A collection of open-access, curated databases that integrate population sequence data with provenance and phenotype information for over 100 different microbial species and genera.
Angela Brueggemann's presentation describing IRIS at the PubMLST showcase has now been uploaded for viewing. https://t.co/aOOHSscvRq
The IRIS project nicely demonstrates how the PubMLST database infrastructure can be used to facilitate both public and private data collection and organisation for a large international consortium.
Videos from the PubMLST showcase event on Friday are now available online at https://t.co/tbhfT3CWQf.
@NicolaJHolden @sylvainbrisse Videos will be recorded and we plan to run future events.
We are hosting an online showcase event for the PubMLST redesign on November 13 to present new features and exciting research possibilities. We would be delighted if you could join us.
Time: Nov 13, 2020 2:00 PM - 4.30 PM GMT (UK)
Register at https://t.co/uHqPPNzld4
If you're a curator on PubMLST, you can now modify how you receive E-mail notification of submissions. Reduce the frequency to daily digests if you're getting too many. Options can be set in your PubMLST account settings (https://t.co/v2HbO3GBDS). https://t.co/XlMYGCh4WY https://t.co/5d82KgtMNi
We have updated the Haemophilus parasuis database to reflect the change in taxonomy to Glaesserella parasuis. Old links will continue to work. https://t.co/szxfSB1pI5
RT @a_adewole Congratulations to the @PubMLST team for the new design of the PubMLST website.
Working on a canine leptospirosis research in Nigeria, the PubMLST website has been an invaluable resource for my research.
@BioMinnie @MaidenLab Thanks Melinda!