About MiGA Web

Web interface of MiGA, the Microbial Genomes Atlas.


If you use MiGA in your research, please cite:

["Rodriguez-R et al (2018). The Microbial Genomes Atlas (MiGA) webserver:\n taxonomic and gene diversity analysis of Archaea and Bacteria at the whole\n genome level. Nucleic Acids Research 46(W1):W282-W288.\n doi:10.1093/nar/gky467.\n", "Rodriguez-R et al (2020). Classifying prokaryotic genomes using the\n Microbial Genomes Atlas (MiGA) webserver. Bergey's Manual of Systematics\n of Archaea and Bacteria.\n"]

Behind MiGA

MiGA web is developed and maintained by Luis M. Rodriguez-R. The MiGA web codebase is freely available under the terms of the terms of the Artistic License 2.0.

MiGA is the result of a collaboration between the Kostas Lab (Georgia Institute of Technology) and the RDP team (Center for Microbial Ecology, Michigan State University). The MiGA project is funded by the US National Science Foundation (Award #1356288).

Getting MiGA Web

If you would like to host your own MiGA web server for your dedicated projects, please visit the GitHub repository and the MiGA manual.