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SATMD is the Staphylococcus aureus transcriptome meta-database. SATMD is a meta-database that contains the post-analysis data from all transcriptome experiments done in Staphylococcus aureus. SATMD contains all the genes identified as regulated by either a locus or a growth condition, using microarray and other transcriptome (NGS) technology

 
  • Choose a query type below (ORFID, GeneName or ORFFunction)
  • Enter query in text box (e.g. SA1233 for an ORFID, or sarA for a Gene name, or DNA polymerase for an ORF product name) to search for transcriptomic data
  • The output will show all the genes regulated under growth condition or by the regulator in the query
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      ORFID GeneName ORFFunction  

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    ORFID, GeneName, ORFFunction
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    50583
    6850
    8325-4
    A222231
    ATCC12600
    ATCC25923
    ATCC29213
    ATCC43300
    CF-Marseille
    Clinical_Isolate
    COL
    EMRSA-16
    HG001
    HIP5827
    JH1
    JKD6210
    JP1
    LAC
    MRGR3
    MRSA252
    Mu50
    MW2
    N315
    N315-clonotype
    NCTC_8325
    Newman
    RN27
    RN4220
    RN6390
    RN6390B
    RN6734
    SA113
    SA13011
    SA137/93A
    SA137/93G
    Sanger_252
    SG511
    SH1000
    Strain_923
    UAMS-1
    USA300
    WCUH29

    Select Strains to narrow down your search

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    Please cite these references if you have used this database or the network tool:
    For Database: Vijayaraj Nagarajan and Mohamed O. Elasri: SAMMD: Staphylococcus aureus Microarray Meta-Database. BMC Genomics 2007, 8:351.
    For Network: Tamilselvi Gopal, Vijayaraj Nagarajan and Mohamed O. Elasri: SATRAT: Staphylococcus aureus transcript regulatory network analysis tool. PeerJ 2015, Jan 6;3:e717

    SATMD Staphylococcus aureus Transcriptome Meta Database, SAMMD Staphylococcus aureus Microarray Meta Database
    SATMD is licensed under GNU GPL
    The SATMD project is located in the Department of Biological Sciences at The University of Southern Mississippi
    This project is supported by Award Number P20 GM103476 from the National Institutes of General Medical Sciences. The content is solely the responsibility of
    the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institutes of General Medical Sciences or the National Institutes of Health