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Featured Article: Using Host-Pathogen Functional Interactions for Filtering Potential Drug Targets in Mycobacterium tuberculosis.
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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.
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Our Protein Family Sorter tool enables researchers to examine the distribution of specific protein families (FIGfams) across different genomes.
PATRIC September 2013 Release Highlights Multiple Analysis Tool Enhancements, New Tutorials Page, and New Genomic and Transcriptomic Data
New PIG Tool for Protein-Protein Interactions, Updated Genome Browser, Exclusive USDA Genomes, and more.
Learn what types of experiment data are available on PATRIC, where you can find them, and some of the potential analyses you can do.
Maulik Shukla, Andrew Warren, and Dr Rebecca Wattam highlight PATRIC’s various comparative genomics tools, annotation pipelines, and transcriptomics analyses for bacterial pathogens.
New data includes over 800 genomes, over 150 GEO experiments, and genome metadata.
Featured Article: Wheeler D, Redding AJ, Werren JH (2013), Characterization of an Ancient Lepidopteran Lateral Gene Transfer.
Watch how to upload your own data to your personal, private Workspace within PATRIC where you can use PATRIC analysis tools and functionality.