Discovering Unique Microbes Made Easy with DOE Systems Biology Knowledgebase (KBase)
Jan 19, 2023 – 5 MIN

Discovering Unique Microbes Made Easy with DOE Systems Biology Knowledgebase (KBase)

What’s new<br>with KBase

What’s new
with KBase

Jan 19, 2023 – 5 MIN
Overview of Metagenome-Assembled Genome Extraction data and analysis workflow using KBase apps. Image courtesy of Chivian, D. et al. Metagenome-assembled genome extraction and analysis from microbiomes using KBase. Nature Protocols 18 (2022). The Science Microbes are foundational…
Jan 13, 2023 – 5 MIN
Welcome to the final Quarterly KBase User update of 2022, where we celebrate accomplishments for the year from the team, users, and collaborators.  Community Highlight In 2022, the KBase team and collaborators continued to add…
Oct 20, 2022 – 6 MIN
More data? No problem! KBase has always made it easy to upload and import data into the Narrative. Now our recent efforts to enhance this process introduces the ability to import multiple files (10s –…
Oct 12, 2022 – 5 MIN
Community Highlight Learn about the latest releases and updates from collaborations this quarter! From the KBase Educator Community, Tim Paustian offered his perspective as a Teaching Professor on how introducing students to bioinformatics tools and…
Jul 21, 2022 – 5 MIN
An Educational Journey Our learning goal for the bioinformatic part of the University of Wisconsin – Madison upper-level laboratory capstone course was to make metabolic predictions of isolates based upon sequence data and test those…
Jul 7, 2022 – 4 MIN
Community Highlight The team was able to meet up with users at several events over the past few months from conferences to workshops, both in person and virtual!  KBase participated in the Joint…
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System Maintenance March 31 2023

We will be performing system maintenance on Friday, March 31, 2023, from approximately 10-11am PDT (12-1pm CDT).  There may be 30-60 second interruptions in service during this time.