NIAID Antimicrobial Resistance Sequencing Projects¶
The following sequencing projects completed by the GCIDs have a focus on understanding antimicrobial resistance (AMR). The metadata provided by the GCID collaborators has been included at PATRIC to facilitate research on AMR and initial analysis capabilities are available. Where AMR “panel data” was provided by the collaborators, a spreadsheet is available to download from PATRIC containing the combined information. This is just an initial step at including genome-based AMR capabilities at PATRIC. Additional genome sets and analysis capabilities will be added in the coming months.
For more information about each projects, follow the project title link to the information available from the individual sequencing centers.
|Project Title||Institution||Genome List at PATRIC|
|Acinetobacter Sequencing||Broad Institute||Genome List 1|
|Comparative genomic analyses of Streptococcus pneumoniae - emergence of multidrug resistant and vaccine replacement serotypes||University of Maryland||Genome List 2|
|Enterococcus I comparative||Broad Institute||Genome List 3|
|`Identification of genomic changes in Staphylococcus aureus that confer resistance to peptidoglycan hydrolase antimicrobial enzymes`_||University of Maryland||Genome List 4|
|KPC and Klebsiella pneumoniae - virulence and resistance converge||JCVI||Genome List 5|
|Livestock-associated MRSA ST398||Broad Institute||Genome List 6|
|Staphyloccus Drug Resistance Evolution and Comparative||Broad Institute||Genome List 7|
|Whole Genome Sequence Analysis of Carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae||JCVI||Genome List 8|
|Whole Genome Sequence Analysis of Pseudomonas aeruginosa clinical Isolates||Broad Institute||Genome List 9|