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As the genome sequences of multiple strains of a given bacterial species are obtained, more generalized bacterial genome databases may be complemented by databases that are focused on providing more information geared for a distinct bacterial phylogenetic group and its associated research community. The Burkholderia Genome Database represents a model for such a database, providing a powerful, user-friendly search and comparative analysis interface that contains features not found in otherdoi:10.1093/bioinformatics/btn524 pmid:18842600 pmcid:PMC2639269 fatcat:sfgndxph6fdgvepgo5ezgquixq