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October 18, 2017
  MiCA: Upload
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MiCA website was developed by students and faculty of the Initiative for Bioinformatics and Evolutionary Studies (IBEST) at the University of Idaho. This research was funded by the P&G company.

Here you can upload your own fasta formatted database to use with MiCA. Uploaded databases will be kept for 48 hours, after which they will be automatically deleted.


Select fasta formatted file
Name for the database
  m.i.c.r.o.b.i.a.l  c.o.m.m.u.n.i.t.y   a.n.a.l.y.s.i.s  i.i.i
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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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