Food-borne pathogen Omics Research Center
Food-borne pathogen Omics Research Center (FORC) has been established to prevent and handle the food-borne illness by retaining and accumulating omics data.
FORC consists of many researchers from various research institutes and has been supported by a grant ministry of food and drug safety, South Korea since 2014.
Genomics of Food-borne Pathogens
We establish virulence factors and antibiotic resistance genes in food-borne pathogen genome wich are considered to be changed by samll amounts of nucleotide mutations.
We also offer the comparative analysis between two selected microbial genome, which can be used to find the significant virulence factor of one...
In FORC database, some analyses are performed to demonstrate further information of genome sequence.
We are sure that this comprehensive understanding of the microbial features will make it clear to interpret the important casual relationship implied in.
Analyzing Genomic Characteristics
FORC suggests the results from microbial genome browser Argo of BROAD institute.
Analysis of genome characteristics is the first step to fully understand the microbe. The database will be connected to the other reputed external microbial databases.