butyricimonas virosa TSDA1.8-1.1 (species Butyricimonas virosa) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002766Strain Butyricimonas virosa TSDA1.8-1.2 (species Butyricimonas virosa) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002767Strain Butyricimonas virosa TSDA1.8-2.1 (species Butyricimonas virosa) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002768Strain Clostridium TSDA1.8-1.1 (species Clostridium) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002769Strain Coprococcus comes TSDA1.8-1.1 (species Coprococcus comes) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002770Strain Coprococcus comes TSDA1.8-1.10 (species Coprococcus comes) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002771Strain Coprococcus comes TSDA1.8-1.2 (species Coprococcus comes) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002772Strain Coprococcus comes TSDA1.8-1.3 (species Coprococcus comes) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002773Strain Coprococcus comes TSDA1.8-1.4 (species Coprococcus comes) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002774Strain Coprococcus comes TSDA1.8-1.5 (species Coprococcus comes) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002775Strain Coprococcus comes TSDA1.8-1.6 (species Coprococcus comes) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002776Strain Coprococcus comes TSDA1.8-1.7 (species Coprococcus comes) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002777Strain Coprococcus comes TSDA1.8-1.8 (species Coprococcus comes) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002778Strain Coprococcus comes TSDA1.8-1.9 (species Coprococcus comes) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002779Strain Dorea formicigenerans TSDA1.8-1.1 (species Dorea formicigenerans) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002780Strain Dorea formicigenerans TSDA1.8-2.2 (species Dorea formicigenerans) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002781Strain Dorea longicatena TSDA1.8-1.1 (species Dorea longicatena) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002782Strain Dorea longicatena TSDA1.8-1.2 (species Dorea longicatena) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002783Strain Escherichia coli TSDA1.8-1.1 (species Escherichia coli) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002784Strain Escherichia coli TSDA1.8-1.2 (species Escherichia coli) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002785Strain Escherichia coli TSDA1.8-1.3 (species Escherichia coli) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002786Strain Parabacteroides distasonis TSDA1.8-1.1 (species Parabacteroides distasonis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002787Strain Parabacteroides distasonis TSDA1.8-1.2 (species Parabacteroides distasonis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002788Strain Parabacteroides distasonis TSDA1.8-1.3 (species Parabacteroides distasonis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002789Strain Parabacteroides distasonis TSDA1.8-1.4 (species Parabacteroides distasonis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002790Strain Ruminococcus obeum TSDA1.8-1.1 (species Ruminococcus obeum) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0, 364, 399, and 484). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002791Strain Anaerococcus vaginalis TSDC10.1-1.1 (species Anaerococcus vaginalis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002792Strain Anaerofustis stercorihominis TSDC10.1-1.1 (species Anaerofustis stercorihominis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002793Strain Bacteroides caccae TSDC10.1-1.1 (species Bacteroides caccae) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002794Strain Bacteroides intestinalis TSDC10.1-1.1 (species Bacteroides intestinalis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002795Strain Bacteroides vulgatus TSDC10.1-1.1 (species Bacteroides vulgatus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002796Strain Bacteroides vulgatus TSDC10.1-1.2 (species Bacteroides vulgatus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002797Strain Bacteroides vulgatus TSDC10.1-2.1 (species Bacteroides vulgatus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002798Strain Butyricimonas virosa TSDC10.1-1.1 (species Butyricimonas virosa) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002799Strain Collinsella TSDC10.1-1.1 (species Collinsella) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002800Strain Collinsella TSDC10.1-2.2 (species Collinsella) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002801Strain Coprococcus comes TSDC10.1-1.1 (species Coprococcus comes) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002802Strain Dorea longicatena TSDC10.1-1.1 (species Dorea longicatena) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002803Strain Dorea longicatena TSDC10.1-1.2 (species Dorea longicatena) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002804Strain Escherichia coli TSDC10.1-1.1 (species Escherichia coli) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002805Strain Escherichia coli TSDC10.1-1.2 (species Escherichia coli) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002806Strain Escherichia coli TSDC10.1-1.3 (species Escherichia coli) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002807Strain Eubacterium biforme TSDC10.1-1.1 (species Eubacterium biforme) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002808Strain Eubacterium biforme TSDC10.1-1.2 (species Eubacterium biforme) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002809Strain Eubacterium biforme TSDC10.1-2.1 (species Eubacterium biforme) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002810Strain Eubacterium biforme TSDC10.1-3.1 (species Eubacterium biforme) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002811Strain Lactobacillus casei TSDC10.1-1.1 (species Lactobacillus casei) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002812Strain Lactobacillus casei TSDC10.1-1.2 (species Lactobacillus casei) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002813Strain Lactobacillus casei TSDC10.1-1.3 (species Lactobacillus casei) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002814Strain Lactobacillus TSDC10.1-1.1 (species Lactobacillus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002815Strain Parabacteroides distasonis TSDC10.1-1.1 (species Parabacteroides distasonis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002816Strain Parabacteroides distasonis TSDC10.1-1.2 (species Parabacteroides distasonis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002817Strain Parabacteroides distasonis TSDC10.1-1.3 (species Parabacteroides distasonis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002818Strain Parabacteroides distasonis TSDC10.1-1.4 (species Parabacteroides distasonis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002819Strain Parabacteroides goldsteinii TSDC10.1-1.1 (species Parabacteroides goldsteinii) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002820Strain Parabacteroides merdae TSDC10.1-1.1 (species Parabacteroides merdae) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002821Strain Peptoniphilus harei TSDC10.1-1.1 (species Peptoniphilus harei) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002822Strain Peptoniphilus harei TSDC10.1-2.1 (species Peptoniphilus harei) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002823Strain Ruminococcus bromii TSDC10.1-1.1 (species Ruminococcus bromii) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002824Strain Subdoligranulum variabile TSDC10.1-1.1 (species Subdoligranulum variabile) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002825Strain Bacteroides caccae TSDC10.2-1.1 (species Bacteroides caccae) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002826Strain Bacteroides caccae TSDC10.2-1.2 (species Bacteroides caccae) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002827Strain Bacteroides caccae TSDC10.2-1.3 (species Bacteroides caccae) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002828Strain Bacteroides caccae TSDC10.2-1.4 (species Bacteroides caccae) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002829Strain Bacteroides intestinalis TSDC10.2-1.1 (species Bacteroides intestinalis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002830Strain Bacteroides intestinalis TSDC10.2-1.2 (species Bacteroides intestinalis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002831Strain Bacteroides uniformis TSDC10.2-1.1 (species Bacteroides uniformis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002832Strain Bacteroides uniformis TSDC10.2-1.2 (species Bacteroides uniformis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002833Strain Bacteroides uniformis TSDC10.2-1.3 (species Bacteroides uniformis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002834Strain Bacteroides uniformis TSDC10.2-1.4 (species Bacteroides uniformis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002835Strain Bacteroides uniformis TSDC10.2-1.5 (species Bacteroides uniformis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002836Strain Bacteroides uniformis TSDC10.2-2.1 (species Bacteroides uniformis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002837Strain Bacteroides uniformis TSDC10.2-2.2 (species Bacteroides uniformis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002838Strain Bacteroides uniformis TSDC10.2-2.3 (species Bacteroides uniformis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002839Strain Bacteroides uniformis TSDC10.2-2.4 (species Bacteroides uniformis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002840Strain Bacteroides uniformis TSDC10.2-2.5 (species Bacteroides uniformis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002841Strain Bacteroides vulgatus TSDC10.2-1.1 (species Bacteroides vulgatus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002842Strain Bacteroides vulgatus TSDC10.2-2.1 (species Bacteroides vulgatus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002843Strain Bacteroides vulgatus TSDC10.2-2.2 (species Bacteroides vulgatus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002844Strain Bacteroides vulgatus TSDC10.2-3.1 (species Bacteroides vulgatus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002845Strain Barnesiella intestinihominis TSDC10.2-1.1 (species Barnesiella intestinihominis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002846Strain Blautia TSDC10.2-1.1 (species Blautia) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002847Strain Clostridiales TSDC10.2-2.1 (species Clostridiales) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002848Strain Clostridium TSDC10.2-1.1 (species Clostridium) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002849Strain Clostridium TSDC10.2-1.2 (species Clostridium) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002850Strain Clostridium TSDC10.2-1.3 (species Clostridium) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002851Strain Clostridium TSDC10.2-1.4 (species Clostridium) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002852Strain Clostridium TSDC10.2-1.5 (species Clostridium) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002853Strain Clostridium TSDC10.2-1.6 (species Clostridium) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002854Strain Coprococcus comes TSDC10.2-1.1 (species Coprococcus comes) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002855Strain Dorea formicigenerans TSDC10.2-1.1 (species Dorea formicigenerans) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002856Strain Dorea longicatena TSDC10.2-1.1 (species Dorea longicatena) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002857Strain Dorea longicatena TSDC10.2-1.2 (species Dorea longicatena) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002858Strain Dorea longicatena TSDC10.2-1.3 (species Dorea longicatena) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002859Strain