This resource containes bacterial plasmids retrieved from the NCBI nucleotide database. An overview of the collected plasmids can be used to filter the sequences by various parameters such as length, topology, and taxonomic information. Furthermore, nucleotide sequences can be searched in the database by either using Mash for longer sequences (e.g. contigs or long reads), or by using BLASTn for shorter sequences, e.g. genes.
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Current status 23227 records
How to cite: Valentina Galata, Tobias Fehlmann, Christina Backes, Andreas Keller; PLSDB: a resource of complete bacterial plasmids, Nucleic Acids Res., 2018 Oct 31, doi: 10.1093/nar/gky1050
mash screen: "Winner-takes-all strategy"
mash dist: Process sequences individually