Base call (.bcl) files for each cycle of sequencing were generated by Illumina Real-Time Analysis software. The base call files and run folders were then exported to servers maintained at the Minnesota Supercomputing Institute. Primary analysis and demultiplexing were performed using Illumina’s CASAVA software 1.8.2. The end result of the CASAVA workflow was demultiplexed FASTQ files.

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