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A brief introduction into how the BLAST widget, a new addition to the Genome Data Viewer, helps you see your BLAST results in the context of assembled genome sequences.
Have you ever wanted to run an NCBI-style bioinformatics hackathon at your own institution? This hour-long webinar will take you through the planning and hosting process. You can view code from hackathon projects on the public NCBI hackathon GitHub site.
This NCBI Minute will show you how to quickly grab a protein or nucleotide sequence in FASTA or another format from NCBI using the nucleotide and protein web pages, an NCBI URL, and – the most flexible way – using the command line EDirect. Also see the EDirect cookbook on GitHub.
This NCBI Minute highlights some of the highly used classic textbooks that are available on the Bookshelf for free. It also points out some new books, introduces why several publishers and authors find the Bookshelf a useful resource to boost readership, and how to join in by adding new and updating existing textbooks.
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In this webinar you will learn how to search for pathogen isolates, identify closely related isolates of interest, and find pathogens encoding specific antimicrobial resistance genes.
The Pathogen Detection Isolates Browser is a web-based portal that integrates the genomic sequences, metadata, antibiotic susceptibility and resistance gene information, and SNP cluster information.