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14 September 2022 - P3-2
Characterisation of a P1-phage like plasmid carrying blaCTX-M-15 in Salmonella Typhi
14 September 2022 - P3-15
An optimized short-read approach to predict and reconstruct antibiotic resistance plasmids in Escherichia coli
14 September 2022 - P4-15
Hidden resistances: How routine whole genome sequencing uncovered an otherwise undetected blaNDM-1 gene in Vibrio alginolyticus isolated from imported seafood
14 September 2022 - P2-15
Constructing a cgMLST scheme for Proteus mirabilis (Pm)
14 September 2022 - P1-19
Correlation between microbiome diversity, hospitalization and presence of leukocyte in sputum from Cystic Fibrosis patients based on amplicon sequence variants analysis
14 September 2022 - P1-12
Strain-level detection of low abundance Klebsiella pneumoniae and associated antimicrobial resistance and virulence genes from fecal samples by whole metagenomic sequencing
14 September 2022 - P1-3
Revealing the effect of population’s diet to antibiotic resistance via metagenomics analysis
14 September 2022 - P1-2
48-Plex Long-Read Sequencing to Generate Complete Assemblies and Determine Genome Structure in Salmonella Agona
14 September 2022 - P1-6
Establishing a Bioinformatics Pipeline for Bacterial Strain Resolution from GridION generated Mock Microbial Community Data
14 September 2022 - P1-4
Optimization of Oxford nanopore technology protocol for real time metagenomics sequencing of clinical samples
14 September 2022 - P1-13
ONT data generation and evaluation using the MiLongA Pipeline - Validation of a long-read (hybrid) sequencing workflow for characterisation of foodborne microbial pathogens
14 September 2022 - P1-1
Herding the LMAS: Evaluating metagenomic long and short de novo assembly
14 September 2022 - P1-18
Metagenomic changes of the effect of amoxcillin-clavulanate with probiotics in a young adult cohort
14 September 2022 - P1-10
Nanopore long reads for a pangenome analysis of Staphylococcus pseudintermedius isolates from the skin of healthy dogs
14 September 2022 - P1-11
Long-read nanopore RNAseq to discover Staphylococcus pseudintermedius biomarkers associated with canine skin infection
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