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Journal of Evidence-Informed Social Work
Volume 15, 2018 - Issue 2: Research on Human Trafficking

Original Articles
Providing services to trafficking survivors: Understanding practices across the globe
Jordan J. Steiner,Jamie Kynn,Amanda M. Stylianou &Judy L. Postmus
Pages 151-169 | Published online: 16 Jan 2018

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ABSTRACT
Purpose: Human trafficking is a global issue, with survivors representing all genders, ages, races, ethnicities, religions, and countries. However, little research exists that identifies effective practices in supporting survivors of human trafficking. The research that does exist is Western-centric. To fill this gap in the literature, the goal of this research was to understand practices used throughout the globe with adult human trafficking survivors. Methods: A qualitative approach was utilized. Providers from 26 countries, across six different continents, were interviewed to allow for a comprehensive and multi-faceted understanding of practices in working with survivors. Results: Participants identified utilizing an empowerment-based, survivor, and human life–centered approach to working with survivors, emphasized the importance of engaging in community level interventions, and highlighted the importance of government recognition of human trafficking. Discussion: Findings provide information from the perspective of advocates on best practices in the field that can be used by agencies to enhance human trafficking programming.

KEYWORDS: Human trafficking, trafficking services, global best practices, international social work
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Acknowledgments
The authors express their gratitude to Griselda Vega, the Senior Director of Safe Horizon’s Anti-Trafficking Program, and for all of the participants from across that globe that participated in this study. The material is based upon work financially supported by Philip Morris International. Any opinions and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this publication are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official opinion of Safe Horizon, Inc. or Philip Morris International.

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Providing services to trafficking survivors: Understanding practices across the globe
Jordan J. Steiner,Jamie Kynn,Amanda M. Stylianou &Judy L. Postmus
Pages 151-169 | Published online: 16 Jan 2018
Download citation https://doi.org/10.1080/23761407.2017.1423527
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1423527

2015 - неопубликованный проект генетического ислледования туберкулёза
Mycobacterium tuberculosis BTB10-367
Taxonomy ID: 1423527
Исследования были в Швеции Broad institute Sweden Mycobacterium tuberculosis sequencing project
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Some unpublished genetic study 2015

Mycobacterium tuberculosis sequencing project

Mycobacterium tuberculosis BTB10-367

Mycobacterium tuberculosis BTB10-367
Taxonomy ID: 1423527
Study by Broad institute Sweden Mycobacterium tuberculosis sequencing project
Sweden
Release Date 2015-02-15
Add Date 2015-02-15
Organism modifiers
strain
BTB10-367 [1 1 27 4019 2]
nat-host
Homo sapiens [1]
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Mycobacterium tuberculosis BTB10-367
Taxonomy ID: 1423527


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Taxonomy ID: 1423527

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Mycobacterium tuberculosis BTB10-367.

NCBI BLAST name: high GC Gram+
Rank: strain
Genetic code: Translation table 11 (Bacterial, Archaeal and Plant Plastid)
Lineage( full )
cellular organisms; Bacteria; Terrabacteria group; Actinobacteria; Actinobacteria; Corynebacteriales; Mycobacteriaceae; Mycobacterium; Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex; Mycobacterium tuberculosis

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Supratim Mukherjee, Dimitri Stamatis, Jon Bertsch, Galina Ovchinnikova, Hema Y Katta, Alejandro Mojica, I-Min A Chen, Nikos C Kyrpides, TBK Reddy
Nucleic Acids Research, Volume 47, Issue D1, 08 January 2019, Pages D649–D659, https://doi.org/10.1093/nar/gky977
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2603879715: Mycobacterium tuberculosis BTB10-367
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2603879715: Mycobacterium tuberculosis BTB10-367

2603879715: Mycobacterium tuberculosis BTB10-367

Study Name (Proposal Name)
Broad institute Sweden Mycobacterium tuberculosis sequencing project
Organism Name
Mycobacterium tuberculosis BTB10-367
Taxon ID
2603879715
IMG Submission ID
56616
NCBI Taxon ID
1423527
GOLD ID in IMG Database Study ID: Gs0109364 Project ID: Gp0071149
GOLD Analysis Project Id Ga0042932
GOLD Analysis Project Type Genome Analysis (Isolate)
Submission Type Primary
JGI Analysis Project Type Genome Analysis (Isolate)
External Links JGI Portal
Lineage Bacteria; Actinobacteria; Actinobacteria; Corynebacteriales; Mycobacteriaceae; Mycobacterium; Mycobacterium tuberculosis
Sequencing Status Permanent Draft
Sequencing Center Broad Institute
JGI Sequencing Annotation
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Comment
Release Date 2015-02-15
Add Date 2015-02-15
Modified Date
High Quality Yes
Is Public Yes
Project Information
Culture Type Isolate
Cultured Yes
GOLD Sequencing Depth 123.0x
GOLD Sequencing Status Complete
GOLD Sequencing Strategy Whole Genome Sequencing
Gram Staining Gram+
Host Name
Homo sapiens
Is Published
No
Isolation Country
Sweden
NCBI Bioproject Accession PRJNA229308
NCBI Biosample Accession SAMN02414943
Relevance Medical
Sequencing Method Illumina
Type Strain Unknown
Genome Statistics

