Voelschow, Julie J.

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Cold-water coral microbiomes (Acanthogorgia spp. Desmophyllum dianthus, and Lophelia pertusa) from the Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic Ocean off the southeast coast of the United States: raw sequencing data

The files provided in this U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) data release (Kellogg and Voelschow, 2021) are the raw DNA sequence files referenced in the associated journal article (Kellogg and Pratte, 2021) entitled, “Unexpected diversity of Endozoicomonas in deep-sea corals.”. This dataset, PRJNA699458_16S-V3V4_raw_data_1.zip, represents the 16S rRNA gene amplicon surveys of 28 samples of deep-sea corals, including Acanthogorgia aspera (n=5), Acanthogorgia spissa (n=4), Desmophyllum dianthus (n=7), and ...

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Cold-water coral microbiomes (Anthothela spp.) from Baltimore and Norfolk Canyons: raw and processed data

The files included in this data release are the raw and processed deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) sequence files referenced in the journal article by Lawler and others (2016) entitled “Coral-Associated Bacterial Diversity is Conserved Across Two Deep-Sea Anthothela Species”. They represent a 16S rRNA gene amplicon survey of cold-water corals (Anthothela spp.) microbiomes completed using Roche 454 pyrosequencing with titanium reagents. The samples used in this study were collected from cold-water corals ...

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Functional gene microarray data from cold-water corals (Acanthogorgia spp., Desmophyllum dianthus, Desmophyllum pertusum, and Enallopsammia profunda) from the Atlantic Ocean off the Southeast Coast of the United States–Raw Data and Sample Site Information

The files in this data release (Kellogg and Voelschow, 2023) contain normalized microarray probe intensity values from GeoChip 5.0S microarrays referenced in the journal article entitled “Functional gene composition and metabolic potential of deep-sea coral-associated microbial communities” by Pratte and others (2023). The GeoChip 5.0S microarrays, provided by Glomics Inc., contain 57,498 oligonucleotide probes that target 383 microbial (archaeal, bacterial, and fungal) genes and cover 151,797 coding ...

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Coral microbiome preservation and extraction method comparison of samples collected in March and August 2018-raw data

The files in this this U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) data release (Kellogg and others, 2021) are the raw 16S ribosomal ribonucleic acid (rRNA) gene amplicon deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) sequence files from 90 samples of tropical and cold-water corals, as well as sequence files from a mock community and extraction blanks for the kits used for DNA extraction. The mock community was sequenced in order to assess any biases in the sequencing technology, while extraction blanks were sequenced in order to identify ...

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Raw sequencing and amplicon sequence variant data from bacterial communities shed by Montastraea cavernosa coral fragments into filtered seawater mesocosms

The files provided in this U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) data release (Kellogg and others, 2021) include an amplicon sequence variant (ASV) table and the raw 16S rRNA gene amplicon files from six microbial communities (Mcav17, Mcav18, McH-101, McH-103, McD-57, and McD-58) derived from mesocosms consisting of filtered seawater in which either healthy or diseased (stony coral tissue loss disease) fragments of Montastraea cavernosa had been incubated, as well as sequence files of a mock community and ...

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Prokaryotic Communities From Marine Biofilms Formed on Stainless Steel Plates in Coral Mesocosms – Raw and Processed Data

The files in this data release (Kellogg and others, 2022) are those referenced in the journal article by Evans and others (2022) entitled “Biofilms as Potential Reservoirs of Stony Coral Tissue Loss Disease.” They contain an amplicon sequence variant (ASV) table and the raw 16S ribosomal ribonucleic acid (rRNA) gene amplicon deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) sequence files from 15 microbial communities (sample names: CnD16B, CnD17B, CnD18B, CnD19B, CnD21B, CnD22B, CnD23B, CnD24B, CnD25B, PsD5B, CnH101B, ...

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Prokaryotic Communities Shed by Diseased and Healthy Corals (Diploria labyrinthiformis, Pseudodiploria strigosa, Montastraea cavernosa, Colpophyllia natans, and Orbicella faveolata) into Filtered Seawater Mesocosms – Raw and Processed Data

The files in this data release (Kellogg and others, 2023) are those referenced in the journal article by Evans and others (2023) entitled “Investigating microbial size classes associated with the transmission of stony coral tissue loss disease (SCTLD).” They contain an amplicon sequence variant (ASV) table and the raw 16S rRNA gene amplicon files from fifty-six 0.22-micrometer (µm) pore size filters, as well as six reagent blanks, three mock communities, and a 0.22-µm-filtered ultraviolet (UV)-treated ...

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