Bioinformatics Bacterial Identification Tool

    BIBI automates DNA sequence analysis for bacterial identification in
    the clinical field. BIBI relies on the use of BLAST and CLUSTAL W
    programs applied to different subsets of sequences extracted from
    GenBank. These sequences are filtered and stored in a new database,
    which is adapted to bacterial identification.

    For further details refer :http://umr5558-sud-str1.univ-lyon1.fr/ lebibi/lebibi.cgi

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2 thoughts on “Bioinformatics Bacterial Identification Tool”

  1. As leBIBI developer and maintainer I greatly appreciate this announcement.
    leBIBI is in fact an assisted identification environment that give all needed informations to the biologist for a optimal sequence-based identification.
    I would like to correct the idea that it is only oriented toward clinical microbiology, leBIBI users are also environmental, industry or food/water microbiologists. leBIBI may be used for identification of all Procaryots (Bacteria and Archaea).
    The proposed identification process includes phylogeny as the unknown sequence is placed in the phylogenetic tree and the interspecies and intraspecies phylogenetic distances have to be taken into account.

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