VRprofile
VRprofile: a web-based tool for in silico profiling of virulence and antibiotic resistance traits encoded within genome sequences of pathogenic bacteria

The VRprofile web server is designed to identify and localize virulence or antibiotic resistance genes and extended mobilome-related gene clusters as well, in newly sequenced bacterial genomes. VRprofile is assisted by CDSeasy to quickly annotate newly sequenced chromosomes, by CGCfinder to detect gene clusters, by COGviewer to localize and cluster user-provided COGs, and by MobilomeDB that collected and organized the known data about virulence factors and antibiotic resistance determinants on the single gene and gene cluster scale.

Citation: J. Li, C. Tai, Z. Deng, W. Zhong, Y. He, H.Y. Ou (2017) VRprofile: gene-cluster-detection-based profiling of virulence and antibiotic resistance traits encoded within genome sequences of pathogenic bacteria. Briefings in Bioinformatics, DOI: 10.1093/bib/bbw141.
Current version: 2.0
Since Jan., 2013; Updated: Nov., 2016

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