User: Optimist

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Optimist20
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I am a highly-motivated researcher currently working in bacterial genomics and exploring wider in genomics and antibiotic resistance.
My areas of specialization include medical microbiology, host-pathogen interactions, epidemiology and biostatistics with a focus on comparative genomics of multi-drug resistant bacterial pathogens.
Backed by strong foundations in molecular and microbiology, my skill set includes PCR, Pan and Core genome analysis, phageomics, phylogenetic analysis and biostatistics.
As an extrovert and an excellent team player equipped with efficient communication and leadership skills, I would like to collaborate in diverse and multidisciplinary teams working towards achieving the common goal of making advances in human disease treatment.
My scientific pursuit is led by the principles of Empiricism, rationalism and scepticism.

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Pictorial representation of gene cassettes
... Hello All, A warm Christmas & New Year greetings!!! I have the gene annotations of Prophage regions in my study bacterial genome. I need help with the tools that can be used to represent my annotations pictorially. (for example I'm looking at a similar output ![prophage region][1] Thanks a l ...
genomes data representation gene cassettes written 21 days ago by Optimist20
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Comment: C: SNP Analysis of bacterial genomes
... Dear Toralmanvar, Thanks for your inputs. My aim is to detect SNPs between both the strains. I have fastQ, fasta files of both the sequences. Could help me out with the relevant tools n steps regarding SNP analysis. I'm looking at getting an output where in I should be able to explain the the cha ...
written 5 weeks ago by Optimist20
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Comment: C: SNP Analysis of bacterial genomes
... Both the study genomes belong to same species. They are two different strains belonging to same species. Yes, there exist a reference genome in the NCBI database. I would like to detect SNPs between these two genomes. Thanks & regards Optimist ...
written 5 weeks ago by Optimist20
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SNP Analysis of bacterial genomes
... Dear All, I need to analyse two acinetobacter genomes isolated from 2 different patients who were in the same ward on the same day. We found similar Antibiotic resistance profile in both the isolates. We have done WGS & submitted the reads to genbank. I need help with regards to the SNP anal ...
bacteria snp genomics written 5 weeks ago by Optimist20 • updated 5 weeks ago by Cliff Beall450
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Comment: C: Determining a complete genome from contigs
... Hello Sir, My reference Genome is Pseudomonas aeruginosa PAO1. How do I contact you sir? I need to discuss the issue and get things clarified directly from you. Thanking you Sir ...
written 10 weeks ago by Optimist20
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Comment: C: Determining a complete genome from contigs
... Hello Puli Chandramouli Reddy, I had downloaded a Bacterial genome from NCBI for genomic analysis. I has 192 contigs in it. So, if I have to map the various virulence factors and Resistance genes that are present in the genome, I need a complete genome without any missing sequences. So in order to g ...
written 10 weeks ago by Optimist20
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Determining a complete genome from contigs
... Hello all, How to determine the complete genome from a set of 192 contigs. Which are the tools to be employed to acheive this? I have a genome fasta file with 192 contigs. thanks a lot ...
complete genome contigs written 10 weeks ago by Optimist20 • updated 5 weeks ago by ropolocan330
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(Closed) how to find GC content across the bacterial genome
... Hello All, What are the tools available to find the GC content profile across the bacterial Genome of 4000 kb. ...
gc content bacteria genomics written 3 months ago by Optimist20
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how to detect the presence of Integrative and conjugative elements in bacterial genome.
... Hello all Greetings to you What are the various bioinformatics protocols and tools that are available to detect the presence of Integrative and conjugative elements in bacterial genome. Are there any signature features that help in finding the presence of Integrative and Conjugative elements. Ar ...
bioinformatics genomics written 4 months ago by Optimist20
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Forum: Any 'Biostars' like forum exclusively for bacterial Genomics ?
... Hello everyone, Are there any Fora (Forums) that are dedicated for having constructive discussions exclusively regarding the Bacterial Genomics, Tools and latest trends in the niche area of **bacterial Genomics.** Anything like Linkedin Group, google Group or like Biostars. Please bounce your ide ...
forum bio informatics bacterial genomics written 5 months ago by Optimist20 • updated 5 months ago by Michael Dondrup43k

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