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PATRIC in Published Research

Featured Article: Using Host-Pathogen Functional Interactions for Filtering Potential Drug Targets in Mycobacterium tuberculosis.

PATRIC Publications

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Enabling comparative modeling of closely related genomes: example genus Brucella

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Body Weight Selection Affects Quantitative Genetic Correlated Responses in Gut Microbiota

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Dr. Rebecca Wattam Presents PATRIC at the Virginia Tech Microbiology Symposium

Highlights include PATRIC’s various comparative genomics tools, annotation pipelines, and transcriptomics analyses for bacterial pathogens.

PATRIC Now Has Over 15,000 Consistently Annotated Genomes!

Click to view genome and metadata details for our most recent February release.

PATRIC Team Delivers Webinar Training Session to Virginia Tech Researchers

Dr. Rebecca Wattam showcases comparative analysis tools available on PATRIC.

PATRIC Team Delivers Workshops at Weill Cornell Medical College and Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Dr. Rebecca Wattam, Maulik Shukla, and Andrew Warren present a full-day PATRIC training session hosted by Weill Cornell Medical College

Local News Story About PATRIC Entitled Virginia Tech Disease Resource Goes Global

Features interviews with PATRIC researchers Maulik Shukla and Dr. Rebecca Wattam.

PATRIC December 2013 Data and Metadata Release

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PATRIC Presents Workshop for Kwazulu-Natal Research Institute for Tuberculosis and HIV

As part of a week-long course in comparative genomics organized by researchers from the Broad Institute, senior bioscientist and computational biologist Dr. Rebecca Wattam trained participants on using PATRIC.

PATRIC, the bacterial bioinformatics database and analysis resource

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