The Multilocus Sequence Typing Analysis Tool of OmicsBox (MLST) is a nucleotide sequence-based approach of characterizing isolates of bacterial species using the sequences of internal fragments of seven housekeeping genes. This video shows step-by-step how to analyze bacterial sequences with the MLST App in OmicsBox. As input, users can provide either DNA-Seq reads in FASTQ or contigs/scaffolds in FASTA format.
Create a taxonomic mapping file to Make Blast Database within OmicsBox OmicsBox allows creating a custom database to run Blast locally. The blast algorithm will run on the user’s computer against a database that is installed locally.In order to do so, we have to either download a pre-formatted NCBI database (see tutorial) or format our own database (see this tutorial
This 5-minute video provides a brief introduction to OmicsBox. All main features of all modules are introduced. OmicsBox is a bioinformatics Solution to easy your Omcis Data Analysis. Our workflows get you from raw reads tp insights fast and easy. The presented modules include Transcriptomics, Functional Annotation and Analysis with Blast2GO, the Genome Analysis Module as well as the Metagenomics
This article provides a discount code valid for 3 month for the Metagenomics Module in OmicsBox.
OmicsBox Supported Project Researchers: Shruti Kashyap Investigators: Dr. Neena Capalash and Dr. Prince Sharma Background and Project Overview: A.baumannii, a nosocomial pathogen, ranks first in the WHO’s list of antibiotic-resistant priority pathogen. The problem of increasing frequency of multi-drug resistance in A. baumannii has been further compounded by tolerance to high concentration of antibiotics due to persister cells. Persister cells
We are happy to announce that during the next 6 month, starting on the 1st of July, we will grant a full-featured 6-month OmicsBox subscription to 5 selected student projects – each month! Please submit before the 15th of each month to participate. Please send us a short description (200 words max.) of your research project including planned bioinformatics work and
In May, our colleague David Seide attended this year’s Microbiome & Probiotics in Rotterdam, the Netherlands organized by Global Engage. The event is a combination of 3 events, the 6th Microbiome R&D & Business Collaboration Forum, the 3rd Probiotics Congress and the Skin Microbiome & Cosmeceuticals Congress. This global microbiome and probiotics conference series brought together more than 300 industry,
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