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This operate was funded in component by the Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation grant CTM2011-15091-E/ANT. Daniel Aguirre de C cer was supported by the Marie Curie International NVP-AUY922 web Incoming Fellow grant PIIF-GA2012-328287. Florent Angly was supported by the Australian Investigation Council's Discovery Early Profession Research Award DE120101213. We acknowledge assistance with the publication fee by the CSIC Open Access Publication Help Initiative via its Unit of Information Resources for Study (URICI). Author facts 1 Centro de Biolog Molecular Severo Ochoa, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cient icas (CSIC) niversidad Aut oma de Madrid, Madrid, Spain. 2Australian RG7800 structure Centre for Ecogenomics, College of Chemistry and Molecular Biosciences, The University of Queensland, St Lucia, Brisbane, QLD 4072, Australia. Received: 24 August 2014 Accepted: 30 October 2014 Published: 18 November 2014 References 1. Angly FE, Felts B, Breitbart M, Salamon P, Edwards RA, Carlson C, Chan AM, Haynes M, Kelley S, Liu H, Mahaffy JM, Mueller JE, Nulton J, Olson R, Parsons R, Rayhawk S, Suttle CA, Rohwer F: The Marine Viromes of 4 Oceanic Regions. PLoS Biol 2006, four:e368. two. Mavromatis K, Ivanova N, Barry K, Shapiro H, Goltsman E, McHardy AC, Rigoutsos I, Salamov A, Korzeniewski F, Land M, Lapidus A, Grigoriev I, Richardson P, Hugenholtz P, Kyrpides NC: Use of simulated data sets to evaluate the fidelity of metagenomic processing procedures. Nat Solutions 2007, four:495?00. 3. Pignatelli M, Moya A: Evaluating the fidelity of de novo short study metagenomic assembly using simulated data. PLoS 1 2011, 6:23. 4. Charuvaka A, Rangwala H: Evaluation of quick read metagenomic assembly. BMC Genomics 2011, 12:1471?164. five. Mende DR, Waller AS, Sunagawa S, J velin AI, Chan MM, Arumugam M, Raes J, Bork P: Assessment of Metagenomic Assembly Utilizing Simulated Next Generation Sequencing Information. PLoS One particular 2012, 7:e31386.Making use of the GAIIx evolved mock metagenome, we determined the effect of metagenome size on estimated community viral diversity. We created subsets of this metagenome containing 24,658, 248,525 and two,485,933 reads. Their contig spectra was calculated with Circonspect  working with the Minimo assembler  title= dar.12119 employing all reads and default parameters (98 identity, 35 bp overlap). Then, both PHACCS and CatchAll were employed with their default values to fit the contig spectra utilizing all accessible models. Utilizing the hundred 454 mock metagenomes, we calculated the accuracy of viral diversity estimates obtained working with PHACCS, CatchAll and UCLUST as a function of neighborhood structure.Ndance and have been classified in four community structures, varying in richness (100 or 1,000 species) and evenness (most abundant genome at two.0 or 25 relative abundance). We let Grinder automatically randomly create 25 metagenomes of every single sort (total of 100 metagenomes) for statistical replication.Estimation of viral diversityCompeting interests The authors declare that they have no competing interests. Author contributions DAC and AA conceived the study. DAC carried-out the analyses, with the exception on the hundred mock communities generation and their diversity evaluation contributed by FA. DAC wrote the manuscript with input in the co-authors. All authors read and approved the final manuscript. title= fnins.2013.00232 Acknowledgments We thank the Genomics unit Antonia Mart Gallardo at Parque Cient ico de Madrid for providing the necessary sequencing runs to construct the error models.