Volume 20, Number 1—January 2014
Novel Avian Coronavirus and Fulminating Disease in Guinea Fowl, France
|Read type||No. (%) reads|
|Total reads generated||476,430|
|Cellular reads||142,739 (30)|
|Bacterial reads||246,787 (51.8)|
|Archaea reads||35,271 (7.4)|
|Phage, plant, and insect virus reads||32,477 (6.8)|
|Eukaryote virus reads||19,155 (4.0)|
|Coronavirus reads||1,441 (7.5)†|
*Sequencing was performed by using MiSeq (Illumina, San Diego, CA, USA) and analyzed by using the GAAS (http://gaas.sourceforge.net/) algorithm with an expected value of 10−3 (7).
†Percent within eukaryote virus reads.
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1These authors contributed equally to this article.