The International Pseudomonas Consortium Database

Linking metadata, genomics and human health

IPCD is a repository of thousands of Pseudomonas aeruginosa isolates from the environment (soil and water), plants, animals and human infections, with a strong emphasis on Cystic Fibrosis. It was created for metadata analyses linking bacterial phenotype, genotype and clinical data, with a clear focus on the development of prognostic approaches to treating Cystic Fibrosis infections.


IPCD currently contains 1616 isolates. Draft genomes have been produced for 1030 of them.

The content of IPCD can be accessed here


 Other useful resources:

The Pseudomonas genome database:

PATRIC, The bacterial bioinformatics database and analysis pipeline:

The Comprehensive antibiotic resistance database:

The Virulence factor database: and

The Public databases for molecular typing and microbial genome diversity:

Pseudomonas aeruginosa Pathway Genome Database in BioCyc :

In silico serotyping with PAst 1.0: