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July 27, 2014
  MiCA: Enzyme Resolving Power Analysis
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Two additional databases have been added to MiCA; (a) full length of high quality 16S sequences from the colon of humans, pigs, and the rumen, and (b) representative sequences of the major lineages of bacteria in the colon of mammals.
     
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If you use the data generated by MiCA in a publication, please cite:
Shyu, C., Soule, T., Bent, S.J., Foster, J.A., Forney, L.J. (2007) MiCA: A Web-Based Tool for the Analysis of Microbial Communities Based on Terminal-Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphisms of 16S and 18S rRNA Genes. Journal of Microbial Ecology 53:562-570.

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