Integrated Microbial Genomes
Number % of Total
DNA, total number of bases 4409483 100.00%
DNA coding number of bases 3990913 90.51%
DNA G+C number of bases 2893245 65.61% 1

DNA scaffolds 17 100.00%
CRISPR Count 4

Genes total number 4123 100.00%
Protein coding genes 4052 98.28%
RNA genes 71 1.72%
rRNA genes 3 0.07%
5S rRNA 1 0.02%
16S rRNA 1 0.02%
23S rRNA 1 0.02%
tRNA genes 45 1.09%
Other RNA genes 23 0.56%
Protein coding genes with function prediction 3133 75.99%
without function prediction 919 22.29%
Protein coding genes with enzymes 1045 25.35%
w/o enzymes but with candidate KO based enzymes 11 0.27%
Protein coding genes connected to KEGG pathways3 1046 25.37%
not connected to KEGG pathways 3006 72.91%
Protein coding genes connected to KEGG Orthology (KO) 1780 43.17%
not connected to KEGG Orthology (KO) 2272 55.11%
Protein coding genes connected to MetaCyc pathways 887 21.51%
not connected to MetaCyc pathways 3165 76.76%
Protein coding genes with COGs3 2622 63.59%
with KOGs3 857 20.79%
with Pfam3 3344 81.11%
with TIGRfam3 1135 27.53%
with InterPro 1954 47.39%
with IMG Terms 875 21.22%
with IMG Pathways 328 7.96%
with IMG Parts List 313 7.59%
in internal clusters 708 17.17%
in Chromosomal Cassette 4087 99.13%
Chromosomal Cassettes 321 -
Biosynthetic Gene Clusters 14 -
Genes in Biosynthetic Clusters 515 12.49%
Fused Protein coding genes 166 4.03%
Protein coding genes coding signal peptides 135 3.27%
Protein coding genes coding transmembrane proteins 807 19.57%
COG clusters 1392 53.09%
KOG clusters 493 18.80%
Pfam clusters 1846 55.20%
TIGRfam clusters 924 81.41%
Internal clusters 261

Average Nucleotide Identity (ANI)
Species: Mycobacterium tuberculosis
Total genomes of this same species: 2360
This species is present in 3 cliques
Cluster ID
Cluster Type
Contributing Species
Genome Count
4890
clique-group
Mycobacterium canettii, Mycobacterium mungi, Mycobacterium orygis, Mycobacterium tuberculosis
2369
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Average Nucleotide Identity (ANI)
Species: Mycobacterium tuberculosis
Total genomes of this same species: 2360
This species is present in 3 cliques

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Contributing Species
Genome Count
4890
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2369
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BTB10-367 [1 1 27 4019 2]
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Homo sapiens [1]

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Some unpublished genetic study 2015

Mycobacterium tuberculosis sequencing project

Mycobacterium tuberculosis BTB10-367

Mycobacterium tuberculosis BTB10-367
Taxonomy ID: 1423527
Study by Broad institute Sweden Mycobacterium tuberculosis sequencing project
Sweden
Release Date 2015-02-15
Add Date 2015-02-15
Organism modifiers
strain
BTB10-367 [1 1 27 4019 2]
nat-host
Homo sapiens [1]
©1997-2019 The Regents of the University of California
Version 5.2 Mar. 2020
jgi-img-web-1 gemini2_shared 5.016000 2020-07-17-14.35.49

1423527

2015 - неопубликованный проект генетического ислледования туберкулёза
Mycobacterium tuberculosis BTB10-367
Taxonomy ID: 1423527
Исследования были в Швеции Broad institute Sweden Mycobacterium tuberculosis sequencing project
Далее по копирайту эта информация в базе данных США В КАлифорнийском Университете США
©1997-2019 The Regents of the University of California
Version 5.2 Mar. 2020
jgi-img-web-1 gemini2_shared 5.016000 2020-07-17-14.35.49

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