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CARD-RGI Perfect & Strict Hits

Reason: Data requires access restrictions as these findings have not yet been published. The data has been uploaded to provide access to PhD viva examiners. To request access, please email lurwin2@sheffield.ac.uk or p.monk@sheffield.ac.uk

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PhD Thesis Additional Data: CARD-RGI Perfect & Strict Hits

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posted on 2024-04-16, 15:48 authored by Lucy Urwin, Peter N. Monk
Supplementary data from the PhD thesis, 'The Development of in vitro Corneal Infection Models for Antimicrobial Drug Testing' (Lucy Urwin, 2022, Dept. IICD).

Chapter 4 of the thesis describes characterisation of clinical isolates, including 39 Pseudomonas aeruginosa isolates from LV Prasad Eye Institute, Hyderabad, India. Genome sequencing was performed by Microbes NG (LVP3-6), Dr Luke Green, University of Sheffield (LVP3-6) and Dr Naveen Kumar, Christian Medical College, Vellore (all other isolates).

FASTA files were analysed using the Comprehensive Antibiotic Resistance Database Resistance Gene Identifier (CARD-RGI). This file contains details of perfect and strict hits for antibiotic resistance genes, as identified by CARD-RGI.

See README file for more details.


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Adhesion to host cell membrane microdomains in cornea as an antimicrobial target to prevent corneal ulceration

Medical Research Council

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