A Comparison of Three Different Bioinformatics Analyses of the 16S –23S rRNA Encoding Region for Bacterial Identification
Discussion Until now, the main tool used for bacterial identification based on NGS of the 16S–23S rRNA encoding region was de novo assembly followed by BLASTN on NCBI database (Sabat et al., 2017), however, there was no evidence that it would be the most accurate and/or fastest method available. The de novo assembly and BLASTN is the only approach of the three that works at the contig level, and both the OTU clustering and mapping are performed at the read level. Using the NCBI database for these two last approaches would have resulted in odd results, since the NCBI database includes sequences that do not belong to the 16S–23S rRNA encoding region, but that due to the small read length, would have homology with our reads and would have resulted in the creation of bizarre OTUs and mapping results. The OTU clustering and mapping approaches are usually used when a database containing the sequences of interest are known, hence the need for the creation of a 16S-ITS-23S rDNA database. Therefore, in this study, we first assessed the use of an in-house developed and curated 16S–23S rRNA encoding region database for the NGS data analysis compared to the NCBI database. Secondly, we compared three different NGS data analysis approaches, de novo assembly and BLAST, OTU clustering, and mapping in terms of their capacity to accurately and efficiently identify bacterial species using the in-house developed 16S–23S rRNA encoding region database. The results show tha...
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