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Volume 27, Number 11—November 2021
Research Letter

Co-Infection with 4 Species of Mycobacteria Identified by Using Next-Generation Sequencing

Lulan Wang1, Dakai Liu1Comments to Author , Lok Yung, George David Rodriguez, Nishant Prasad, Sorana Segal-Maurer, Vishnu Singh, Ellee Vikram, Angela Zou, Genhong ChengComments to Author , and William Harry RodgersComments to Author 
Author affiliations: University of California, Los Angeles, California, USA (L. Wang, E. Vikram, A. Zou, G. Cheng); New York-Presbyterian Queens Hospital, Flushing, New York, USA (D. Liu, L. Yung, G.D. Rodriguez, N. Prasad, S. Segal-Maurer, V. Singh, W.H. Rodgers); Weil Cornell Medical College, New York (W.H. Rodgers)

Main Article


Classification and coverage of multiple Mycobacterium strains identified by using next-generation sequencing of isolates from a woman in New York, New York, USA

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
M. abscessus 5,090,491 139,997 2.750 7.66× 39.4

Main Article

1These first authors contributed equally to this article.

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