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<h2><strong>ActinoBase: a <em>Streptomyces</em> Community Wiki</strong></h2>
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ActinoBase was created by the community and for the community to share knowledge and resources pertaining to the study of filamentous actinomycete bacteria such as <em>Streptomyces</em> species.  
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ActinoBase provides media recipes, experimental protocols, plasmid maps and links to other useful resources. It will be curated by the <em>Streptomyces</em> scientific community to ensure it is accurate and up to date. We hope ActinoBase will not only mediate the sharing of scientific resources amongst the existing <em>Streptomyces</em> community, but make accessible invaluable resources for those who want to study the biology of these microorganisms. <em>Streptomyces</em> bacteria have the potential to contribute solutions to global issues such as antibiotic resistance and food security through their prolific production of antibiotics and their beneficial relationships with plant roots. This makes <em>Streptomyces</em> biology an important system to study as we seek to address these issues.
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Follow us on twitter [https://twitter.com/ActinoBase @ActinoBase] or join the discussion via [https://twitter.com/hashtag/ActinoBase?src=hash #ActinoBase] to keep up to date with the our progress. If you have any questions or requests you can email the ActinoBase committee overseeing the construction of this website at teamwikimyces@gmail.com

Revision as of 09:20, 19 June 2019

ActinoBase: a Streptomyces Community Wiki


ActinoBase was created by the community and for the community to share knowledge and resources pertaining to the study of filamentous actinomycete bacteria such as Streptomyces species.

ActinoBase provides media recipes, experimental protocols, plasmid maps and links to other useful resources. It will be curated by the Streptomyces scientific community to ensure it is accurate and up to date. We hope ActinoBase will not only mediate the sharing of scientific resources amongst the existing Streptomyces community, but make accessible invaluable resources for those who want to study the biology of these microorganisms. Streptomyces bacteria have the potential to contribute solutions to global issues such as antibiotic resistance and food security through their prolific production of antibiotics and their beneficial relationships with plant roots. This makes Streptomyces biology an important system to study as we seek to address these issues.

Follow us on twitter @ActinoBase or join the discussion via #ActinoBase to keep up to date with the our progress. If you have any questions or requests you can email the ActinoBase committee overseeing the construction of this website at teamwikimyces@gmail.com