Dorea longicatena TSDC10.2-2.1 (species Dorea longicatena) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002860Strain Eubacterium eligens TSDC10.2-1.1 (species Eubacterium eligens) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002861Strain Odoribacter splanchnicus TSDC10.2-1.1 (species Odoribacter splanchnicus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002862Strain Parabacteroides distasonis TSDC10.2-1.1 (species Parabacteroides distasonis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002863Strain Parabacteroides distasonis TSDC10.2-1.2 (species Parabacteroides distasonis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002864Strain Parabacteroides distasonis TSDC10.2-1.3 (species Parabacteroides distasonis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002865Strain Parabacteroides distasonis TSDC10.2-1.4 (species Parabacteroides distasonis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002866Strain Parabacteroides goldsteinii TSDC10.2-1.1 (species Parabacteroides goldsteinii) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002867Strain Parabacteroides merdae TSDC10.2-1.1 (species Parabacteroides merdae) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002868Strain Parabacteroides merdae TSDC10.2-1.2 (species Parabacteroides merdae) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002869Strain Ruminococcus bromii TSDC10.2-1.1 (species Ruminococcus bromii) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002870Strain Ruminococcus sp CCUG 37327 A TSDC10.2-1.1 (species Ruminococcus sp CCUG 37327 A) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002871Strain Ruminococcus sp CCUG 37327 A TSDC10.2-1.2 (species Ruminococcus sp CCUG 37327 A) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002872Strain Ruminococcus sp CCUG 37327 A TSDC10.2-1.3 (species Ruminococcus sp CCUG 37327 A) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002873Strain Ruminococcus TSDC10.2-1.1 (species Ruminococcus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002874Strain Subdoligranulum variabile TSDC10.2-1.1 (species Subdoligranulum variabile) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 42). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002875Strain Anaerococcus hydrogenalis TSDC16.1-1.1 (species Anaerococcus vaginalis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero . The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002876Strain Bacteroides ovatus TSDC16.1-1.1 (species Bacteroides ovatus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero . The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002877Strain Bacteroides ovatus TSDC16.1-1.2 (species Bacteroides ovatus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero . The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002878Strain Bacteroides ovatus TSDC16.1-1.3 (species Bacteroides ovatus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero . The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002879Strain Bacteroides ovatus TSDC16.1-1.4 (species Bacteroides ovatus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero . The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002880Strain Bacteroides ovatus TSDC16.1-1.5 (species Bacteroides ovatus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero . The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002881Strain Bacteroides ovatus TSDC16.1-1.6 (species Bacteroides ovatus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero . The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002882Strain Bacteroides ovatus TSDC16.1-2.1 (species Bacteroides ovatus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero . The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002883Strain Bacteroides vulgatus TSDC16.1-1.1 (species Bacteroides vulgatus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero . The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002884Strain Bacteroides vulgatus TSDC16.1-1.2 (species Bacteroides vulgatus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero . The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002885Strain Bacteroides vulgatus TSDC16.1-1.3 (species Bacteroides vulgatus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero . The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002886Strain Bacteroides vulgatus TSDC16.1-1.4 (species Bacteroides vulgatus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero . The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002887Strain Bacteroides vulgatus TSDC16.1-2.1 (species Bacteroides vulgatus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero . The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002888Strain Clostridium scindens TSDC16.1-1.1 (species Clostridium scindens) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero . The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002889Strain Clostridium scindens TSDC16.1-1.2 (species Clostridium scindens) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero . The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002890Strain Megasphaera elsdenii TSDC16.1-1.1 (species Megasphaera elsdenii) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero . The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002891Strain Megasphaera elsdenii TSDC16.1-2.1 (species Megasphaera elsdenii) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero . The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002892Strain Megasphaera elsdenii TSDC16.1-2.2 (species Megasphaera elsdenii) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero . The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002893Strain Megasphaera elsdenii TSDC16.1-2.3 (species Megasphaera elsdenii) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero . The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002894Strain Megasphaera elsdenii TSDC16.1-2.4 (species Megasphaera elsdenii) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero . The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002895Strain Parabacteroides distasonis TSDC16.1-1.1 (species Parabacteroides distasonis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero . The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002896Strain Parabacteroides distasonis TSDC16.1-1.2 (species Parabacteroides distasonis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero . The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002897Strain Parabacteroides distasonis TSDC16.1-1.3 (species Parabacteroides distasonis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero . The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002898Strain Ruminococcus gnavus TSDC16.1-1.1 (species Ruminococcus gnavus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero . The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002899Strain Ruminococcus gnavus TSDC16.1-2.1 (species Ruminococcus gnavus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero . The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002900Strain Ruminococcus gnavus TSDC16.1-3.1 (species Ruminococcus gnavus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero . The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002901Strain Streptococcus TSDC16.1-1.1 (species Streptococcus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero . The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002902Strain Streptococcus TSDC16.1-1.2 (species Streptococcus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero . The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002903Strain Streptococcus TSDC16.1-1.3 (species Streptococcus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero . The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002904Strain Streptococcus TSDC16.1-1.4 (species Streptococcus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero . The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002905Strain Subdoligranulum variabile TSDC16.1-1.1 (species Subdoligranulum variabile) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero . The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002906Strain Subdoligranulum variabile TSDC16.1-1.2 (species Subdoligranulum variabile) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero . The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002907Strain Subdoligranulum variabile TSDC16.1-1.3 (species Subdoligranulum variabile) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero . The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002908Strain Subdoligranulum variabile TSDC16.1-1.4 (species Subdoligranulum variabile) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero . The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002909Strain Subdoligranulum variabile TSDC16.1-1.5 (species Subdoligranulum variabile) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero . The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002910Strain Subdoligranulum variabile TSDC16.1-1.6 (species Subdoligranulum variabile) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero . The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002911Strain Bacteroides caccae TSDC17.1-1.1 (species Bacteroides caccae) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002912Strain Bacteroides finegoldii TSDC17.1-1.1 (species Bacteroides finegoldii) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002913Strain Bacteroides finegoldii TSDC17.1-1.2 (species Bacteroides finegoldii) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002914Strain Bacteroides intestinalis TSDC17.1-1.1 (species Bacteroides intestinalis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002915Strain Bacteroides massiliensis TSDC17.1-1.1 (species Bacteroides massiliensis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002916Strain Bacteroides ovatus TSDC17.1-1.1 (species Bacteroides ovatus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002917Strain Bacteroides ovatus TSDC17.1-1.2 (species Bacteroides ovatus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002918Strain Bacteroides ovatus TSDC17.1-1.3 (species Bacteroides ovatus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002919Strain Bacteroides ovatus TSDC17.1-2.1 (species Bacteroides ovatus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002920Strain Bacteroides ovatus TSDC17.1-2.2 (species Bacteroides ovatus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002921Strain Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron TSDC17.1-1.1 (species Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002922Strain Bacteroides uniformis TSDC17.1-1.1 (species Bacteroides uniformis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002923Strain Bacteroides uniformis TSDC17.1-1.2 (species Bacteroides uniformis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002924Strain Bacteroides uniformis TSDC17.1-1.3 (species Bacteroides uniformis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002925Strain Bacteroides uniformis TSDC17.1-1.4 (species Bacteroides uniformis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002926Strain Bacteroides vulgatus TSDC17.1-1.1 (species Bacteroides vulgatus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002927Strain Bacteroides vulgatus TSDC17.1-1.2 (species Bacteroides vulgatus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002928Strain Bacteroides vulgatus TSDC17.1-1.3 (species Bacteroides vulgatus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002929Strain Bacteroides vulgatus TSDC17.1-1.4 (species Bacteroides vulgatus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002930Strain Bacteroides vulgatus TSDC17.1-2.1 (species Bacteroides vulgatus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002931Strain Bifidobacterium adolescentis TSDC17.1-1.1 (species Bifidobacterium adolescentis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002932Strain Bifidobacterium adolescentis TSDC17.1-1.10 (species Bifidobacterium