Category: Antimicrobial Resistance

Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) is the tendency of the microbe to resist the impact of antibiotics that might have effectively cured the microbe(Ryan 1992). The AMR databases incorporates diverse molecular and sequencing details, offers a basic guiding framework in the form of the Antibiotic Resistance Ontology and can easily classify putative antibiotic resistance genes in new unannotated genome sequences(McArthur, Waglechner et al. 2013). This innovative forum offers an informatics resource that addresses the challenges of antibiotic resistance in health treatment, agriculture and the climate(Jia, Raphenya et al. 2016). Example of Anti-Microbial Resistance (AMR) Databases is CARD(McArthur, Waglechner et al. 2013), MEGAResdb(Doster, Lakin et al. 2020) etc. we included 17 updated databases which can be browse easily.