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Fig. 7 | Genome Biology

Fig. 7

From: SEPATH: benchmarking the search for pathogens in human tissue whole genome sequence data leads to template pipelines

Fig. 7

The application of SEPATH pipelines on a range of cancer types. Output genera from Kraken (left) and mOTUs2 (right) human-depleted, quality-trimmed reads from whole genome sequencing files. n = 10 for each of cervical cancer (a, b), stomach cancer (c, d), and medulloblastoma (e, f). For display purposes, mOTUs2 results were filtered to show taxa that occurred in at least 3 samples. Kraken results were filtered for taxa that were in a minimum of 5 samples, or had a mean read count of over 5,000

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