Written by Keith Jolley, © 2006 University of Oxford
AgdbNet is antigen sequence database software for web-based bacterial typing. The software facilitates simultaneous BLAST querying of multiple loci using either nucleotide or peptide sequences. It's written in Perl and runs on Linux/UNIX systems.
Databases are described by XML files and can have any number of loci, which may be defined by nucleotide and/or peptide sequences. The databases can optionally have integral isolate tables so that information about representative isolates can be retrieved or they may be configured to query external isolate databases, such as those hosted on PubMLST.org.
The software is used on a number of public bacterial typing databases:
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|Neisseria meningitidis PorA variable region database||Streptococcus equi seM database|