ARDB annotation

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Function introduction

ARDB - Antibiotic Resistance Genes Database, the database integrated 13,254 drug-resistant gene information from NCBI and SwissProt databases, and retained 4,554 complete and non-redundant drug-resistant protein data after data filtering and deduplication. ARDB can help users to identify mutational resistance for 12 antibiotic target genes by BLAST. Currently, ARDB contains resistance information for 13293 genes, 377 types, 257 antibiotics, 3369 species and 124 genera.

We use software Blast to identify and annotate new potential resistance genes by blasting against ARDB DNA or protein sequences.

Input files
Fasta file of nucleic acid or amino acid query sequences.
1. Mapping and annotation results
2. Statistics of alignment
3. Distribution of E-values.

Example file

1. Mapping and annotation results

Identity(%) :identity of alignment (percentity)

E_value :Expcet values of alignment, the lower the better
Score:Score of alignment, the higher the better

Resistance Type:


Resistance Profile:antibiotics tyle

2. Statistics of alignment

showing the number of mapped and unmapped results.

3. Distribution of E-values.

E value is the expected value of the alignment. The smaller the E value, the more the reliability. We divided the E value into five ranges and show the number with a pie chart.