adolescentis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002933Strain Bifidobacterium adolescentis TSDC17.1-1.11 (species Bifidobacterium adolescentis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002934Strain Bifidobacterium adolescentis TSDC17.1-1.12 (species Bifidobacterium adolescentis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002935Strain Bifidobacterium adolescentis TSDC17.1-1.13 (species Bifidobacterium adolescentis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002936Strain Bifidobacterium adolescentis TSDC17.1-1.2 (species Bifidobacterium adolescentis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002937Strain Bifidobacterium adolescentis TSDC17.1-1.3 (species Bifidobacterium adolescentis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002938Strain Bifidobacterium adolescentis TSDC17.1-1.4 (species Bifidobacterium adolescentis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002939Strain Bifidobacterium adolescentis TSDC17.1-1.5 (species Bifidobacterium adolescentis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002940Strain Bifidobacterium adolescentis TSDC17.1-1.6 (species Bifidobacterium adolescentis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002941Strain Bifidobacterium adolescentis TSDC17.1-1.7 (species Bifidobacterium adolescentis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002942Strain Bifidobacterium adolescentis TSDC17.1-1.8 (species Bifidobacterium adolescentis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002943Strain Bifidobacterium adolescentis TSDC17.1-1.9 (species Bifidobacterium adolescentis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002944Strain Bifidobacterium longum TSDC17.1-1.1 (species Bifidobacterium longum) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002945Strain Bifidobacterium longum TSDC17.1-1.2 (species Bifidobacterium longum) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002946Strain Blautia schinkii TSDC17.1-1.1 (species Blautia schinkii) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002947Strain Butyricimonas virosa TSDC17.1-1.1 (species Butyricimonas virosa) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002948Strain Collinsella aerofaciens TSDC17.1-1.1 (species Collinsella aerofaciens) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002949Strain Collinsella aerofaciens TSDC17.1-1.2 (species Collinsella aerofaciens) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002950Strain Collinsella aerofaciens TSDC17.1-1.3 (species Collinsella aerofaciens) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002951Strain Collinsella aerofaciens TSDC17.1-1.4 (species Collinsella aerofaciens) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002952Strain Collinsella aerofaciens TSDC17.1-1.5 (species Collinsella aerofaciens) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002953Strain Collinsella aerofaciens TSDC17.1-1.6 (species Collinsella aerofaciens) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002954Strain Collinsella aerofaciens TSDC17.1-2.1 (species Collinsella aerofaciens) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002955Strain Collinsella aerofaciens TSDC17.1-2.2 (species Collinsella aerofaciens) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002956Strain Collinsella aerofaciens TSDC17.1-2.3 (species Collinsella aerofaciens) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002957Strain Collinsella aerofaciens TSDC17.1-2.4 (species Collinsella aerofaciens) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002958Strain Collinsella aerofaciens TSDC17.1-2.5 (species Collinsella aerofaciens) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002959Strain Coprococcus comes TSDC17.1-1.1 (species Coprococcus comes) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002960Strain Coprococcus comes TSDC17.1-1.2 (species Coprococcus comes) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002961Strain Coprococcus comes TSDC17.1-1.3 (species Coprococcus comes) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002962Strain Coprococcus comes TSDC17.1-1.4 (species Coprococcus comes) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002963Strain Dorea formicigenerans TSDC17.1-1.1 (species Dorea formicigenerans) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002964Strain Dorea formicigenerans TSDC17.1-1.2 (species Dorea formicigenerans) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002965Strain Dorea formicigenerans TSDC17.1-1.3 (species Dorea formicigenerans) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002966Strain Dorea formicigenerans TSDC17.1-2.1 (species Dorea formicigenerans) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002967Strain Dorea longicatena TSDC17.1-1.1 (species Dorea longicatena) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002968Strain Dorea longicatena TSDC17.1-1.2 (species Dorea longicatena) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002969Strain Dorea longicatena TSDC17.1-1.3 (species Dorea longicatena) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002970Strain Dorea longicatena TSDC17.1-1.4 (species Dorea longicatena) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002971Strain Escherichia coli TSDC17.1-1.1 (species Escherichia coli) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002972Strain Escherichia coli TSDC17.1-1.2 (species Escherichia coli) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002973Strain Eubacterium callanderi TSDC17.1-1.1 (species Eubacterium callanderi) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002974Strain Odoribacter splanchnicus TSDC17.1-1.1 (species Odoribacter splanchnicus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002975Strain Peptoniphilus harei TSDC17.1-1.1 (species Peptoniphilus harei) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002976Strain Peptoniphilus harei TSDC17.1-2.1 (species Peptoniphilus harei) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002977Strain Ruminococcus TSDC17.1-1.1 (species Ruminococcus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002978Strain Subdoligranulum variabile TSDC17.1-1.1 (species Subdoligranulum variabile) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002979Strain Anaerococcus TSDC17.2-1.1 (species Anaerococcus vaginalis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002980Strain Bacteroides caccae TSDC17.2-1.1 (species Bacteroides caccae) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002981Strain Bacteroides caccae TSDC17.2-1.2 (species Bacteroides caccae) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002982Strain Bacteroides caccae TSDC17.2-1.3 (species Bacteroides caccae) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002983Strain Bacteroides caccae TSDC17.2-1.4 (species Bacteroides caccae) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002984Strain Bacteroides finegoldii TSDC17.2-1.1 (species Bacteroides finegoldii) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002985Strain Bacteroides finegoldii TSDC17.2-1.2 (species Bacteroides finegoldii) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002986Strain Bacteroides intestinalis TSDC17.2-1.1 (species Bacteroides intestinalis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002987Strain Bacteroides intestinalis TSDC17.2-1.2 (species Bacteroides intestinalis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002988Strain Bacteroides intestinalis TSDC17.2-1.3 (species Bacteroides intestinalis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002989Strain Bacteroides massiliensis TSDC17.2-1.1 (species Bacteroides massiliensis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002990Strain Bacteroides massiliensis TSDC17.2-1.2 (species Bacteroides massiliensis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002991Strain Bacteroides ovatus TSDC17.2-1.1 (species Bacteroides ovatus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002992Strain Bacteroides ovatus TSDC17.2-1.2 (species Bacteroides ovatus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002993Strain Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron TSDC17.2-1.1 (species Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002994Strain Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron TSDC17.2-1.2 (species Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002995Strain Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron TSDC17.2-2.1 (species Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002996Strain Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron TSDC17.2-2.2 (species Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002997Strain Bacteroides uniformis TSDC17.2-1.1 (species Bacteroides uniformis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002998Strain Bacteroides uniformis TSDC17.2-1.2 (species Bacteroides uniformis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP002999Strain Bacteroides vulgatus TSDC17.2-1.1 (species Bacteroides vulgatus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003000Strain Bacteroides vulgatus TSDC17.2-2.1 (species Bacteroides vulgatus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003001Strain Bacteroides vulgatus TSDC17.2-3.1 (species Bacteroides vulgatus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003002Strain Bifidobacterium pseudocatenulatum TSDC17.2-1.1 (species Bifidobacterium pseudocatenulatum) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003003Strain Clostridium leptum TSDC17.2-1.1 (species Clostridium leptum) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003004Strain Clostridium leptum TSDC17.2-2.1 (species Clostridium leptum) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003005Strain Clostridium scindens TSDC17.2-1.1 (species Clostridium scindens) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003006Strain Collinsella aerofaciens TSDC17.2-1.1 (species Collinsella aerofaciens) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003007Strain Collinsella aerofaciens TSDC17.2-1.2 (species Collinsella aerofaciens) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003008Strain Collinsella aerofaciens TSDC17.2-1.3 (species Collinsella aerofaciens) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003009Strain Collinsella aerofaciens TSDC17.2-1.4 (species Collinsella aerofaciens) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003010Strain Collinsella aerofaciens TSDC17.2-1.5 (species Collinsella aerofaciens) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003011Strain Collinsella aerofaciens TSDC17.2-2.1 (species Collinsella aerofaciens) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003012Strain Coprococcus comes TSDC17.2-1.1 (species Coprococcus comes) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003013Strain Coprococcus comes TSDC17.2-1.2 (species Coprococcus comes) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003014Strain Dorea longicatena TSDC17.2-1.1 (species Dorea longicatena) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003015Strain Dorea longicatena TSDC17.2-1.2 (species Dorea longicatena) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003016Strain Escherichia coli TSDC17.2-1.1 (species Escherichia coli) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003017Strain Escherichia coli TSDC17.2-1.2 (species Escherichia coli) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003018Strain Odoribacter splanchnicus TSDC17.2-1.1 (species Odoribacter splanchnicus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003019Strain Odoribacter splanchnicus TSDC17.2-1.2 (species Odoribacter splanchnicus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003020Strain Parabacteroides distasonis TSDC17.2-1.1 (species Parabacteroides distasonis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003021Strain Peptoniphilus harei TSDC17.2-1.1 (species Peptoniphilus harei) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003022Strain Ruminococcaceae TSDC17.2-1.1 (species Ruminococcaceae) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003023Strain Ruminococcaceae TSDC17.2-1.2 (species Ruminococcaceae) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003024Strain Ruminococcus albus TSDC17.2-1.1 (species Ruminococcus albus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003025Strain Ruminococcus albus TSDC17.2-1.2 (species Ruminococcus albus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003026Strain Ruminococcus albus TSDC17.2-1.3 (species Ruminococcus albus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003027Strain Ruminococcus albus TSDC17.2-1.4 (species Ruminococcus albus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003028Strain Ruminococcus bromii TSDC17.2-1.1 (species Ruminococcus bromii) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003029Strain Ruminococcus bromii TSDC17.2-1.2 (species Ruminococcus bromii) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003030Strain Ruminococcus bromii TSDC17.2-1.3 (species Ruminococcus bromii) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003031Strain Subdoligranulum variabile TSDC17.2-1.1 (species Subdoligranulum variabile) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 49). