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Full information on isolate OXC6201 (id:29356)

Projects

This isolate is a member of the following projects:

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.

Oxfordshire Human Surveillance YR1
929 Yr1 WGS isolates with complete MLST profiles
FS101013_OXC_Long_Cjejuni
This project is part of the UK Food Standards Agency funded project FSA-FS101013. The project contains Oxfordshire clinical C. jejuni isolates from 2003 - 2018, for attribution to probable source.

Provenance/meta data

id
29356
isolate
OXC6201
alias
W26389
country
UK
continent
Europe
region
Oxfordshire
year
2011
month
6
sex
male
disease
gastroenteritis
source
human stool
epidemiology
sporadic case
species
Campylobacter jejuni
ENA accession
ERR757352 www.ebi.ac.uk
sender
Alison Cody
curator
Alison Cody, Department of Zoology, Oxford University, UK (E-mail: Alison.Cody@zoo.ox.ac.uk)
update history
31 updates show details
date entered
2014-07-18
datestamp
2019-06-10

Phenotypic fields

tetracycline genotypes 2
tetO [incomplete]

Publication (1)

  • 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

Sequence bin

contigs
1,022
total length
308,248 bp
max length
1,994 bp
mean length
302 bp
N50 contig number
372
N50 length (L50)
297
N90 contig number
873
N90 length (L90)
212
N95 contig number
946
N95 length (L95)
205
loci tagged
9
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