Are There Any Databases/Knowledge Bases Or Other Resources Concerning Bacterial Drug Resistance
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peshwalk ▴ 30

Hello, all!

I wonder are there any usable databases/knowledge bases or other resources concerning bacterial drug resistance. I certainly have access to search engines but I want to know what do people really use. It can cover genomes, genes, proteins, expression data, articles, everything.

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Nick Loman ▴ 610

Try the Comprehensive Antibiotic Resistance Database: http://arpcard.mcmaster.ca/

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Hi,

I know it is an old post but maybe you can help me. Is there no download of the fasta seqs. anymore?

Best,
Phil

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c.v.oflynn ▴ 100

Interesting question, this was the best that I have found. http://ardb.cbcb.umd.edu/. It is not huge and not maintained since 2009.

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vmicrobio ▴ 290

Old post, but here is a tool I want to share VRprofile/ It's a tool for in silico profiling of virulence and antibiotic resistance traits encoded within genome sequences of pathogenic bacteria. Efficient to detect bacterial drug resistance

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predeus ★ 1.8k

A nice up-to-date collection of databases is available in abricate: https://github.com/tseemann/abricate

Otherwise, it's mostly blasting against databases for every such tool.

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