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The CRBIP, Centre de Ressources Biologiques de l’Institut Pasteur, is a structure created in 2001 that encompasses the Pasteurian culture collections: the CIP (bacteria collection), the PCC (cyanobacteria collection), the ICAReB (human samples collection) and the Eukaryotic virus collection. Since January 2016, the CIP, has sequenced more than a thousand bacterial genomes and assembled them using the P2M pipeline. An initiative has been proposed by the CRBIP, in line with its new strategy of valorization, to annotate all genomes and make publicly available those from type strains with a private section for non-type strains that will be available to users on demand. To attain this objective, a long-term collaboration will be established between the CIP, the C3BI (Natalia Pietrosemoli's team) and the CRBIP that will start with a small project to do the draft annotation of the available bacterial genomes using the open source software, Prokka.
- The Institut Pasteur genomic taxonomy database of microbial strains (“Pasteur MLST”) is a free, publicly-accessible resource that hosts nucleotide sequence-based definitions of microbial strains, along with information on bacterial isolates (provenance data) and their genomic sequences. The Pasteur MLST database provides universal nomenclatures that are largely adopted for important pathogens (Klebsiella, Listeria, …), and represent a unifying language on strains for microbial population biology. - Unified strain taxonomies facilitate the coordinated international surveillance of bacterial pathogens. Several hundred research laboratories and public health agencies worldwide have deposited novel strain types, sequences and provenance data on their bacterial isolates. - Pasteur MLST is powered by the Open source GPL3 BIGSdb web application developed at Oxford University (Keith Jolley & Martin Maiden). (http://bigsdb.pasteur.fr ). Its evolution in terms of functionality is tightly linked to the developments of the software at Oxford U. Its evolution in terms of contents is managed by dedicated international teams of curators for each bacterial pathogenic species, coordinated by the PasteurMLST team. - The genomic taxonomies hosted at Pasteur MLST represent unique, authoritative resources that are highly valued by the community, as testified by the routine use of Pasteur MLST strain tags (e.g., K. pneumoniae ST258) in the scientific literature. Several labs (National Reference Centers or Units) of Institut Pasteur are coordinating the curation of genomic taxonomies (Klebsiella, Listeria, Corynebacteria, Bordetella, Leptospira, Yersinia, ...). The aim of the project is to obtain support from the C3BI HUB for the maintenance of the BIGSdb instance at Pasteur: deployment, upgrades, installation of API functionality developed by our partner, coping with future IT evolutions, ...