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003032Strain Alistipes indistinctus TSDC19.1-1.1 (species Alistipes indistinctus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003033Strain Anaerofustis stercorihominis TSDC19.1-1.1 (species Anaerofustis stercorihominis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003034Strain Bacteroides finegoldii TSDC19.1-1.1 (species Bacteroides finegoldii) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003035Strain Bacteroides fragilis TSDC19.1-1.1 (species Bacteroides fragilis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003036Strain Bacteroides fragilis TSDC19.1-1.2 (species Bacteroides fragilis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003037Strain Bacteroides ovatus TSDC19.1-1.1 (species Bacteroides ovatus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003038Strain Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron TSDC19.1-1.1 (species Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003039Strain Bacteroides uniformis TSDC19.1-1.1 (species Bacteroides uniformis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003040Strain Bacteroides vulgatus TSDC19.1-1.1 (species Bacteroides vulgatus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003041Strain Bacteroides vulgatus TSDC19.1-1.2 (species Bacteroides vulgatus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003042Strain Bifidobacterium adolescentis TSDC19.1-1.1 (species Bifidobacterium adolescentis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003043Strain Bifidobacterium adolescentis TSDC19.1-1.2 (species Bifidobacterium adolescentis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003044Strain Bifidobacterium bifidum TSDC19.1-1.1 (species Bifidobacterium bifidum) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003045Strain Bifidobacterium pseudocatenulatum TSDC19.1-1.1 (species Bifidobacterium pseudocatenulatum) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003046Strain Bifidobacterium pseudocatenulatum TSDC19.1-1.2 (species Bifidobacterium pseudocatenulatum) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003047Strain Bifidobacterium pseudocatenulatum TSDC19.1-1.3 (species Bifidobacterium pseudocatenulatum) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003048Strain Clostridium TSDC19.1-1.1 (species Clostridium) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003049Strain Collinsella aerofaciens TSDC19.1-1.1 (species Collinsella aerofaciens) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003050Strain Escherichia coli TSDC19.1-1.1 (species Escherichia coli) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003051Strain Escherichia coli TSDC19.1-1.2 (species Escherichia coli) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003052Strain Odoribacter splanchnicus TSDC19.1-1.1 (species Odoribacter splanchnicus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003053Strain Odoribacter splanchnicus TSDC19.1-1.2 (species Odoribacter splanchnicus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003054Strain Odoribacter splanchnicus TSDC19.1-1.3 (species Odoribacter splanchnicus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003055Strain Parabacteroides distasonis TSDC19.1-1.1 (species Parabacteroides distasonis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003056Strain Parabacteroides distasonis TSDC19.1-1.2 (species Parabacteroides distasonis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003057Strain Parabacteroides distasonis TSDC19.1-1.3 (species Parabacteroides distasonis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003058Strain Parabacteroides goldsteinii TSDC19.1-1.1 (species Parabacteroides goldsteinii) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003059Strain Parabacteroides merdae TSDC19.1-1.1 (species Parabacteroides merdae) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003060Strain Parabacteroides merdae TSDC19.1-1.2 (species Parabacteroides merdae) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003061Strain Bacteroides finegoldii TSDC19.2-1.1 (species Bacteroides finegoldii) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003062Strain Bacteroides finegoldii TSDC19.2-1.2 (species Bacteroides finegoldii) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003063Strain Bacteroides fragilis TSDC19.2-1.1 (species Bacteroides fragilis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003064Strain Bacteroides ovatus TSDC19.2-1.1 (species Bacteroides ovatus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003065Strain Bacteroides ovatus TSDC19.2-1.2 (species Bacteroides ovatus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003066Strain Bacteroides ovatus TSDC19.2-2.1 (species Bacteroides ovatus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003067Strain Bacteroides ovatus TSDC19.2-3.1 (species Bacteroides ovatus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003068Strain Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron TSDC19.2-1.1 (species Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003069Strain Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron TSDC19.2-1.2 (species Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003070Strain Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron TSDC19.2-2.1 (species Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003071Strain Bacteroides TSDC19.2-1.1 (species Bacteroides) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003072Strain Bacteroides TSDC19.2-1.2 (species Bacteroides) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003073Strain Bacteroides TSDC19.2-1.3 (species Bacteroides) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003074Strain Bacteroides TSDC19.2-1.4 (species Bacteroides) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003075Strain Bacteroides uniformis TSDC19.2-1.1 (species Bacteroides uniformis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003076Strain Bacteroides vulgatus TSDC19.2-1.1 (species Bacteroides vulgatus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003077Strain Blautia schinkii TSDC19.2-1.1 (species Blautia schinkii) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003078Strain Butyricimonas virosa TSDC19.2-1.1 (species Butyricimonas virosa) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003079Strain Clostridiales TSDC19.2-1.1 (species Clostridiales) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003080Strain Clostridiales TSDC19.2-2.1 (species Clostridiales) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003081Strain Clostridiales TSDC19.2-3.1 (species Clostridiales) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003082Strain Clostridiales TSDC19.2-4.1 (species Clostridiales) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003083Strain Clostridiales TSDC19.2-5.1 (species Clostridiales) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003084Strain Clostridium leptum TSDC19.2-1.1 (species Clostridium leptum) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003085Strain Clostridium TSDC19.2-1.1 (species Clostridium) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003086Strain Clostridium TSDC19.2-1.2 (species Clostridium) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003087Strain Clostridium TSDC19.2-2.1 (species Clostridium) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003088Strain Collinsella aerofaciens TSDC19.2-1.1 (species Collinsella aerofaciens) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003089Strain Dorea formicigenerans TSDC19.2-1.1 (species Dorea formicigenerans) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003090Strain Eubacterium contortum TSDC19.2-1.1 (species Eubacterium contortum) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003091Strain Parabacteroides distasonis TSDC19.2-1.1 (species Parabacteroides distasonis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003092Strain Parabacteroides distasonis TSDC19.2-1.10 (species Parabacteroides distasonis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003093Strain Parabacteroides distasonis TSDC19.2-1.11 (species Parabacteroides distasonis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003094Strain Parabacteroides distasonis TSDC19.2-1.12 (species Parabacteroides distasonis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003095Strain Parabacteroides distasonis TSDC19.2-1.13 (species Parabacteroides distasonis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003096Strain Parabacteroides distasonis TSDC19.2-1.2 (species Parabacteroides distasonis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003097Strain Parabacteroides distasonis TSDC19.2-1.3 (species Parabacteroides distasonis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003098Strain Parabacteroides distasonis TSDC19.2-1.4 (species Parabacteroides distasonis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003099Strain Parabacteroides distasonis TSDC19.2-1.5 (species Parabacteroides distasonis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003100Strain Parabacteroides distasonis TSDC19.2-1.6 (species Parabacteroides distasonis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003101Strain Parabacteroides distasonis TSDC19.2-1.7 (species Parabacteroides distasonis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003102Strain Parabacteroides distasonis TSDC19.2-1.8 (species Parabacteroides distasonis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003103Strain Parabacteroides distasonis TSDC19.2-1.9 (species Parabacteroides distasonis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003104Strain Parabacteroides goldsteinii TSDC19.2-1.1 (species Parabacteroides goldsteinii) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003105Strain Parabacteroides goldsteinii TSDC19.2-1.2 (species Parabacteroides goldsteinii) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003106Strain Roseburia intestinalis TSDC19.2-1.1 (species Roseburia intestinalis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003107Strain Ruminococcus sp DJF VR70k1 TSDC19.2-1.1 (species Ruminococcus sp DJF VR70k1) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003108Strain Ruminococcus sp DJF VR70k1 TSDC19.2-1.2 (species Ruminococcus sp DJF VR70k1) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering
