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Featured Article: High-Throughput Sequencing, a Versatile Weapon to Support Genome-Based Diagnosis in Infectious Diseases: Applications to Clinical Bacteriology.
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Additional Special Data Sets In addition to incorporating large data sets from public repositories, PATRIC features Special Collections data pages that highlight data sets that were generated for users to use together to study a problem. Many of the collections have been generated by NIAID-funded projects to provide baseline data for further use by researchers. […]
A full-day PATRIC training session hosted by the ISCB-Latin America X-Meeting with BSB and SoiBio in Belo Horizonte, Brazil.
Comparative Genomic Analysis at PATRIC, A Bioinformatic Resource Center. Book chapter in Host Bacterial Infections, Methods in Molecular Microbiology.
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Dr. Bruno Sobral Gives Presentation at the ILSI IAFP 2014 Conference in Indianapolis, Indiana on August 4, 2014.
The presentation, entitled, “Bioinformatic analysis of whole genome sequencing data and its application in the food industry,” featured current and future capabilities of the PATRIC system for assembly, annotation, and analysis of bacterial genomes. IAFP 2014
Dr. Rebecca Wattam Presents “Microbiology in the Post-Genome Era” as part of a Research Experience for Undergrads
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PATRIC July 2014 Release Features New Circular Genome Viewer, Group Explorer, Integration of Protein-Protein Interaction Data, and New Genomic and Transcriptomic Data
Over 6,000 new genomes, including over 1,500 Mycobacterium tuberculosis genomes from TB-ARC.
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A full-day PATRIC training session hosted by the Computation Institute, a joint initiative between The University of Chicago and Argonne National Laboratory to advance science through innovative computational approaches.
Including Antibiotic Resistance Genes, Drug Targets, Human Homologs, and Virulence Factors.
Includes hands-on PATRIC demonstration to the faculty and Students of the Bioinformatics Graduate Program.