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Full information on isolate OXC5696 (id:21437)

Projects

This isolate is a member of the following project:

Oxfordshire Human Surveillance
Defra FSA

This isolate is part of the sentinel surveillance scheme for human Campylobacteriosis in Oxfordshire which is a collaborative project between The Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute and The University of Oxford, funded by The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs and The Food Standards Agency.

Use of Oxfordshire sentinel surveillance data must be cited in any publication or presentation making use of it.

Provenance/meta data

id
21437
isolate
OXC5696
alias
T15548
country
UK
continent
Europe
region
Oxfordshire
year
2010
month
11
sex
male
disease
gastroenteritis
source
human stool
epidemiology
sporadic case
species
Campylobacter jejuni
ENA accession
ERR553828 www.ebi.ac.uk
sender
Alison Cody, Department of Zoology, Oxford University, UK
curator
Sophie Hedges, Oxford University (E-mail: sophie.hedges@zoo.ox.ac.uk)
update history
80 updates show details
date entered
2012-10-10
datestamp
2019-05-14

Publications (7)

  • Brown HL, Reuter M, Hanman K, Betts RP, van Vliet AH (2015). Prevention of biofilm formation and removal of existing biofilms by extracellular DNases of Campylobacter jejuni. PLoS One 10:e0121680
  • Cody AJ, Bray JE, Jolley KA, McCarthy ND, Maiden MCJ (2017). Core Genome Multilocus Sequence Typing Scheme for Stable, Comparative Analyses of Campylobacter jejuni and C. coli Human Disease Isolates. J Clin Microbiol 55:2086-2097
  • Cody AJ, McCarthy ND, Bray JE, Wimalarathna HM, Colles FM, Jansen van Rensburg MJ, Dingle KE, Waldenström J, Maiden MC (2015). Wild bird-associated Campylobacter jejuni isolates are a consistent source of human disease, in Oxfordshire, United Kingdom. Environ Microbiol Rep 7:782-8
  • Dearlove BL, Cody AJ, Pascoe B, Méric G, Wilson DJ, Sheppard SK (2016). Rapid host switching in generalist Campylobacter strains erodes the signal for tracing human infections. ISME J 10:721-9
  • Pearson BM, Louwen R, van Baarlen P, van Vliet AH (2015). Differential Distribution of Type II CRISPR-Cas Systems in Agricultural and Nonagricultural Campylobacter coli and Campylobacter jejuni Isolates Correlates with Lack of Shared Environments. Genome Biol Evol 7:2663-79
  • Thépault A, Méric G, Rivoal K, Pascoe B, Mageiros L, Touzain F, Rose V, Béven V, Chemaly M, Sheppard SK (2017). Genome-Wide Identification of Host-Segregating Epidemiological Markers for Source Attribution in Campylobacter jejuni. Appl Environ Microbiol 83:
  • Yahara K, Méric G, Taylor AJ, de Vries SP, Murray S, Pascoe B, Mageiros L, Torralbo A, Vidal A, Ridley A, Komukai S, Wimalarathna H, Cody AJ, Colles FM, McCarthy N, Harris D, Bray JE, Jolley KA, Maiden MC, Bentley SD, Parkhill J, Bayliss CD, Grant A, Maskell D, Didelot X, Kelly DJ, Sheppard SK (2017). Genome-wide association of functional traits linked with Campylobacter jejuni survival from farm to fork. Environ Microbiol 19:361-380

Sequence bin

contigs
41
total length
1,663,740 bp
max length
197,770 bp
mean length
40,580 bp
N50 contig number
6
N50 length (L50)
100,550
N90 contig number
16
N90 length (L90)
32,828
N95 contig number
19
N95 length (L95)
20,433
loci tagged
1,661
detailed breakdown
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