Record pages for different types of data can be accessed following a query by clicking appropriate hyperlinks.
An Isolate record page displays everything known about an isolate.
Each record will have some or all of the following sections:
This displays a list of projects that the isolate is a member of. Only projects that have a full description will be displayed.
This section includes:
- provenance fields
- housekeeping data
- who sent the isolate
- who last curated
- record creation times
- last update times
- links to update history
The update link displays page with exact times of who and when updated the record.
This section includes full citation for papers linked to the isolate record. Each citation has a button that will return a dataset of all isolates linked to the paper.
If there are five or more references they will be hidden by default to avoid cluttering the page too much. Click the ‘Show/hide’ button to display them in this case.
Sequence bin summary¶
This section contains basic statistics describing the sequence bin. Clicking the ‘Display’ button navigates to the sequence bin record.
Scheme and locus data¶
A hierarchical tree displays available schemes. Click within internal nodes to expand them.
Clicking any terminal node will display data available for a scheme or group of schemes.
Allele definition records¶
An allele definition record displays information about a defined allele in a sequence definition database.
If the allele is a member of a scheme profile, e.g. MLST, this will be listed. In this case, there will be a button to display all profiles of that scheme that contain the allele.
Similarly, if a client database has been setup for the database and the allele has been identified in an isolate, there will be a button to display all isolates that have that allele.
Sequence tag records¶
A sequence tag record displays information about the location within a contig of a region associated with a locus. The nucleotide sequence will be displayed along with upstream and downstream flanking sequence. The length of these flanking sequences can be modified within the general options.
If the tag is for a DNA locus and it is marked as a coding sequence, the three-frame translation will also be displayed.
A profile record displays information about a scheme, e.g. MLST, profile. Each allele number within the profile will be hyperlinked. Clicking these will take you to the appropriate allele definition record.
If a client database has been setup for the database and an isolate has the profile, there will be a button to display all isolates that have the profile.
Sequence bin records¶
A sequence bin record contains information about that contigs associated with an isolate record. This includes:
- Number of contigs
- Total length
- Minimum length
- Maximum length
- N50, N90 and N95 values
- Size distribution charts
There are also links to download the contigs in FASTA or EMBL format.
Finally there is a table that shows the loci that are tagged on each contig. Individual contigs can also be downloaded in EMBL format.