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Data from: Metagenomes and Metagenome-Assembled Genomes from Ex Vivo Fecal Incubations of Six Unique Donors

    This is a dataset consisting of donor-specific collections of 78 metagenomes (13 / donor) and 143 metagenome-assembled genomes (MAGs) representing the gut microbiomes of six healthy adult human donors. Raw sequencing data and MAG sequence data will be available in NCBI under BioProject accession PRJNA961974. Spreadsheets attached to this dataset include individual accession numbers and sequencing depth for the raw data; and assembly and NCBI accession numbers, binning information, quality metrics, and taxonomic assignments for the MAGs.

    Data From: Habitat type and host grazing regimen influence the soil microbial diversity and communities within potential biting midge larval habitats

      Culicoides biting midges are important vectors of diverse microbes such as viruses, protozoa, and nematodes that cause diseases in wild and domestic animals. To investigate the role of microbial communities in midge larval habitat utilization in the wild, we characterized microbial communities (bacterial, protistan, fungal and metazoan) in soils from disturbed (bison and cattle grazed) and undisturbed (non-grazed) pond and spring potential midge larval habitats. We evaluated the influence of habitat and grazing disturbance and their interaction on microbial communities, diversity, presence of midges, and soil properties.