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Quantitative assessment of NCLDV-host interactions predicted by co-occurrence analyses
Nucleocytoplasmic DNA viruses (NCLDVs) are highly diverse and abundant in marine environments. However, knowledge of their hosts is limited because only a few NCLDVs have been isolated. By taking advantage of the rapidly increasing metagenomic data, in silico host prediction approaches are expected to fill this gap between known virus-host relationships and the true but largely unknown amount of NCLDVs. In this study, we built co-occurrence networks between NCLDVs and eukaryotes using the Taradoi:10.1101/2020.10.16.342030 fatcat:a3am2xfworfobo5kbzxiqigl2m