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Genomic Data Notes

At BMC Genomic Data, we recognise that valuable genomic datasets often go unpublished when they could be helping to progress science. This is why we launched Data notes: a short article type allowing researchers to describe their genomic or transcriptomic datasets, sharing them with their research community and receiving credit for all their work - not just a finished article.

We present here all the Data notes published in the journal, a free and open resource for the genomics community. 

  1. The Enterobacter cloacae complex is considered an important opportunistic pathogen. It comprises many members that remain difficult to delineate by phenotypic approaches. Despite its importance in human infection...

    Authors: Matthieu Pot, Célia Ducat, Yann Reynaud, David Couvin, Séverine Ferdinand, Sébastien Breurec, Antoine Talarmin and Stéphanie Guyomard-Rabenirina
    Citation: BMC Genomic Data 2023 24:16
  2. The fungal pathogen Thecaphora frezii Carranza & Lindquist causes peanut smut, a severe disease currently endemic in Argentina. To study the ecology of T. frezii and to understand the mechanisms of smut resistanc...

    Authors: Renee S. Arias, Cinthia Conforto, Valerie A. Orner, Edgardo J. Carloni, Juan H. Soave, Alicia N. Massa, Marshall C. Lamb, Nelson Bernardi-Lima and Alejandro M. Rago
    Citation: BMC Genomic Data 2023 24:9
  3. Thrombocytopenia is a condition that causes a low amount of blood platelets. Platelets are blood cells that play an essential role in blood coagulation. Therefore, thrombocytopenia can put the patient at risk ...

    Authors: Eun-Hye Seo, Jeong-Hwan Kim, Da-Hee Kim, Jung-Hwa Oh and Seon-Young Kim
    Citation: BMC Genomic Data 2023 24:6
  4. Lathyrus tuberosus is a nitrogen-fixing member of the Fabaceae which forms protein-rich tubers. To aid future domestication programs for this legume plant and facilitate evolutionary studies of tuber formation, ...

    Authors: Pádraic J. Flood, Minou Nowrousian, Bruno Huettel, Christian Woehle, Kerstin Becker, Tassilo Erik Wollenweber, Dominik Begerow and Christopher Grefen
    Citation: BMC Genomic Data 2022 23:70
  5. The most recent research projects in scientific field of eutherian comparative genomics included intentions to sequence every extant eutherian species genome in foreseeable future, so that future revisions and...

    Authors: Marko Premzl
    Citation: BMC Genomic Data 2022 23:56
  6. Functional genetic variation plays an important role in predicting patients’ response to chemotherapeutic agents. A growing catalogue of mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) alterations in various cancers point to their ...

    Authors: Amnani Aminuddin, Pei Yuen Ng and Eng Wee Chua
    Citation: BMC Genomic Data 2022 23:47
  7. As part of a research aiming at the isolation of bacteria secreting growth inhibiting compounds, cultures of Francisella tularensis were implanted in environmental samples and monitored for inhibition zones on ag...

    Authors: Yehoudit Guedj-Dana, Inbar Cohen-Gihon, Ofir Israeli, Ohad Shifman, Tamar Aminov, Shahar Rotem, Raphael Ber and Anat Zvi
    Citation: BMC Genomic Data 2022 23:31
  8. American shad (Alosa sapidissima) is an important migratory fish under Alosinae and has long been valued for its economic, nutritional and cultural attributes. Overfishing and barriers across the passage made it ...

    Authors: Kishor Kumar Sarker, Liang Lu, Junman Huang, Tao Zhou, Li Wang, Yun Hu, Lei Jiang, Habibon Naher, Mohammad Abdul Baki, Anirban Sarker and Chenhong Li
    Citation: BMC Genomic Data 2022 23:22
  9. Cupressaceae is the second largest family of coniferous trees (Coniferopsida) with important economic and ecological values. However, like other conifers, the members of Cupressaceae have extremely large genom...

    Authors: Yufei Wang, Siyu Xie, Jialiang Li, Jieshi Tang, Tsam Ju and Kangshan Mao
    Citation: BMC Genomic Data 2021 22:55
  10. M. morganii is a gram-negative, non-lactose fermenting and an opportunistic pathogen frequently associated with nosocomial infections. Although first isolated in 1906 from a pediatric fecal sample, not many M. mo...

    Authors: Pachi Pulusu Chanakya, Balaram Khamari, Manmath Lama, Arun Sai Kumar Peketi, Prakash Kumar, Valakunja Nagaraja and Eswarappa Pradeep Bulagonda
    Citation: BMC Genomic Data 2021 22:27
  11. The role of rhizosphere microbiome in supporting plant growth under biotic stress is well documented. Rhizobacteria ward off phytopathogens through various mechanisms including antibiosis. We sought to recover...

    Authors: Opeyemi K. Awolope, Noelle H. O’Driscoll, Alberto Di Salvo and Andrew J. Lamb
    Citation: BMC Genomic Data 2021 22:15