rRNA Blast searches

Up to the best 10 hits to the rRNA database are shown below.

Entries with semi-colons are from the Silva rRNA database. Entries with double colons in them are from the University of Texas database.

Count Percent of reads Hit
947 0.1% DISTINCT (or unique) QUERIES. This is the overall match rate to the rRNA database.
33 0.0% Bacteria;Acidobacteria;23k22;unculturedGT260704.8144.11130
31 0.0% Bacteria;Acidobacteria;23k22;unculturedGT260710.29735.32730
29 0.0% Bacteria;Acidobacteria;23k22;unculturedAY281356.9179.12165
29 0.0% uncultured_Acidobacteria_bacterium::AY281356::01199
27 0.0% Acidobacteria_bacterium_Ellin345::CP000360::01178
27 0.0% Bacteria;Acidobacteria;23k22;unculturedGT260705.14097.17089
27 0.0% Bacteria;Acidobacteria;Acidobacteria;Acidobacteriales;Acidobacteriaceae;CandidatusCP000360.5256362.5259327
26 0.0% Bacteria;Acidobacteria;23k22;unculturedGT260709.24620.27608
26 0.0% Bacteria;Verrucomicrobia;Spartobacteria;Chthoniobacterales;Chthoniobacteraceae;Chthoniobacter;ChthoniobacterAM905425.1.2853
25 0.0% Bacteria;Acidobacteria;23k22;unculturedGT260712.22677.25665

The first column is the count of the number of queries -- reads, contigs, etc. -- that match to the rRNA entry in the database. The second column is the percentage of the total queries (1246586) of minimum length 50 that were used. These queries represent 2 percent of the total starting queries. The blast evalue was 0.00000001 and up to 5 descriptions were retained for each hit.There were 947 distinct queries. A given query could match to multiple rRNA database entries and thus be counted multiple times. However when summing up the queries for an overall match number any given query is counted once.

295805 lines of Blast output were examined of which 285318 lines had aligments of at least 50 bases.

Link to all hits