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ISMapper: Identifying insertion sequences in bacterial genomes from short read sequence data

bioRxiv

Mar 10, 2015

Jane HawkeyKathryn Elizabeth Holt

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Background Insertion sequences (IS) are small transposable elements, commonly found in bacterial genomes. Identifying the location of IS in bacterial genomes can be useful for a variety of purposes including epidemiological tracking and predicting antibiotic resistance. However IS are c...read more

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Acinetobacter baumannii
Species
DNA Transposable Elements
Genome, Bacterial
Polymerase Chain Reaction
AmpC beta-lactamases
Validation
Cephalosporins
Epidemiology
Amorphophallus baumannii
25
1
15
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  • ISMapper: Identifying insertion sequences in bacterial genomes from short read sequence data

    bioRxiv

    Mar 10, 2015

    Jane HawkeyKathryn Elizabeth Holt

    PMID: 990016345

    DOI: 10.1101/016345

    Abstract

    Background Insertion sequences (IS) are small transposable elements, commonly found in bacterial genomes. Identifying the location of IS in bacterial genomes can be useful for a variety of purposes including epidemiological tracking and predicting antibiotic resistance. However IS are c...read more

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    Acinetobacter baumannii
    Species
    DNA Transposable Elements
    Genome, Bacterial
    Polymerase Chain Reaction
    25
    1
    15

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