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[…] th automatic bubble, word size and paired distance detection, using mapping mode “map reads back to contigs” (including scaffolding, and minimum contig length of 400 nucleotides). The NCBI prokaryotic genome automatic annotation pipeline (PGAAP) was used for annotation. All de novo contigs were BLAST searched against the GenBank’s non-redundant nucleotide collection (nr/nt). PathogenFinder 1.1, ResFinder 2.1, and PlasmidFinder 1.3 were used to estimate the number and type of pathogenicity determinants, antibiotic resistance genes and plasmids, respectively, within the genome (; ; ). PHAST search web tool was used to identify and annotate any prophage sequence present in the draft genome (). ISsaga semi-automatic annotation system was also applied to detect the presence of insertion sequences (IS) ()., Contigs containing antibiotic resistance genes were searched for identity through blastn against the nr/nt NCBI database, and further mapped against the closest bacterial plasmids or genomes using CLC Genomics Workbench version 8.5., This Whole Genome Shotgun project has been deposited at DDBJ/EMBL/GenBank under the accession LGYC00000000. The version described in this paper is the LGYC01000000., Morganella morganii INSRALV892a was found to be non-susceptible to ampicillin (>64 mg/L), cefotaxime (>4 mg/L), ceftazidime (2 mg/L), ciprofloxacin (>8 mg/L), chloramphenicol (16 mg/L), gentamicin (>32 mg/L), trimethoprim (>32 mg/L), colistin (>16 mg/L), and tigecycline (0.5 mg/L). However, it is important to highlight that M. morganii is intrinsically resistant to colistin, while tigecycline has also been shown to have poor activity against this species. Among the antibioti […]

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