A collection of open-access, curated databases that integrate population sequence data with provenance and phenotype information for over 100 different microbial species and genera.
Video from the PubMLST STD forum event on Friday is now available on our YouTube channel. https://t.co/nH1Jut0W9a
RT @AnastasiaUnitt Next Friday (11/06, 2-4pm BST) will mark my first ever presentation at a forum! The topic: analysis of deduced peptide sequences from 𝑁. 𝑔𝑜𝑛𝑜𝑟𝑟ℎ𝑜𝑒𝑎𝑒 using the brilliant @PubMLST database. Sign up (for free!) here: https://t.co/S15BUC4jnz #PhD #Neisseria @PhdVoice https://t.co/BCIqUdnZUF
The study is published in Lancet Digital Health. https://t.co/s1O3EhZFd4
A recording will be made available after the event on the PubMLST YouTube channel. https://t.co/SJBeD216B2
See more details at https://t.co/JtvQ3IYHor.
@ana_cehovin (Univ of Oxford, UK)
Deborah Dean (UCSF)
Linda Grillová (Sanger Institute)
@OdileHarrison (Univ of Oxford, UK)
@KorneDe (GGD, Amsterdam)
@AnastasiaUnitt (Univ of Oxford, UK)
The next PubMLST forum will focus on sexually-transmitted diseases. It will be on Friday 11 June, 2-4pm UK (GMT+1), via Zoom. Register at https://t.co/qE059hwLIq.
RT @ChickenJClub “PubMLST hosts a collection of curated databases that integrate population sequence data with provenance and phenotype information for over 100 different microbial species and genera.”
📆 Monday 24th May
⏰ 2pm (BST)
@keithajolley @MaidenLab #PubMLST https://t.co/MZd6V3sQa3
PubMLST will be unavailable from 8am (UK) on Monday April 26 as we will be upgrading our server infrastructure. We will try to minimise downtime, but this may be a few hours.