Data from: Ecological connectivity shapes quasispecies structure of RNA viruses in an Antarctic lake

Alberto López-Bueno, Alberto Rastrojo, Ramon Peiró, Miguel Arenas & Antonio Alcamí
RNA viruses exist as complex mixtures of genotypes, known as quasispecies, where the evolution potential resides in the whole community of related genotypes. Quasispecies structure and dynamics have been studied in detail for virus infecting animals and plants but remain unexplored for those infecting micro-organisms in environmental samples. We report the first metagenomic study of RNA viruses in an Antarctic lake (Lake Limnopolar, Livingston Island). Similar to low-latitude aquatic environments, this lake harbours an RNA...
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