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PATRIC now provides genome assembly and annotation services. Users can bring their sequence reads, upload them into the private workspace, assembly and annotate them, and download the fully annotated genome.
The PATRIC team is committed to supporting and growing the bacterial research communities. To help us identify your specific needs, please take a moment to fill out our short PATRIC survey. Your participation is voluntary, and greatly appreciated.
The RAST/PATRIC teams will be offering a tutorial on June 15-17 2015 at Argonne National Laboratory in the suburbs of Chicago IL. The workshop will run for three days with the third day optional and devoted solely to participants working on their own problems with help from the RAST/PATRIC team members. The tutorial will cover […]
PATRIC March 2015 Release Features Genome Assembly and Annotation Services and over 6,000 New Genomes
This March Release begins the first stage of integration of new and updated analysis services in PATRIC, including addition of a new Genome Assembly Service, Genome Annotation Service, Differential Expression Service and enhanced Workspace to facilitate use of these services. NOTE: You must have a PATRIC user account and be logged in to use the […]
Rick Stevens gave a presentation entitled, “Exascale Challenges for Genomics: Machines, Algorithms and Problems for Large-Scale Biological Data” at the Biopolis in Singapore, Singapore, on March 17, 2015.
Rick Stevens gave a presentation entitled, “PATRIC Overview” as part of the NIAID Functional Genomics Meeting in Seattle, WA, on March 3, 2015.
The presentation showcased PATRIC’s bacterial genome annotations, comparative genomics and transcriptomics tools, and data analysis pipelines to the faculty and graduate students at the Department of Bioinformatics at the University of Pune, India.
Rick Stevens gave a presentation entitled, “Building the DOE Systems Biology Knowledgebase” as part of the Distinguished Lecture Series at John Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, on February 4, 2015. The presentation included information about PATRIC.
PATRIC December 2014 Release Features Additional Support and Data for Antimicrobial Resistance and over 5,000 New Genomes, Including Archaea
This December Release sets the stage for new functionality and data in PATRIC. In 2015, our primary goals are as follows: Revamp PATRIC infrastructure to support the hundreds of thousands of prokaryotic genomes that will become available over the next five years, providing real-time integration and release of data. Support end-to-end analysis of prokaryotic genomes […]
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.