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.
RT @ESGEM_ESCMID Main advantages of BIGSdb presented by @keithajolley: curated database of isolates and genomes, schemes for typing and also for biochemical pathways, vaccine compatibility/coverage (e.g., MenDeVAR)
Note that the suspension time is slightly earlier than previously announced due to operational requirements.
Reminder: https://t.co/leydcwWim4 will be unavailable September 5-7 as the data centre will be undergoing a full shutdown for electrical testing. Services will be suspended at 10.30am GMT Monday September 5 and should resume at approximately 12.00 noon GMT Wednesday September 7.
PubMLST now has a database dedicated to Mycoplasma genitalium! This database contains the 33 complete genomes available so far and all publicly available sequences of the MG191 and MG309 typing genes. Curated by @KorneDe. https://t.co/8KVgBkHIqk 😊
https://t.co/leydcwWim4 will be unavailable September 5-7 as the data centre will be undergoing a full shutdown for electrical testing.
Services will be suspended at 3.00pm GMT Monday September 5. They should resume at approximately 12.00 noon GMT Wednesday September 7.
Whichever method you use, you can then use any of the BIGSdb analysis or export tools on the returned dataset. https://t.co/bHHGS563AN
Method 2: Use the publication filter on the isolate query page. This method allows you to combine other search terms. https://t.co/l8G8gghvv3
PubMLST FAQ: How do I find published datasets?
There are two ways to find a dataset linked to a paper. Method 1 – look in the list of publications linked from the isolate database index page. https://t.co/ulisyS2bkf
Exciting opportunity! https://t.co/m71yfo4ZiJ