Volume 27, Number 11—November 2021
Co-Infection with 4 Species of Mycobacteria Identified by Using Next-Generation Sequencing
|Strain||Genome size, bp||Coverage, bp||Coverage, %||Read depth||Quality|
|Mycobacterium avium complex sp YG||5,521,023||4,900,000||88.752||1223.91×||39.4|
|M. tuberculosis complex||4,405,981||4,405,474||99.999||63.32×||39.4|
|Mycobacterium sp. Mott36Y||5,613,626||5,300,000||94.413||1209.57×||39.4|
1These first authors contributed equally to this article.
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