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The Benefits of Whole Genome Sequencing for Foodborne Outbreak Investigation from the Perspective of a National Reference Laboratory in a Smaller Country.

enabled an accurate cluster definition, which remained unsolved for the 2013 outbreak, partly due to scarce epidemiological linking with the suspect source. Moreover, it allowed detecting two and one ...

Use of a Whole Genome Sequencing-based approach for Mycobacterium tuberculosis surveillance in Europe in 2017-2019: an ECDC pilot study.

countries, 2218 RR / MDR- MTBC isolates were collected. Fifty-six cross-border clusters with increased likelihood of recent transmission (≤5 SNP s distance) comprising a total of 316 RR / MDR- MTBC isolates ...

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