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WGS- versus ORF5-Based Typing of PRRSV: A Belgian Case Study.

results show that (nearly) complete PRRSV genomes can be obtained directly from serum samples with a high success rate. Analysis of the coding regions confirmed the exceptionally high genetic diversity, ...

Metagenomic sequencing determines complete infectious bronchitis virus (avian Gammacoronavirus) vaccine strain genomes and associated viromes in chicken clinical samples.

genome with 99.95% nucleotide identity to vaccine strain 793B. In addition, substantial read counts (16% of viral reads) allowed the assembly of a near-complete chicken astrovirus genome, while lower read ...

Nearly Complete Genome Sequences of Two Bluetongue Viruses Isolated during the 2020 Outbreak in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.

virus serotype 8 (BTV-8) has been considered enzootic in France since 2018. Here, we report the nearly complete genome sequences of two BTV-8 isolates from the 2020 outbreak in the Grand Duchy ...

A bioinformatics WGS workflow for clinical complex isolate analysis, validated using a reference collection extensively characterized with conventional methods and approaches.

Keersmaecker; Nancy Roosens; Marchal, Kathleen; Vanessa Mathys; Vanneste, Kevin Source: J Clin Microbiol (2021) Abstract: The use of whole genome sequencing (WGS) for routine typing of bacterial isolates has ...

Development of an NGS-Based Workflow for Improved Monitoring of Circulating Plasmids in Support of Risk Assessment of Antimicrobial Resistance Gene Dissemination.

low-copy-carrying plasmid (>200 kb) was used. Hybrid assemblies of NGS data obtained from whole-genome DNA extractions of the original isolates resulted in the most complete reconstruction of plasmids. The optimal ...

Towards a unified classification for human respiratory syncytial virus genotypes.

available complete HRSV genomes (>12,000 bp) were downloaded from GenBank and divided into the two subgroups: HRSV-A and HRSV-B. From whole-genome alignments, the regions that correspond to the open ...

Prediction of Susceptibility to First-Line Tuberculosis Drugs by DNA Sequencing

Publication Type: Peer reviewed scientific article Authors: The CRyPTIC Consortium and the 100000 Genomes Project; Allix-Béguec, Caroline; Arandjelovic, Irena; Bi, Lijun; Beckert, Patrick; Bonnet, ...

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