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Short read sequence typing (SRST): multi-locus sequence types from short reads

Michael Inouye, Thomas C Conway, Justin Zobel and Kathryn E Holt*

BMC Genomics 2012, 13:338  doi:10.1186/1471-2164-13-338

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SRST2

Michael Inouye   (2013-11-18 11:52)  University of Melbourne

There is now a new and improved version, SRST2, which is currently available at:

http://katholt.github.io/srst2/

SRST2 is designed to take Illumina sequence data, a MLST database and/or a database of gene sequences (e.g. resistance genes, virulence genes, etc) and report the presence of STs and/or reference genes.

A manuscript is in preparation.

Competing interests

None declared

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