A collaborative, open environment for systems biology
of plants, microbes and their communities
In KBase, you can create shareable, reproducible workflows called Narratives that include data, analysis steps, results, visualizations and commentary.
Narrative tutorials demonstrate how to use KBase’s data and analysis tools:
KBase annotation and metabolic modeling pipelines were used to analyze a 13-species electrosynthetic community that captures electrons from a cathode and fixes carbon dioxide. Metabolic models of the predominant community members revealed that Acetobacterium is the primary carbon fixer for the community, excreting large amounts of acetate which serves as the main carbon source for the rest of the community.
In a Journal of Cellular Physiology cover article, KBase scientist Christopher Henry and collaborators demonstrate strategies for constructing genome-scale metabolic networks that simulate two species in a microbial consortium exchanging metabolites to sustain life.
Analyze a wide range of public bioinformatics data together with your own data.
Explore KBase’s analysis tools (Apps) in the App Catalog.
Transfer high-throughput sequencing data from the JGI Genome Portal to KBase for analysis.
KBase is an open platform — find out how to add your own analysis tools!
Getting Started with KBase May 16, 2018 at 1pm EDT https://bluejeans.com/239747866 Join us on May 16th at 1pm EDT for a webinar that will help you start using KBase for your systems biology and bioinformatics research! KBase is a knowledge creation and discovery environment designed for both biologists and bioinformaticians. KBase specialist Ben Allen will […]
The KBase Software Development Kit (SDK) allows third-party developers to wrap open source tools into KBase as Apps. KBase users can then run these Apps on their own data in their Narratives and cite the use of these tools in their publications. Our new video explains how to get started with the KBase SDK. For […]