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Old 05-19-2013, 06:58 PM   #1
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Default Gene based abundance comparison in two metagenomics dataset

Hi all,

I am trying to compare spesific gene abundance from two assembled metagenomics datasets. Does scaffold coverage calculated for every scaffold containing the gene enough to make the data comparable?
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If the sequenced samples had similar DNA concentration and are expected to have similar species abundance and the metagenomic coverage is similar, then maybe. Otherwise, probably not.
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