About MiGA Web

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

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), the RDP team (Center for Microbial Ecology, Michigan State University), and the Rodriguez-R lab (University of Innsbruck).

The MiGA project is funded by the US National Science Foundation (Award #1356288, and Award #MCB190042).

Getting MiGA Web

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