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ΦCrAss001 represents the most abundant bacteriophage family in the human gut and infects Bacteroides intestinalis

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posted on 21.11.2020, 19:54 by Andrey Shkoporov, Ekaterina Khokhlova, Brian Fitzgerald, Stephen Stockdale, Lorraine A. Draper, R. Paul Ross, Colin Hill
Collection of source data files and scripts for the manuscript "ΦCrAss001 represents the most abundant bacteriophage family in the human gut and infects Bacteroides intestinalis" by Shkoporov et al.:
  • "source_data_file.xls" - Source tables, un-cropped gels and images needed to re-create Fig. 3a,b,d,e, Supp. Fig. 3a,b (all XLS tabs labelled accordingly).
  • "figure_3a_MS_spectra.xlsx" - peptide fingerprinting MALDI-TOF MS spectra which underlie protein identification in Fig. 3a.
  • "figure2... .pdb" files - protein structure data in .pdb format needed to re-create Fig. 2
  • "figure3c... .gbk" files - annotated nucleotide sequence files in .gbk format needed to re-create Fig. 3c
  • "figure_1_crAss001_gview_1.7_style.gss" - a GView v1.7 'style' file needed to reproduce Fig. 1
  • "supplementary_figure_1_source.R, supplementary_figure_1_source1.txt, supplementary_figure_1_source2.csv, supplementary_figure_1_source3.csv" - an R script and source data tables needed to reproduce Supp. Fig. 1
  • "supplementary_figure_2_source.R, supplementary_figure_2_source.txt" - an R script and a source data table needed to reproduce Supp. Fig. 2
  • "supplementary_figure_3c_source.R, supplementary_figure_3c_source.txt" - an R script and a source data table needed to reproduce Supp. Fig. 3c

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