Martin Eriksson has a PhD in environmental sciences from University of Gothenburg. His research deals mainly with effects of toxic chemicals, such as antifouling compounds. There are increasing signs that the cocktail of toxic chemicals in the marine environment are adversely affecting organisms and communities. Martin’s research aims to describe how these toxicants and their mixtures in marine waters affect inherent organisms and communities, and to assess the associated environmental risks.
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Megraft: A software package to graft ribosomal small subunit (16S/18S) fragments onto full-length sequences for accurate species richness and sequencing depth analysis in pyrosequencing-length metagenomes
Metaxa: a software tool for automated detection and discrimination among ribosomal small subunit (12S/16S/18S) sequences of archaea, bacteria, eukaryotes, mitochondria, and chloroplasts in metagenomes and environmental sequencing datasets
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