Congrats Alli Weis on her Large-Scale release of Camphlobacter Draft Genomes paper published in Genome Announcements

Large-Scale Release of Campylobacter Draft Genomes: Resources for Food Safety and Public Health from the 100K Pathogen Genome Project

*Allison M. Weis,a,e Bihua C. Huang,a,e Dylan B. Storey,a,e* Nguyet Kong,a,e Poyin Chen,a,e Narine Arabyan,a,e Brent Gilpin,b Carl Mason,c
Andrea K. Townsend,d* Woutrina A. Smith,a Barbara A. Byrne,a Conor C. Taff,d*

*Bart C. Weimer a,e

School of Veterinary Medicine, UC Davis, Davis, California, USAa; Institute of Environmental Science & Research Ltd., Christchurch, New Zealandb; Department of Enteric Diseases, Armed Forces Research Institute of Medical Sciences (AFRIMS), Bangkok, Thailandc; Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Conservation Biology, UC Davis, Davis, California, USAd; 100K Pathogen Genome Project, UC Davis, Davis, California, USAe

A B S T R A C T Campylobacter is a food-associated bacterium and a leading cause of foodborne illness worldwide, being associated with poultry in the food supply. This is the initial public release of 202 Campylobacter genome sequences as part of the 100K Pathogen Genome Project. These isolates represent global genomic diversity in the Campylobacter genus.

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