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PATRIC provides a new Metagenomic Binning Service that accepts either reads or contigs, and attempts to β€œbin” the data into a set of genomes. It can be used to reconstruct bacterial and archael genomes from environmental samples. The new service will produce reports that estimate the quality of the reconstructed genome for each bin, as well as potentially problematic annotations for each of the derived genomes.

On February 28th at 3pm EST we will provide a webinar demonstrates this service. Please email rwattam@vt.edu if you plan to attend so that we will know approximately how many participants to expect. The webinar will be recorded and made available for later access.

Note: The recorded webinar is now available here: <https://docs.patricbrc.org//webinar/metagenomic_binning.html>


PATRIC provides a service that allows researchers to compare annotated proteins by bi-directional BLASTP analysis. The Proteome Comparison tool can be used to examine up to compare nine genomes to single reference, which can be a genome that has been annotated in PATRIC or from an independent source, or a group of proteins. A recorded webinar that demonstrates this service is now available on the PATRICBRC YouTube site at <https://youtu.be/sozy1mJh1EI>


In this release, PATRIC has added over 4,000 new genomes and associated metadata, bringing the total number of genomes and plasmids in PATRIC to over 150,000. This release also features a new Metagenomic Binning Service that allows users to assemble and annotate high-quality microbial genomes directly from metagenomic reads.

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