Bioinformatics Server at MML, SJTU

The Microbial Genomics and Bioinformatics Group at MML, SJTU is focused on in-depth mining of bacterial genomes by combination of bioinformatics approaches and molecular biology experimental techniques. The current work emphasizes:
(i) applied bioinformatics for comparative analysis of bacterial mobile genome;
(ii) characterization of novel mobile genetic elements in Klebsiella pneumoniae and other opportunistic bacterial pathogens that have developed antibiotic resistance, and the antibiotics-producing Streptomyces.
dndDB: phosphorothioation of the DNA backbone.

ICEberg and ICEfinder: integrative and conjugative elements found in Bacteria.

KpVR: replicons, antibiotic resistance/virulence genes in K. pneumoniae plasmids.

SecReT4: bacterial type IV secretion systems (T4SS).

SecReT6: bacterial type VI secretion systems (T6SS).

ThioBase and ThioFinder: thiopeptides featured in genetics and chemistry.