ERP003109Strain Ruminococcus torques TSDC19.2-1.1 (species Ruminococcus torques) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003110Strain Streptococcus gordonii TSDC19.2-1.1 (species Streptococcus gordonii) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003111Strain Streptococcus parasanguinis TSDC19.2-1.1 (species Streptococcus parasanguinis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003112Strain Streptococcus thermophilus TSDC19.2-1.1 (species Streptococcus thermophilus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003113Strain Streptococcus thermophilus TSDC19.2-1.2 (species Streptococcus thermophilus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 47). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003114Strain Anaerococcus vaginalis TSDC20.1-1.1 (species Anaerococcus vaginalis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003115Strain Anaerococcus vaginalis TSDC20.1-1.2 (species Anaerococcus vaginalis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003116Strain Anaerofustis stercorihominis TSDC20.1-1.1 (species Anaerofustis stercorihominis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003117Strain Bacteroides fragilis TSDC20.1-1.1 (species Bacteroides fragilis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003118Strain Bacteroides intestinalis TSDC20.1-1.1 (species Bacteroides intestinalis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003119Strain Bacteroides intestinalis TSDC20.1-1.2 (species Bacteroides intestinalis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003120Strain Bacteroides intestinalis TSDC20.1-1.3 (species Bacteroides intestinalis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003121Strain Bacteroides uniformis TSDC20.1-1.1 (species Bacteroides uniformis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003122Strain Bacteroides vulgatus TSDC20.1-1.1 (species Bacteroides vulgatus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003123Strain Bifidobacterium longum TSDC20.1-1.1 (species Bifidobacterium longum) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003124Strain Bifidobacterium longum TSDC20.1-1.2 (species Bifidobacterium longum) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003125Strain Bifidobacterium longum TSDC20.1-1.3 (species Bifidobacterium longum) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003126Strain Bifidobacterium longum TSDC20.1-1.4 (species Bifidobacterium longum) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003127Strain Bifidobacterium longum TSDC20.1-1.5 (species Bifidobacterium longum) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003128Strain Clostridiales TSDC20.1-1.1 (species Clostridiales) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003129Strain Clostridium scindens TSDC20.1-1.1 (species Clostridium scindens) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003130Strain Clostridium scindens TSDC20.1-1.2 (species Clostridium scindens) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003131Strain Clostridium scindens TSDC20.1-1.3 (species Clostridium scindens) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003132Strain Dorea longicatena TSDC20.1-1.1 (species Dorea longicatena) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003133Strain Dorea longicatena TSDC20.1-1.2 (species Dorea longicatena) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003134Strain Dorea longicatena TSDC20.1-1.3 (species Dorea longicatena) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003135Strain Dorea longicatena TSDC20.1-1.4 (species Dorea longicatena) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003136Strain Eggerthella lenta TSDC20.1-1.1 (species Eggerthella lenta) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003137Strain Eggerthella lenta TSDC20.1-1.2 (species Eggerthella lenta) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003138Strain Eggerthella lenta TSDC20.1-1.3 (species Eggerthella lenta) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003139Strain Eggerthella lenta TSDC20.1-1.4 (species Eggerthella lenta) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003140Strain Eggerthella lenta TSDC20.1-1.5 (species Eggerthella lenta) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003141Strain Eggerthella lenta TSDC20.1-1.6 (species Eggerthella lenta) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003142Strain Eggerthella lenta TSDC20.1-1.7 (species Eggerthella lenta) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003143Strain Eggerthella lenta TSDC20.1-1.8 (species Eggerthella lenta) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003144Strain Escherichia coli TSDC20.1-1.1 (species Escherichia coli) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003145Strain Escherichia coli TSDC20.1-1.2 (species Escherichia coli) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003146Strain Escherichia coli TSDC20.1-1.3 (species Escherichia coli) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003147Strain Escherichia coli TSDC20.1-1.4 (species Escherichia coli) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003148Strain Escherichia coli TSDC20.1-1.5 (species Escherichia coli) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003149Strain Escherichia coli TSDC20.1-1.6 (species Escherichia coli) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003150Strain Finegoldia magna TSDC20.1-1.1 (species Finegoldia magna) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003151Strain Finegoldia magna TSDC20.1-1.2 (species Finegoldia magna) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003152Strain Subdoligranulum variabile TSDC20.1-1.1 (species Subdoligranulum variabile) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003153Strain Subdoligranulum variabile TSDC20.1-2.1 (species Subdoligranulum variabile) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003154Strain Anaerofustis stercorihominis TSDC20.2-1.1 (species Anaerofustis stercorihominis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003155Strain Anaerofustis stercorihominis TSDC20.2-1.2 (species Anaerofustis stercorihominis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003156Strain Anaerofustis stercorihominis TSDC20.2-1.3 (species Anaerofustis stercorihominis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003157Strain Anaerofustis stercorihominis TSDC20.2-1.4 (species Anaerofustis stercorihominis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003158Strain Bacteroides caccae TSDC20.2-1.1 (species Bacteroides caccae) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003159Strain Bacteroides caccae TSDC20.2-1.2 (species Bacteroides caccae) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003160Strain Bacteroides caccae TSDC20.2-1.3 (species Bacteroides caccae) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003161Strain Bacteroides caccae TSDC20.2-1.4 (species Bacteroides caccae) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003162Strain Bacteroides fragilis TSDC20.2-1.1 (species Bacteroides fragilis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003163Strain Bacteroides fragilis TSDC20.2-1.2 (species Bacteroides fragilis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003164Strain Bacteroides fragilis TSDC20.2-1.3 (species Bacteroides fragilis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003165Strain Bacteroides fragilis TSDC20.2-1.4 (species Bacteroides fragilis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003166Strain Bacteroides intestinalis TSDC20.2-1.1 (species Bacteroides intestinalis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003167Strain Bacteroides intestinalis TSDC20.2-1.2 (species Bacteroides intestinalis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003168Strain Bacteroides intestinalis TSDC20.2-2.1 (species Bacteroides intestinalis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003169Strain Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron TSDC20.2-1.1 (species Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003170Strain Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron TSDC20.2-1.2 (species Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003171Strain Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron TSDC20.2-1.3 (species Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003172Strain Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron TSDC20.2-1.4 (species Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003173Strain Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron TSDC20.2-1.5 (species Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003174Strain Bacteroides uniformis TSDC20.2-1.1 (species Bacteroides uniformis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003175Strain Bacteroides uniformis TSDC20.2-1.2 (species Bacteroides uniformis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003176Strain Bacteroides uniformis TSDC20.2-1.3 (species Bacteroides uniformis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003177Strain Bacteroides uniformis TSDC20.2-1.4 (species Bacteroides uniformis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003178Strain Bacteroides uniformis TSDC20.2-1.5 (species Bacteroides uniformis) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003179Strain Bacteroides vulgatus TSDC20.2-1.1 (species Bacteroides vulgatus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003180Strain Bifidobacterium longum TSDC20.2-1.1 (species Bifidobacterium longum) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003181Strain Bifidobacterium longum TSDC20.2-1.2 (species Bifidobacterium longum) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003182Strain Bifidobacterium longum TSDC20.2-1.3 (species Bifidobacterium longum) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003183Strain Bifidobacterium longum TSDC20.2-1.4 (species Bifidobacterium longum) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003184Strain Bifidobacterium longum TSDC20.2-1.5 (species Bifidobacterium longum) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003185Strain Bifidobacterium longum TSDC20.2-1.6 (species Bifidobacterium longum) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003186Strain Bifidobacterium longum TSDC20.2-1.7 (species Bifidobacterium longum) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003187Strain Clostridium bolteae TSDC20.2-1.1 (species Clostridium bolteae) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003188Strain Clostridium hylemonae TSDC20.2-1.1 (species Clostridium hylemonae) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003189Strain Clostridium hylemonae TSDC20.2-1.2 (species Clostridium hylemonae) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003190Strain Clostridium scindens TSDC20.2-1.1 (species Clostridium scindens) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003191Strain Escherichia coli TSDC20.2-1.1 (species Escherichia coli) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003192Strain Finegoldia magna TSDC20.2-1.1 (species Finegoldia magna) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003193Strain Ruminococcus gnavus TSDC20.2-1.1 (species Ruminococcus gnavus) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003194Strain Subdoligranulum variabile TSDC20.2-1.1 (species Subdoligranulum variabile) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003195Strain Veillonella parvula TSDC20.2-1.1 (species Veillonella parvula) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003196Strain Veillonella parvula TSDC20.2-1.2 (species Veillonella parvula) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003197Strain Veillonella parvula TSDC20.2-1.3 (species Veillonella parvula) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003198Strain Veillonella parvula TSDC20.2-1.4 (species Veillonella parvula) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003199Strain Veillonella parvula TSDC20.2-1.5 (species Veillonella parvula) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003200Strain Veillonella TSDC20.2-1.1 (species Veillonella parvula) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003201Strain Veillonella TSDC20.2-1.2 (species Veillonella parvula) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003202Strain Veillonella TSDC20.2-1.3 (species Veillonella parvula) was isolated from the fecal microbiota of a USA female at time point zero (bacterial isolates were sequenced from this donor on day 0 and 57). The species name was assigned by genome clustering.
