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PATRIC

A Bioinformatics Resource Center bacterial bioinformatics database and analysis resource that provides researchers with an online resource that stores and integrates a variety of data types (e.g. genomics, transcriptomics, protein-protein interactions (PPIs), three-dimensional protein structures and sequence typing data) and associated metadata. Datatypes are summarized for individual genomes and across taxonomic levels. All genomes, currently more than 10 000, are consistently annotated using RAST, the Rapid Annotations using Subsystems Technology. Summaries of different data types are also provided for individual genes, where comparisons of different annotations are available, and also include available transcriptomic data. PATRIC provides a variety of ways for researchers to find data of interest and a private workspace where they can store both genomic and gene associations, and their own private data. Both private and public data can be analyzed together using a suite of tools to perform comparative genomic or transcriptomic analysis. PATRIC also includes integrated information related to disease and PPIs. The PATRIC project includes three primary collaborators: the University of Chicago, the University of Manchester, and New City Media. The University of Chicago is providing genome annotations and a PATRIC end-user genome annotation service using their Rapid Annotation using Subsystem Technology (RAST) system. The National Centre for Text Mining (NaCTeM) at the University of Manchester is providing literature-based text mining capability and service. New City Media is providing assistance in website interface development. An FTP server and download tool are available.

URL: http://www.patricbrc.org/portal/portal/patric/Home

Resource ID: nlx_17476     Resource Type: Resource     Version: Latest Version

Keywords

genomics, genome, transcriptomics, protein-protein interaction, sequence typing, proteobacteria, brucella, rickettsia, coxiella, coronavirus, calicivirus, lyssavirus, virus, hepatitis a, hepatitis e, pathway, proteome, metabolic pathway, drug, vaccine, diagnostics

Additional Resource Types

database, data analysis service, bioinformatics resource center

Availability

Free, Public, Acknowledgement requested

Old URLs

http://patric.vbi.vt.edu/

Species

bacteria

Abbreviation

PATRIC

Synonyms

PathoSystems Resource Integration Center

Parent Organization

Supercategory

Resource

Funding Information

NIAID, Contract HHSN272200900040C

Listed By

OMICtools

Alternate URLs

http://patricbrc.vbi.vt.edu/portal/portal/patric/Home

Alternate IDs

OMICS_01658

Original Submitter

Anonymous

Version Status

Curated

Submitted On

12:00am July 13, 2011

Originated From

SciCrunch

Changes from Previous Version

First Version

Version 1

Created 4 years ago by Anonymous

PATRIC, the bacterial bioinformatics database and analysis resource.

  • Wattam AR
  • Nucleic Acids Res.
  • 2014 30

The Pathosystems Resource Integration Center (PATRIC) is the all-bacterial Bioinformatics Resource Center (BRC) (http://www.patricbrc.org). A joint effort by two of the original National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases-funded BRCs, PATRIC provides researchers with an online resource that stores and integrates a variety of data types [e.g. genomics, transcriptomics, protein-protein interactions (PPIs), three-dimensional protein structures and sequence typing data] and associated metadata. Datatypes are summarized for individual genomes and across taxonomic levels. All genomes in PATRIC, currently more than 10,000, are consistently annotated using RAST, the Rapid Annotations using Subsystems Technology. Summaries of different data types are also provided for individual genes, where comparisons of different annotations are available, and also include available transcriptomic data. PATRIC provides a variety of ways for researchers to find data of interest and a private workspace where they can store both genomic and gene associations, and their own private data. Both private and public data can be analyzed together using a suite of tools to perform comparative genomic or transcriptomic analysis. PATRIC also includes integrated information related to disease and PPIs. All the data and integrated analysis and visualization tools are freely available. This manuscript describes updates to the PATRIC since its initial report in the 2007 NAR Database Issue.

PATRIC: the VBI PathoSystems Resource Integration Center.

  • Snyder EE
  • Nucleic Acids Res.
  • 2007 4

The PathoSystems Resource Integration Center (PATRIC) is one of eight Bioinformatics Resource Centers (BRCs) funded by the National Institute of Allergy and Infection Diseases (NIAID) to create a data and analysis resource for selected NIAID priority pathogens, specifically proteobacteria of the genera Brucella, Rickettsia and Coxiella, and corona-, calici- and lyssaviruses and viruses associated with hepatitis A and E. The goal of the project is to provide a comprehensive bioinformatics resource for these pathogens, including consistently annotated genome, proteome and metabolic pathway data to facilitate research into counter-measures, including drugs, vaccines and diagnostics. The project's curation strategy has three prongs: 'breadth first' beginning with whole-genome and proteome curation using standardized protocols, a 'targeted' approach addressing the specific needs of researchers and an integrative strategy to leverage high-throughput experimental data (e.g. microarrays, proteomics) and literature. The PATRIC infrastructure consists of a relational database, analytical pipelines and a website which supports browsing, querying, data visualization and the ability to download raw and curated data in standard formats. At present, the site warehouses complete sequences for 17 bacterial and 332 viral genomes. The PATRIC website (https://patric.vbi.vt.edu) will continually grow with the addition of data, analysis and functionality over the course of the project.