Oligonucleotide frequencies were used to compute distances among completely sequenced genomes within a genera and to cluster them. The resulting dendrograms are available by selecting the genera in the right.
These comparisons are provided as examples of the clustering power of oligonucleotides and to show the potencial of this method to cluster together related genomes.
This method may be used even for typing within same species.
The sequenced used in this service were obtained from Release 33 (by EMBL-EBI).
This releases includes the latest versions of 41,610 genomes (41,198 bacteria and 412 archaea) from the
The International Nucleotide Sequence Database Collaboration (INSDC) archives.
Comparison is only available when at least 5 genomes are vailable within the genera or species.
Identical service is also available for complete genomes from NCBI.