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The occurrence of multiple strains of a bacterial pathogen such as M. tuberculosis or C. difficile within a single human host, referred to as a mixed infection, has important implications for both healthcare and public health. However, methods for detecting it, and especially determining the proportion and identities of the underlying strains, from WGS (whole-genome sequencing) data, have been limited. In this paper we introduce SplitStrains, a novel method for addressing these challenges.doi:10.1101/2021.02.07.21250981 fatcat:hoopxiiqarbfldyubs5oinx2zy