ERP003203Genome aberrations in canine mammary carcinomas and their detection in cell-free plasma DNA
ERP003204Entamoeba histolytica trophozoites were treated with compound SFB9 and DMSO (control). Samples were taken at 0, 12, 24 hours in triplicate for both DMSO control and SFB9 treatment (n=3 x 6). The polyA+ RNA were sequenced using Illumina HiSeq2000.
ERP003205Genomic assembly of trematode Dicrocoelium dendriticum, as part of the 50 Helminth Genomes Initiative; sequencing of the parasitic worms that have the greatest impact on human, agricultural and veterinary disease and cause significant global health issues particularly in the developing world, or those used as model organisms.
ERP003210IWGSC Chromosome sequence survey of hexaploid wheat CS42
ERP003211Phytomonas_Hart1
ERP003213Correlation between Clostridium difficile Bacterial Load, Commercial Real-time PCR Cycle Thresholds, and Results of Diagnostic Tests Based on Enzyme Immunoassay and Cell-Culture Cytotoxicity Assay
ERP003214Draft genome sequence of the virulent Avibacterium paragallinarum serotype A strain JF4211 and identification of two toxins.
ERP003215Draft genome sequence of the virulent Clostridium chauvoei reference strain JF4335
ERP003216Thiomonas sp. CB2 complete genome sequencing
ERP003217Bacillus amyloliquefaciens strain UCMB5033: Complete genome sequence of a plant associated bacterium
ERP003218Transcriptome analysis of the Cylicostephanus goldi
ERP003219Genomic comparison of Fluoroquinolone resistant and susceptible outbreak strains of Stenotrophomonas maltophilia
ERP003220Whole-genome sequencign identifies recurring CTNNB1 and PNLIP1 mutations in NASH-related liver cancer
ERP003223The genome of the algae-associated marine flavobacterium Formosa agariphila KMM 3901T reveals a broad potential for the degradation of algal polysaccharides
ERP003224Fungal Diversity In Permafrost And Tallgrass Prairie Soils Under Experimental Warming
ERP003225A single molecule and long-read view of the diverse human transcriptome
ERP003226RNAseq transcriptomic signature associated depletion of Evi/Wls in epidermal sheets of mice, expression analysis of epidermal sheets of Evi/Wls knockout and wildtype mice
ERP003227Using the Illumina cancerpanel to sequence clear cell renal cell carcinoma samples
ERP003228Impact of selective digestive decontamination on patient gut microbiome
ERP003229Full genome sequencing of Lichtheimia corymbifera - a human pathogenic Mucorales species
ERP003230Exome capture identifies recurrent somatic mutations in EIF1AX and SF3B1 anti-correlated in uveal melanoma with disomy 3
ERP003232Carriage of Enterobacteriaceae producing extended spectrum beta-lactamases in kindergarten children in the Lao People’s Democratic Republic
ERP003233Identification and characterization of two novel viruses in ocular infections in reindeer
ERP003234Phenotypic and genetic characterization of the populations forming the Y. pseudotuberculosis complex
ERP003236Phenotypic and genetic characterization of the populations forming the Y. pseudotuberculosis complex
ERP003237Phenotypic and genetic characterization of the populations forming the Y. pseudotuberculosis complex
ERP003238Phenotypic and genetic characterization of the populations forming the Y. pseudotuberculosis complex
ERP003239Phenotypic and genetic characterization of the populations forming the Y. pseudotuberculosis complex
ERP003240Phenotypic and genetic characterization of the populations forming the Y. pseudotuberculosis complex
ERP003241Phenotypic and genetic characterization of the populations forming the Y. pseudotuberculosis complex
ERP003242Phenotypic and genetic characterization of the populations forming the Y. pseudotuberculosis complex
ERP003243Phenotypic and genetic characterization of the populations forming the Y. pseudotuberculosis complex
ERP003244Phenotypic and genetic characterization of the populations forming the Y. pseudotuberculosis complex
ERP003245Transcription termination and chimeric RNA formation controlled by Arabidopsis thaliana FPA and DICER-LIKE 1
ERP003246transcriptome of holcus lanatus
ERP003247Analysis of the wound isolate Pseudomonas aeruginosa WS136
ERP003248Analysis of the wound isolate Pseudomonas aeruginosa WS394
ERP003249Different bacterial communities in ectomycorrhizae and surrounding soil
ERP003250On the footprints of an invasion: : the genetic paradox in the green algae Caulerpa taxifolia, a drifting hotspot of microbial diversity
ERP003251Illumina metabarcoding of a soil fungal community
ERP003252Genome sequencing of Staphylococcus aureus NCTC8325 derivatives BB255, RA120 and ME51
ERP003254Complete genome of the soft rot mushroom pathogen Janthinobacterium agaricidamnosum
ERP003256Linkages between decomposition of terrigenous dissolved organic matter (DOM) and microbial community structure: influences of chemical DOM characteristics.
ERP003257VARIABILITY IN THE BRONCHIAL MICROBIOME OF SEVERE COPD PATIENTS COLONIZED BY PSEUDOMONAS AERUGINOSA
ERP003258Mycobacterium septicum genome
ERP003259RNA-Seq after knockdown of SON in human embryonic stem cells
ERP003260MLE ChIP-seq
ERP003261Eimeria tenella genome sequencing
ERP003262MLE HITS-CLIP in Drosophila S2 cells
ERP003263A methyltransferase EHMT1 controls brown adipose cell fate and adaptive thermogenesis through a PRDM16 complex
ERP003264Imprinting RNAseq
ERP003265BN and SHR rat expression profiling left ventricle
ERP003266The_transcriptome_of_olfactory_sensory_neurons
ERP003267Reconstructing genome evolution in historic samples of Phytophthora infestans
ERP003268Genome sequence of the mosquito symbiont Asaia platycodi strain SF2.1
ERP003269Genome sequence of the honey bee symbiont Saccharibacter sp. strain AM169
ERP0032711000 Genomes Phase 1 Analysis
ERP003272Exploration of the redundancy between FOXA1 and AP2alpha in androgen receptor transcription complex
ERP003275Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003276Differences in nifH- Diversity and Associated Taxa Across an Alaskan Permafrost Thaw Gradient
ERP003277Penicillium roqueforti FM164 annotation
ERP003278Global_dataset_of_Neisseria_gonorrhoeae_spanning_2_decades_to_study_global_spread_through_the_dissemination_of_drug_resistant_clones
ERP003279Global_and_local_genomics_of_Mycobacterium_ulcerans
ERP003291Fungal community structure in disease suppressive soils from the Mediterranean climatic region assessed by 28S LSU gene sequencing
ERP003292Cut_efficiency_and_off_target_cleavage_analysis_of_the_CRISPR_Cas9_system
ERP003293Single_cell_analysis_of_the_transcriptomic_heterogeneity_of_ground_state_pluripotency_____
ERP003294Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003295Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003296Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003297Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003298Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003299Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003300Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003301Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003302Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003303Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003304Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003305Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003306Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003307Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003308Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003309Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003310Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003311Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003312Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003313Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003314Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003315Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003316Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003317Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003318Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003319Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003320Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003321Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003322Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003323Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003324Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003325Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003326Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003327Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003328Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003329Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003330Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003331Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003332Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003333Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003334Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003335Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003336Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003337Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003338Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003339Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003340Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003341Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003342Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003343Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003344Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003345Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003346Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003347Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003348Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003349Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003350Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003351Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003352Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003353Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003354Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003355Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003356Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003357Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003358Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003359Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003360Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003361Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003362Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003363Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003364Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003365Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003366Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003367Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003368Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003369Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003370Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003371Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003372Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003373Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003374Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003375Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003376Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003377Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003378Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003379Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003380Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003381Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003382Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003383Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003384Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003385Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003386Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003387Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003388Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003389Genomic evolution and transmission of Helicobacter pylori
ERP003390Effects of Helicobacter pylori strain J166 on the gastic microbiota of rhesus monkeys
ERP003391Whole-genome assembly of wild rice Oryza rufipogon W1943
ERP003392DNA sequencing of 9 Taiwanese patients with upper-urinary tract urothelial cell carcinoma who are suspected of exposure to aristolochic acid
ERP003394A senescence-inflammatory switch from cancer-inhibitory to cancer-promoting mechanism
ERP003395Staphylococcus_aureus_ST239_diversity_in_Thailand
ERP003396Veterinary_hospital_MRSA_infection_study
ERP003398ChIP_Seq_Based_Gene_Screening_in_Mice
ERP003400Bacterial community dynamics in the butterfly Heliconius erato
ERP003401VARIABILITY IN THE BRONCHIAL MICROBIOME OF SEVERE COPD PATIENTS COLONIZED BY PSEUDOMONAS AERUGINOSA
ERP003402Transcriptional profiling of sweetpotato (Ipomoea batatas) roots indicates down-regulation of lignin biosynthesis and up-regulation of starch biosynthesis at an early stage of storage root formation.
