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Don't make a mista(g)ke: Is tag switching an overlooked source of error in amplicon pyrosequencing studies?Author(s): Tor Carlsen; Anders Bjornsgaard Aas; Daniel Lindner; Trude Vralstad; Trond Schumacher; Havard Kauserud
Source: Fungal Ecology. 5(2012): 747-749.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionHigh throughput sequencing has become a powerful tool for fungal ecologists to explore the diversity and composition of fungal communities. However, various biases and errors are associated with the new sequencing techniques that must be handled properly. We here provide evidence for a source of error that has not yet been taken into account.
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CitationCarlsen, Tor; Aas, Anders Bjornsgaard; Lindner, Daniel; Vralstad, Trude; Schumacher, Trond; Kauserud, Havard. 2012. Don't make a mista(g)ke: Is tag switching an overlooked source of error in amplicon pyrosequencing studies? Fungal Ecology. 5(2012): 747-749.
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