Microevolution of Acinetobacter baumannii on a single patient
datasetposted on 12.09.2017 by Jane Hawkey, LOUISE JUDD, Xenia Kostoulias, DAVID ASCHER, Ryan Wick, Anton Peleg, KATHRYN HOLT
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Hybrid genome assemblies (Illumina + Nanopore) for nine Acinetobacter baumannii genomes isolated from three patients in the ICU of a Melbourne hospital. A1 and A23 are from two different patients, and the remaining samples come from a single patient. Genomes were assembled using Unicycler (https://github.com/rrwick/Unicycler), and annotated using RAST.
Eight of the genomes are completed assemblies with a chromosome and plasmid. A3 does not contain the plasmid. A23 was unable to be completely assembled, and is broken into 176 contigs.