Melbourne Metagenomic Archive

Unlocking published metagenomes as a source of information for microbial eukaryotes

MGnify ID ENA Accession ID Filesize Samples Paired End Files Title Status
MGYS00000410 PRJEB1787 4.29 TB 246 492 Shotgun Sequencing of Tara Oceans DNA samples corresponding to size fractions for prokaryotes. UPLOAD SUCCESS
MGYS00005294 PRJNA385854 2.32 TB 480 960 Marine metagenomes from the bioGEOTRACES project RUN FAIL
SRP065787 PRJNA292297 2.25 TB 45 90 DWH Sediment metagenome UPLOAD SUCCESS
MGYS00001918 PRJEB4419 1.65 TB 138 276 Shotgun Sequencing of Tara Oceans DNA samples corresponding to size fractions for small DNA viruses. UPLOAD SUCCESS
MGYS00001167 PRJEB8420 1.35 TB 109 218 Forest harvesting reduces the soil metagenomic potential for biomass decomposition UPLOAD SUCCESS
SRP017582 PRJNA183510 1.08 TB 67 132 Hydrocarbon Metagenome UPLOAD SUCCESS
SRP192927 PRJNA533495 1.05 TB 115 230 Metagenomic analysis of 56 full-scale biogas plants in China RUN FAIL
SRP069133 PRJNA309119 864.57 GB 64 128 Metagenomic assembly of Eurytemora affinis & water column microbiomes UPLOAD SUCCESS
MGYS00005141 PRJNA385855 677.3 GB 130 260 Temporal sampling of marine metagenomes from Station ALOHA and BATS UPLOAD SUCCESS
MGYS00002018 PRJEB10725 602.95 GB 19 38 We employed shotgun metagenome and 16S rDNA gene amplicon sequencing to robustly compare the taxonomic and functional gene content variability between two key soil ecosystems for climate change, an Alaskan tundra permafrost (AK) and a natural prairie temperate soil in Oklahoma (OK). UPLOAD SUCCESS

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