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The oral cavity of each person is home for hundreds of bacterial species. While taxa for oral diseases have been well studied using culture-based as well as amplicon sequencing methods, metagenomic and genomic information remain scarce compared to the fecal microbiome. Here we provide metagenomic shotgun data for 3346 oral metagenomics samples, and together with 808 published samples, assemble 56,213 metagenome-assembled genomes (MAGs). 64% of the 3,589 species-level genome bins contained nodoi:10.1101/820365 fatcat:qzil6z4lnvgpbkkgm42yybqltu