on infection control
1928 Academy Webinar: What's in a [phylogenetic] tree?
Episode 3 of the How to fight superbugs – the power of DNA analysis webinar series
1928 Academy Webinar: Epidemiology 2.0
Episode 2 of the How to fight superbugs – the power of DNA analysis webinar series
using 1928 in outbreak analysis
White Paper: Streptococcus agalactiae - cgMLST schema generation and validation
An introduction on how to use the 1928 Platform for outbreak analysis.
How to put figures on the benefits of WGS pathogen surveillance
Just like exercise gives the best results when it becomes a habit, so does WGS for infection control. Working proactively with WGS surveillance gives results, and the way it is implemented matters.
details and updates
1928 is "easy-to-use"
The Danish researchers Slott Jensen, M at el. have published a letter to the editor in Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology investigating an outbreak of MRSA with the 1928 platform.
Long-read sequences: What are they and how are they used?
We are happy to inform you that our service now supports data generated from long-read sequencing.
a closer look at antibiotic resistant superbugs
S.marcescens is an environmental bacteria with intrinsic resistances. It has seen an increase as a hospital acquired infection.
S. pyogenes is responsible for a wide array of diseases being estimated to cause 500 000 deaths annually.