Dear MicroScope users, We recently published an article describing the new functionalities in MicroScope to appear in the 2020 Nucleic Acids Research Database Issue. Please use this article when citing MicroScope. Thanks in advance,The LABGeM Team.
The v3.13.4 of the platform is now deployed. We fixed many little bugs and made some little enhancements on various pages. The only new feature is that the IP_type property for InterPro results is now available in the gene editor
Guess what ? Another round of network maintenance at Genoscope is scheduled on Wednesday November 13th between 9:00am and 2:00pm CEST. Therefore MicroScope might not be completely available during those operations. We apologize for any inconvenience.
The v3.13.3 of the platform is now deployed. Two important features were added in this version: The Macromolecular Systems page now displays CRISPR arrays found by CRISPRCasFinder. The Secondary Metabolites page has been updated to the brand new antiSMASH 5.0.
The v3.13.2 of the platform is now deployed. The main feature is the possibility to highlight a genomic region (as found for example by AntiSMASH or MacSyFinder) in the viewer. The contextual menu has 2 new options: you can explore
The v3.13.1 of the platform is now deployed. This release doesn’t introduce new features but fixes some bugs of v3.13.0 (or from older versions): the selector sometimes didn’t work in phyloprofile favourite organisms were not always properly saved the color
A new selector for sequences and organisms that extends the one previously introduced in the Genome Clustering page has been deployed in MicroScope since the end of June 2019. This selector was designed to let you choose efficiently several sequences by browsing the taxonomy or by filtering on strains with suggestions.
Recent years have seen the explosion of sequencing projects leading to a deluge of several hundred thousand genomes available in public sequence databases. Comparative genomics approaches in microbiology now use thousands of genomes to analyze a species. Indeed, many studies
Genome-resolved metagenomics have profoundly reshaped our understanding of the distribution, functionalities and roles of Archaea. Within the domain, major supergroups are Euryarchaeota, which includes many methanogens, the TACK, which includes Thaumarchaeaota that impact ammonia oxidation in soils and the ocean,