ResFinder identifies acquired genes and/or finds chromosomal mutations mediating antimicrobial resistance in total or partial DNA sequence of bacteria.

ResFinder software: (2024-03-22) ResFinder database: (2024-03-22) PointFinder database: (2024-03-08) DisinFinder database: (2023-05-31)

Chromosomal point mutations:

Acquired antimicrobial resistance genes:

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If you use and/or publish results obtained by the service, please cite as described below. If you use raw reads for your analysis, please cite 1 and 2. If you use assembled data for your analysis, please cite 1 and 3.


  • Bortolaia V, Kaas RS, Ruppe E, Roberts MC, Schwarz S, Cattoir V, Philippon A, Allesoe RL, Rebelo AR, Florensa AR, Fagelhauer L, Chakraborty T, Neumann B, Werner G, Bender JK, Stingl K, Nguyen M, Coppens J, Xavier BB, Malhotra-Kumar S, Westh H, Pinholt M, Anjum MF, Duggett NA, Kempf I, Nykäsenoja S, Olkkola S, Wieczorek K, Amaro A, Clemente L, Mossong J, Losch S, Ragimbeau C, Lund O, Aarestrup F. M.
    (2020). ResFinder 4.0 for predictions of phenotypes from genotypes. Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy, 75(12),3491-3500
  • Clausen PTLC, Aarestrup FM, Lund O.
    (2018). Rapid and precise alignment of raw reads against redundant databases with KMA. BMC Bioinformatics 19(1):307
  • Camacho C, Coulouris G, Avagyan V, Ma N, Papadopoulos J, Bealer K, Madden TL.
    (2009). BLAST+: architecture and applications. BMC Bioinformatics 10(1):421

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