ERP003403Tbrucei_H1_RNAi
ERP003404Somatic_mutations_in_normal_murine_tissue
ERP003405Comparative genomics of Campylobacter coli
ERP003406Genome and transcriptome adaptation accompanying emergence of the DT2 host-adapted Salmonella Typhimurium pathovar
ERP003408Marine microbial indicators in coastal areas: a metagenomic approach
ERP003409Four samples were collected from biological reactors treating wastewater containing an anionic surfactant (linear alklybenzene sulfonate - LAS)
ERP003411Mapping the small RNA content of simian immunodeficiency virions (SIV)
ERP003412Widely used Listeria monocytogenes strains EGD, 10403S and EGD-e are genetically and phenotypically different.
ERP003413The sequencing of the genome of the Wolbachia endosymbiont wDi of the filarial nematode Dirofilaria immitis
ERP003414The genome sequence of the Wolbachia endosymbiont wLs of the filarial nematode Litomosoides sigmodontis
ERP003415Fungi in air of Rehovot, Israel in 2009
ERP003417Emergence of yersinia pseudotuberculosis strains with a plasmid-mediated antibiotics resistance
ERP003418Direct sequencing of low DNA amount
ERP003419Comparative genomics of Klebsiella pneumoniae isolates.
ERP003420Comparative genomics of Klebsiella pneumoniae isolates.
ERP003421Generation of a Tn5 transposon library in Haemophilus parasuis and analysis by Transposon-Directed Insertion-Site Sequencing (TraDIS)
ERP003422Non contiguous-finished genome sequence and description of Gorillea massiliensis gen. nov., sp. nov., a new member of the family Paenibacillaceae
ERP003424Strongyloides_ratti_diversity
ERP003425Intestinal microbiota composition of interleukin-10 deficient C57BL/6J mice and susceptibility to Helicobacter hepaticus-induced colitis
ERP003426Waterborne C.jejuni Outbreak
ERP003427Sequencing of HVVMRXALLeA0131P08 BAC
ERP003428Genomic assembly of trematode Schistosomatium douthitti, as part of the 50 Helminth Genomes Initiative; sequencing of the parasitic worms that have the greatest impact on human, agricultural and veterinary disease and cause significant global health issues particularly in the developing world, or those used as model organisms.
ERP003429Transcriptome of the fungus L. gongylophorus cultivated by the leaf-cutting ant Acromyrmex echinatior
ERP003431multiple_crypto_grubii_experiment
ERP003432Metagenomic Analysis of microbial Communities Inhabiting the Fairy Ring Zone of Tricholoma matsutake
ERP003433Substantial compositional turnover of fungal communities in an alpine ridge-to-snowbed gradient
ERP003434Sequencing of Serratia symbiotica strain SCt-VLC endosymbiont of the aphid Cinara tujafilina (cypress pine aphid)
ERP003435Ancient dispersal of the human fungal pathogen Cryptococcus gattii from the Amazon rainforest
ERP003436Light dependent proteorhodopsin expression by SAR11 in Delaware coastal waters
ERP003437Analysis of targeted exons by selector technology enrichment and SOLID sequencing of DNA from 100 individuals from Finland with dyslexia.
ERP003438Spodoptera exigua MNPV isolate VT-SeAl1, complete genome.
ERP003439Spodoptera exigua MNPV isolate VT-SeAl2, complete genome.
ERP003440Spodoptera exigua MNPV isolate VT-SeOx4, complete genome.
ERP003441Spodoptera exigua MNPV isolate HT-SeG24, complete genome.
ERP003442Spodoptera exigua MNPV isolate HT-SeG25, complete genome.
ERP003443Spodoptera exigua MNPV isolate HT-SeG26, complete genome.
ERP003444Spodoptera exigua MNPV isolate HT-SeSP2A, complete genome.
ERP003445Transcritome re-sequencing defines genetic variation between and within barley varieties.
ERP003446Halomonas sp. A3H3 complete genome sequencing
ERP003447K.kingae strain KK238 (osteomyelitis)
ERP003448K.kingae KK93 (bacteremia)
ERP003449K.kingae strain KK97 (bacteremia)
ERP003450K.kingae KK189 (bacteremia)
ERP003451K.kingae KK158 (bacteremia)
ERP003452K.kingae KK260 (bacteremia)
ERP003453K.kingae KK98 (bacteremia)
ERP003454K.kingae KK245 (bacteremia)
ERP003455Dynamics in Ovarian Cancer Evolution
ERP003458Clostridium massilioamazoniensis genome
ERP003459Anaerosalibacter massiliensis genome
ERP003460Influence of RNA extraction methods and library selection schemes on RNA-seq data
ERP003461Differentiation of mesenchymal stem cells into adipocytes.
ERP003462Metabarcode diversity from single eukaryotic cells
ERP003463Sequencing of the genome of Clonostachys rosaea IK726
ERP003464Genome sequences of clinical and environmental isolates of Serratia marcescens
ERP003465FHB on wheat
ERP003466The gut microbiota of Colombian adults with varying body mass index
ERP003467VZV infection of primary keratinocytes
ERP003468L3MBTL2 in HEK293 cells - ChIPseq
ERP003469Clostridium thermocellum BC1 genome sequencing
ERP003470Genetics of drug resistance and a linkage map in Haemonchus contortus
ERP003471RNA-seq transcript assembly evaluation
ERP003474The study primarily aimed at investigation of occurrence of Gram negative, anaerobic beer spoilage microorganisms belonging to genera; Pectinatus and Megasphaera in the major UK breweries. The study also aimed at optimisation of multiplex PCR and use of optimised methodology for detection of beer spoilage Pectinatus, Megasphaera, Lactobacillus and Pediococcus species. The putative isolates of Pectinatus and Megasphaera were premeditated to be characterised initially using routine microbial methods and ultimately intended to be identified using partial 16S ribosomal gene sequencing. The main aim of this study was to develop a Luminometer based, chemiluminescence method for rapid detection of beer spoilage microorganisms belonging to genera; Pectinatus and Megasphaera. Acridinium ester labelled DNA probes were used for genus and species specific detection of these microorganisms. The project also focussed on evaluation of specificity and sensitivity of the developed acridinium ester labelled DNA probes. Finally the study aimed at development of routine protocols for different brewery environment samples and evaluated compatibility of routinely used beer enrichment media with the developed HPA assay.
ERP003475SYSTEMATIC PHARMACOGENOMIC ANALYSIS USING A PERSONAL GENOME OF A MALAY INDIVIDUAL
ERP003476Sequencing the coffee tree genome (Coffea canephora)
ERP003480Three potato cultivars infected by Phytophthora infestans
ERP003481De novo 454 transcriptome sequencing of Mecistocirrus digitatus, a neglected parasitic GI nematode of cattle and buffalo.
ERP003482Draft genome sequences of Pseudomonas aeruginosa B3 strains sampled from cystic fibrosis patient undergoing chemotherapy
ERP003483Non-contiguous finished genome sequence and description of Bacillus massilioalgeriensis sp. nov.
ERP003484Non-contiguous finished genome sequence and description of Paucisalibacillus massilioalgeriensis sp. nov.
ERP003485Non-contiguous finished genome sequence and description of Nocardiopsis massilioalgeriensis sp. nov.
ERP003486Non-contiguous finished genome sequence and description of Streptomyces batnamassiliensis sp. nov.
ERP003487Non-contiguous finished genome sequence and description of Streptomyces sp. producing antibacterial activity.
ERP003488High-throughput sequencing of amplicons for monitoring yeast biodiversity in must and during alcoholic fermentation.
