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tRNAScanSE is Offline due to California Wildfires

As of August 21, 2020, tRNAScanSE is offline because it is hosted at the University of California, Santa Cruz, and their campus is facing a mandatory evacuation due to the ongoing wildfires. In the meantime, you can still use Aragorn for tRNA purposes. We'll update when we have more information.

Considerations for Implementing SEA-PHAGES in 2020 - 2021

SEA Faculty met virtually, in groups of 5 – 10, to discuss ideas for implementing SEA-PHAGES this coming academic year, focusing on strategies for maintaining safe distancing, preparing for the possibility of being fully online, and maintaining high student engagement. Below is a summary of suggested considerations, the majority of which are written in the context of Phage Discovery, though many are also applicable for Phage Genomics.

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Microbacterium Phage Paper

Microbacterium Phage Paper

Our collective paper on the genomes and diversity of 116 Microbacterium phages is now published and live in PLOS ONE.

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SEA-PHAGES and PHIRE Contributors to the Microbacterium sp. Paper

Genomic diversity of bacteriophages infecting Microbacterium spp.

SEA-PHAGES and PHIRE Contributors

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SEA-PHAGES participants

HHMI at University of Maryland, Baltimore County

Ilzat Ali

Aleem Mohamed

Emily Davis

Acacia Eleri Jones (Keele University)

Indian River State College

Josh Moreno

Brandon Bryant

Ariana Burch

Rhode Dorissaint

Cayce Douthitt

Jeffrey Garafalo

Jaclyn Kuiack

Samuel Marcillon

Jordan Norus ...

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June 15, 2020 to June 26, 2020

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