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Old 06-06-2010, 11:02 PM   #1
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Question Eukaryote ARB Database

Hi all,

I am doing some studies looking at microbial diversity and I am getting a significant level of eukaryotes (mostly fungi). I do not have much experience with eukaryotes and I want to look into them in more detail. Does anyone know of a database for ARB covering eukaryotes or even just fungi.

Also any suggestions on using 18S vs, ITS1 sequence would be very helpful

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The silva database ( has a pretty comprehensive 18S sequence collection. You can remove the Bacteria and Archaea if you want to just focus on Euks and limit your database size. I don't know of any ARB database for internal transcribed spacer regions.
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