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This week’s question is one that seemed straightforward at first, but nobody seemed to know of a resource for this. It seems like it would be really useful. I can think of a couple of resources that have part of the information, but it seems someone on the planet would have this already.
Question: Are there any databases/knowledge bases or other resources concerning bacterial drug resistance
I wonder are there any usable databases/knowledge bases or other resources concerning bacterial drug resistance. I certainly have access to search engines but I want to know what do people really use. It can cover genomes, genes, proteins, expression data, articles, everything.
The only answer so far is a resource that’s seems to be out of date for a fast-changing topic. Does anyone know of a database for this? Seems like something the CDC should have?