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Metagenomics: Sequences from the Environment

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Metagenomics: Sequences from the Environment

Publisher: National Library of Medicine

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Metagenomics is the functional and sequence-based analysis of the collective microbial genomes that are contained in an environmental sample. This publication contains a collection of chapters developed by NCBI from metagenome projects submitted to the Genomes Projects database.

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