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Toward a critical assessment of virus detection in plants

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The advent of High Throughput Sequencing (HTS) since the last decade has revealed previously unsuspected diversity of viruses as well as their (sometimes) unexpected presence in some healthy individuals. These results demonstrate that genomics offers a powerful tool for studying viruses at the individual level, allowing an in-depth inventory of those that are infecting an organism. Such approaches make it possible to study viromeswith an unprecedented level of detail, both qualitative and quantitative, which opens new venues for analyses of viruses of humans, animals and plants. Consequently, the diagnostic field is using more and more HTS, fueling the need for efficient and reliable bioinformatics tools
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hal-03189070 , version 1 (02-04-2021)

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Hadi Quesneville. Toward a critical assessment of virus detection in plants. 2021, pp.100007. ⟨10.24072/pci.genomics.100007⟩. ⟨hal-03189070⟩
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