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HydDB: a web tool for hydrogenase classification and analysis
Hydrogenases are the diverse enzymes that mediate microbial hydrogen consumption and production. HydDB is a curated database of hydrogenases by known type and an accurate classifier for hydrogenase sequences. The tool is available for public usage here. The relevant publications are available in ISME Journal and Scientific Reports. A next-generation version is in the works.
Training course: the enzymatic basis of energy generation
In 2016, Chris gave a one-time eight-hour teaching course for Honours students at the Research School of Chemistry, Australian National University covering the mechanisms of respiration, photosynthesis, and lithotrophy. This course is likely to be of general use to those interested in bioenergetics from a biological or chemical standpoint. The slides from the four two-hour lectures are below.
- Lecture 1: How does life conserve energy?
- Lecture 2: Respiration of organic compounds
- Lecture 3: Respiration of inorganic compounds
- Lecture 4: Photosynthesis light reactions
Training course: introduction to metagenomics
In 2019, Chris gave a workshop introducing the concepts, applications, and limitations of metagenomics at Uppsala University. The slides from the workshop are below.