Everything You Need For Microbial Bioinformatics
Learn how to perform bioinformatics, taxonomy, typing and microbiome analysis on bacterial genomics. Also, learn the scientific background of some of the most widely used tools.
Species-level microbiome analysis using EzBioCloud EzBioCloud 16S database is designed to be best performed for species-level identification even though there is a limitation due to
EzBioCloud Microbiome Taxonomic Profile data can be exported as a plain text file for you to use with other software tools such as the R package.
The genome sequence that is labeled as “Lachnospiraceae bacterium 5_1_63FAA” has been included in most microbiome taxonomic profiling software tools, and has therefore appeared in
Human Microbiome Project funded by US National Institutes of Health (NIH) resulted in the taxonomic profiling data of microbiomes on 19 body sites of 242
Welcome! This tutorial was prepared using a well-known pathogenic species, Vibrio cholerae, (the causal agent of cholera). It is a step-by-step example showing how to
Below you will find the reference to the underline algorithms used through the EzBioCloud and TrueBac ID family of tools and applications. If you cannot
How to calculate 16S rRNA sequence similarity values for bacterial taxonomy: Why BLAST should be avoided
Nucleotide sequence similarity values are widely used for identification and description of novel species among bacterial taxonomists. There are many different algorithms available for calculating
Bacterial infection may be caused by either new species or novel genetic variants in known bacteria that cannot be identified by conventional methods. 16S rRNA (16S)