The Burkholderia Genome Database collaborates with an international panel of expert Burkholderia researchers to provide high quality updates to genomes annotation and make cutting edge genome analysis data available

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Database Statistics

Complete Genomes 80
Draft Genomes 275
Manually-curated annotation updates 1966
Curated GO terms 324

View Complete and Draft Genomes

You can now view annotations and sequences for both complete and draft genomes.
View a list of complete and draft Burkholderia genomes in this database:
Burkholderia genome, transcriptome and epigenomic projects at NCBI:
Updates to gene annotations in this database:

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We welcome all suggested updates to Burkholderia annotations and no registration is required!

About Us

Burkholderia Genome Database details and more.

Current and past funding

Funding for this work is gratefully provided by Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Therapeutics Inc., a non-profit drug discovery and development affiliate of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

What's New?

January 13, 2016

Restored an option on the advanced search page to allow retrieval of proteins with no known 3D structure (for a specific isolate). This feature was available in the previous version of our database but had been inadvertently omitted from the new site.

January 12, 2016

Broken downloads page link has been fixed.

New batch download options added.

December 8,2015

Due to damage caused by a storm, this website and the SFU emergency power supply were down between 07:00 and 18:00 PST on Tuesday, December 8 while repairs were conducted.

Service restored after power outage on SFU campus. Power to much of SFU campus was disrupted at 21:00 PDT on Sunday, December 6 and negatively impacted campus IT services and the Pseudomonas Genome Database website for over 12 hours. Thanks for your patience during this time.

Links to details about intergenic regions have been returned to the gene details images. We have enhanced this feature to include the ability to change the amount of region displayed (e.g. look further upstream into a gene, look further downstream, etc.).

Added links to the motifs to allow searching for more occurences (e.g. search for more occurences of a TF binding site).

BlastN search results and DNA Motif search results now contain a link to show all hits (highlighted in bold boxes) in context of their surrounding genes. To do this, simply click on the "Genomic Context" link under each matching sequence.

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