Database structure

The Klebsiella pneumoniae MLST database has a distributed structure, with allelic profiles separated from isolate data.  This offers the following advantages over a single database design:

The diagram below shows the structure of the Neisseria species databases, but the Klebsiella pneumoniae system is similar.

database structure

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If you would like to connect a database to the profiles database, your server IP address needs to be registered with us.  Our server will then accept one-way connections on its database port and allow you to make queries using standard SQL commands.  Please contact the webmaster for further details.

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Citing the database

The preferred format for citing this website in publications is:

This publication made use of the Klebsiella pneumoniae MLST website (http://pubmlst.org/ kpneumoniae/) developed by Keith Jolley and sited at the University of Oxford (Jolley et al. 2004, BMC Bioinformatics, 5:86). The development of this site has been funded by the Wellcome Trust.

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Profile database

Profiles: 259
Last updated: 2008-06-24

Isolate database

Isolates: 133
Last updated: 2008-06-16