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Since 2001, the Pseudomonas Genome database has been a resource for peer-reviewed, continually-updated annotations for the Pseudomonas aeruginosa PAO1 reference strain's genome and, more recently, comparative analyses of several related Pseudomonas species.
April 4, 2013
33 annotation updates updates to P. aeruginosa PAO1 genome.
350 specific Gene Ontology (GO) terms manually mapped to 129 Class 1 proteins from the "Transcriptional Regulators" function class. Started process of linking individual references to each curated GO term. For example, go to gene card for rpoS and click on the "Function/Structure" tab to see curated GO terms.
Gene cards contain new links to OrtholugeDB. From this link, you can access a comprehensive list of predicted orthologs, in-paralogs, pre-computed ortholog groups and other analyses in bacterial and archaeal strains.
Our lab's IslandViewer software for the computational identification and visualization of genomic islands has been updated. It's now possible to view annotations for virulence factor, antibiotic resistance and pathogen-associated genes on top of predictions for genomic islands. For example view the predictions for P. aeruginosa PAO1 or access others from the Browse Genomic Islands Using IslandViewer form on the "Browse Annotations" page.
March 8, 2013
2 annotation updates updates to P. aeruginosa PAO1 genome.
Feburary 6, 2013
Fixed bug with COG browse by category feature not returning any hits.
January 10, 2013
Added ability to specify word size in blast searches. In order to search for short, nearly exact matches, consider dropping the word size to 6 or 7 for nucleotides or to 2 for proteins.