The Center for Phage Technology (CPT) was established by the Texas A&M University System Board of Regents in 2010. As the first and the only state-funded phage research institute in the United States, the CPT is dedicated to be a world leader in advancing phage biology and application in the modern world. With six laboratory groups and the CPT core laboratory all engaged in basic biology, genomics, and applied research, we strive to move the field forward by a combination of research and open-source training.
CPT Apollo is an instance of the GMOD Apollo project, a collaborative genome browser and annotation engine. CPT Apollo is bridged to accept and provide data into CPT Galaxy for analysis. CPT Apollo can be accessed via CPT Galaxy.