What Can I Do @ PATRIC?
The Genome Assembly Service App can be used to perform an automatic genome assembly using the latest computational tools. Single or multiple assemblers can be invoked to compare results. Note: You must have a PATRIC user account and be logged in to use this service.
Compares protein families across closely related or diverse groups of genomes, visualizes them using interactive heatmaps, and generates multiple sequence alignments and phylogenetic trees for individual families. The heatmap view is an interactive visualization tool that provides an overview of the distribution of proteins across a selected set of genomes.
Supports searching for and locating genomes of interest based on various combinations of 61 different metadata fields. For instance, all genomes that have been isolated from humans, genomes related by phylogeny, or genomes related by lifestyle.
The Genome Annotation Service is a fully-automated pipeline for annotating bacterial and archaeal genomes using RAST (Rapid Annotation using Subsystem Technology) to provide high quality genome annotations. Note: You must have a PATRIC user account and be logged in to use this service.
Supports comparison of consistently annotated metabolic pathways across closely related or diverse groups of genomes and visualizes them using interactive KEGG maps and heatmaps. The heatmap view is an interactive visualization tool that provides an overview of the distribution of genomes across the set of EC numbers within a selected pathway.
Summarizes all comparisons in which a gene is differentially expressed and associated metadata such as Strain, Gene Modification, and Experimental Condition. Expression value based filters and metadata graphical summaries enable quick discovery of top experimental conditions and gene manipulations related to the differential expression of the gene. Note: Links to example Gene Page for VBIMycTub87468_2933.
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