Omnicrobe is a database of habitats, phenotypes and uses
The Omnicrobe database gathers comprehensive information on habitats, phenotypes and usages of microorganisms as automatically extracted from text sources (PubMed, GenBank, DSMZ, CIRM-BIA, CIRM-CFBP, CIRM-Levures). The search offers you access to the information and their sources. More information.
Using the API is recommended for the export of large set of data.
The Omnicrobe database and the associated data are free of use, available under the CC-BY license. If you share or adapt it, you must give appropriate credit: provide a link to the license, indicate if changes were made and cite the paper:
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