ERP003490Evaluating the microbial diversity of wild Canadian ruminants
ERP003491The genome of Jujuba sequences
ERP003492Practical innovations for high-throughput amplicon sequencing
ERP003493Vaginal microbiome of VVC patients
ERP003494Tissue_Transcriptomics_of_mice_at_different_stages_of_Vibrio_cholerae_infection
ERP003495GSK-inhibitor treatment in IMR32 neuroblastoma cell line
ERP003496RNA-Seq analysis of marine metatranscriptome
ERP003497nifH defined community samples used for analysis testing
ERP003498This study improves our understanding of the Z. jujuba genome and provides a valuable genomic resource for this economically important plant.
ERP003499we performed partial genome sequencing by the next generation sequencing technology
ERP003500This study improves our understanding of the Z. jujuba genome and provides a valuable genomic resource for this economically important plant.
ERP003501Next Generation Sequencing and Genome Information of Parasite Biodiversity of medico-veterinary significance in North-East India
ERP003502Genome of Candidatus Cardinium hertigii endosymbiont of Bemisia tabacia, strain cBtQ1
ERP003503Effect of FOXA1 over-expression upon AR binding in AR-driven cancers
ERP003504RAD-seq reduced-genome sequencing of 262 S. cerevisiae strains for phylogenetic analysis
ERP003506Effects of a cooked diet on mouse gene expression
ERP003507RNA-sequencing DE Spd (humerus)
ERP003508Isoniazid_resistant_TB_outbreak_investigation
ERP003509Salmonella_enterica_ser__Typhimurium_in_Argentina
ERP003510Forest-biodiversity
ERP003511buk defined community sequence data from 454 GS FLX Titanium platform and 454 GS Junior platform
ERP003512characterizing the gut communitties of twins discordant for obesity in gnotobiotic mice
ERP003513characterizing the gut communitties of twins discordant for obesity in gnotobiotic mice
ERP003514Cultured gut bacterial consortia from twins discordant for obesity modulate adiposity in gnotobiotic mice
ERP003515Compartmentalized microbial composition, oxygen gradients and nitrogen fixation in the gut of Odontotaenius disjunctus
ERP003516Draft Genome Sequence of the Gammaproteobacterium Psychromonas sp. Strain SP041, Isolated from Spitsbergen, Svalbard
ERP003517Gerbil adaptation of Helicobacter pylori HP87 (genomes)
ERP003518gerbil-adaptation of Helicobacter pylori HP87(genomes)
ERP003519gerbil-adaptation of Helicobacter pylori HP87 (genomes)
ERP003520gerbil-adaptation of Helicobacter pylori HP87 (genomes)
ERP003521Deep whole genome sequence data for the Y117 family using 2x250 reads
ERP003522Transcriptome profiles of sousa chinensis leucocyte
ERP003523Xenorhabdus poinarii strain G6
ERP003524Xenorhabdus doucetiae strain FRM16
ERP003525The bacterial diversity of mid-flow first urine samples was determined using 16S rRNA gene inventories
ERP003527Next Generation Sequencing and Genome Information of Parasite Biodiversity of medico-veterinary significance in North-East India
ERP003528Draft genome sequence of a marine Streptomyces sp. AW19M42 isolated in Tysfjorden, Northern Norway
ERP003529Kuenenia stuttgartiensis enrichment culture resequencing 2012
ERP003531Stability of soil microbial structure and activity depends on microbial diversity
ERP003532Metagenomic sequencing of two depths of the Arabian sea oxygen minimum zone using SOLiD and IonTorrent
ERP003533HCC38_Human_Cancer_Cell_Line_Study__Single_Cell__
ERP003534DNA Methylation Profiles Define Stem Cell Identity and Reveal a Tight Embryonic-Extraembryonic Lineage Boundary
ERP003535Initial stress responses of Candida albicans to combinations of cationic, oxidative and nitrosative stresses
ERP003536RNA-seq read alignment evaluation
ERP003538Sequencing of C. elegans strain WS3835 for mutation detection
ERP003539Sequencing of C. elegans strain WS3855 for mutation detection
ERP003540Sequencing of C. elegans strain WS4018 for mutation detection
ERP003541Investigating the bacterial skin communities of amphibians in Central California
ERP003544Coxiella burnetii Cb185 related to materno-foetal infection
ERP003545Whole genome assembly of the Paenibacillus sp. strain P22, which was isolated from poplar hybrid 741, based on Ion Torrent reads.
ERP003546Labedella massiliensis genome
ERP003547Bacillus ndiopicus genome
ERP003548Bacillus dielmoensis genome
ERP003549Pantoea massiliensis genome
ERP003551Ridaura_Cohousing_Humanized_mice_RNAseq
ERP003555CRISPR RNA isolated from the purified CSM complex from Sulfolobus solfataricus
ERP003558genomic analysis of Coxiella burnetii strain Cb94_G361
ERP003559genomic analysis of Coxiella burnetii strain Cb111
ERP003560genomic analysis of Coxiella burnetii strain Cb155
ERP003561genomic analysis of Coxiella burnetii strain Cb149
ERP003562genomic analysis of Coxiella burnetii strain Cb180
ERP003563genomic analysis of Coxiella burnetiistrain Cb68
ERP003564genomic analysis of Coxiella burnetii, strain Cb13
ERP003565genomic analysis of Coxiella burnetii, strain Cb121
ERP003566genomic analysis of Coxiella burnetii, stran Cb69
ERP003567genomic analysis of Coxiella burnetii, strain Brasov
ERP003568genomic analysis of Coxiella burnetii, strain Cb119
ERP003569genomic analysis of Coxiella burnetii, strain DOG UTAD
ERP003570genomic analysis of Coxiella burnetii, strain CbZ2534
ERP003571genomic analysis of Coxiella burnetii, strain Cb184
ERP003572genomic analysis of Coxiella burnetii, strain Cb80
ERP003573genomic analysis of Coxiella burnetii, strain Cb132
ERP003574genomic analysis of Coxiella burnetii, strain Cb170
ERP003575genomic analysis of Coxiella burnetii, stran Cb51
ERP003576genomic analysis of Coxiella burnetii, strain HzS
ERP003577Haploid_ES_cell_sequencing
ERP003578Huwe1_tumour_sequencing
ERP003579TraDIS_study_on_Clostridium_difficile
ERP003581the genome sequence of Acanthocheilonema viteae is a filarial nematode parasite of rodents
ERP003582A comparative genomic project aiming to sequence the genomes of isolates representing the diversity of the Legionella pneumophila population
ERP003583Bacterial communities as a diagnostic tool for watershed quality assessment
ERP003584Draft genome sequences of Pseudomonas aeruginosa strain B3-1811 sampled from a cystic fibrosis patient.
ERP003585Draft genome sequences of Pseudomonas aeruginosa strain B3-208 sampled from a cystic fibrosis patient.
ERP003586Draft genome sequences of Pseudomonas aeruginosa strain B3-20M sampled from a cystic fibrosis patient.
ERP003587Draft genome sequences of Pseudomonas aeruginosa strain B3-CFI sampled from a cystic fibrosis patient.
ERP003588Differences in gut microbiota in CeD patient before and after GFD
ERP003589Ontogenic Resistance in Apple
ERP003590Improved Workflows for High Throughput Library Preparation using the Transposome-Based Nextera System
ERP003592Equine Multiple Congenital Ocular Anomalies and Silver Coat Colour Result from the Pleiotropic Effects of Mutant PMEL
ERP003593Sequencing and de novo analysis of the Litopenaeus vannamei transcriptome
ERP003594Collection of reads sequenced using the Illumina MiSeq platform of Norovirus positive samples
ERP003595Genome sequence of Xenorhabdus bovienii from Steinernema feltiae isolated in France
ERP003596Genome sequence of Xenorhabdus bovienii from Steinernema feltiae isolated in FL
ERP003597Genome sequence of Xenorhabdus bovienii from Steinernema feltiae isolated in Moldova
ERP003598Genome sequence of Xenorhabdus bovienii from Steinernema puntauvense isolated in Costa Rica.
ERP003599Genome sequence of Xenorhabdus bovienii from Steinernema oregonense isolated in Oregon, USA.
ERP003600Genome sequence of Xenorhabdus bovienii from Steinernema kraussei isolated in Quebec, Canada.
ERP003601Genome sequence of Xenorhabdus bovienii from Steinernema kraussei from Becker Underwood Company
ERP003602Genome sequence of Xenorhabdus bovienii from Steinernema jollieti obtained from Monsanto Company isolate 2007