The relationships between faecal egg counts and gut microbial composition in UK Thoroughbreds infected by cyathostomins

Published: 23 January 2018| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/g7chkjrp8f.1
Contributors:
Laura Peachey,
Cinzia Cantacessi,
Timothy Jenkins

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Uploaded data includes curated and raw data linked to the following article: Peachey, LE., et al. 2017. The relationships between faecal egg counts and gut microbial composition in UK Thoroughbreds infected by cyathostomins. Int. J. Para. In press. (link to article will be updated when article is online). Please see this article for the research hypothesis, study design and analyses/interpretation of findings The uploaded data here includes: 1) Trimmed and and joined (paired end) MiSEQ sequence fast files for sequence reads from each animal sample 2) QIIME output OTU table with OTU read numbers for each sample 3) Metadata V6 CSV file for biostatistical analyses. i.e. linking sample i.d. numbers in the QIIME OTU output table to animal groups according to infection status and time-points

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University of Cambridge

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Microbiome

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