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Table 1 Sampling locations, the number of cpDNA sequences, the number of sequences, Chao’s index, and two estimates of the number of Salmonella sequences for each of the 18 replicates

From: Using metagenomic analyses to estimate the consequences of enrichment bias for pathogen detection

Site Location Treatment Replicate MG-RAST ID cpDNA Sequences Sequences Chao’s Index Salmonella(Normalized) Salmonella(Raw)
Florida47 26 27′ 42″ N Enriched 1 4478869.3 0 10323 182.2 0 0
2 4478871.3 0 8576 777.1 0 0
3 4478873.3 3 9528 950.0 0 0
081 26′ 16″ W Unenriched 1 4478870.3 38 5852 493.2 0 0
2 4478872.3 74 8965 414.7 0 0
3 4478874.3 28 12235 593.7 0 0
BHN836 26 22′ 05″ N Enriched 1 4478875.3 0 9972 1020.5 0 0
2 4478877.3 1 9272 749.9 0 0
3 4478879.3 1 12836 660.2 0 0
081 15′ 59″ W Unenriched 1 4478876.3 78 8786 848.4 0 0
2 4478878.3 301 10804 1058.8 0 0
3 4478880.3 195 8751 816.8 0 0
Soraya 26 17′ 12″ N Enriched 1 4478881.3 2 7850 589.6 0.50 28
2 4478883.3 0 7901 166.1 0.10 1
3 4478885.3 1 7358 156.0 0 0
081 20′ 21 W Unenriched 1 4478882.3 1554 11911 1186.7 0 0
2 4478884.3 2556 10382 1040.3 0 0
3 4478886.3 669 9458 915.7 0 0
Total      5501 170760 701.11* 0.03* 1.61*
  1. * Averages rather than sums.