Question: Where to find a list of (sequenced) WHO reference strains
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9 weeks ago by
mschmid90
Switzerland
mschmid90 wrote:

The world health organisation (WHO) is defining WHO reference strains for some pathogens (Need it mainly for bacteria and virus). And I guess many of them are sequenced.

Does anyone know where to find this database and where to fetch the corresponding genome assemblies?

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8 weeks ago by
Buffo1.6k
Buffo1.6k wrote:

Yes, at NCBI by searching "assembly".

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8 weeks ago by
mschmid90
Switzerland
mschmid90 wrote:

My problem is to identify/find those assemblies. Fetching them from NCBI Assemblies database is no problem.

Do they have a special tag? How do I identify them?

And I am still interested in a database with all WHO reference strains.

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