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Title: Genome-wide Mycobacterium tuberculosis variation (GMTV) database: a new tool for integrating sequence variations and epidemiology
Authors: Chernyaeva, Ekaterina N
Shulgina, Marina V
Rotkevich, Mikhail S
Dobrynin, Pavel V
Simonov, Serguei A
Shitikov, Egor A
Ischenko, Dmitry S
Karpova, Irina Y
Kostryukova, Elena S
Ilina, Elena N
Govorun, Vadim M
Zhuravlev, Vyacheslav Y
Manicheva, Olga A
Yablonsky, Peter K
Isaeva, Yulia D
Nosova, Elena Y
Lapidus, Alla L
O'Brien, Stephen J
Mokrousov, Igor V. 
Vyazovaya, Anna A. 
Narvskaya, Olga V. 
Issue Date: 25-Apr-2014
Publisher: BMC
Journal: BMC Genomics 
Abstract: Tuberculosis (TB) poses a worldwide threat due to advancing multidrug-resistant strains and deadly co-infections with Human immunodeficiency virus. Today large amounts of Mycobacterium tuberculosis whole genome sequencing data are being assessed broadly and yet there exists no comprehensive online resource that connects M. tuberculosis genome variants with geographic origin, with drug resistance or with clinical outcome.
ISSN: 1471-2164
DOI: 10.1186/1471-2164-15-308
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