The One Codex Blog Posts tagged with antibiotics

Running new analyses & whole-genome alignments

Today we’d like to tell you about a new feature on One Codex that allows you to run new analyses against your samples, including AMR gene panels and whole-genome alignments. Running New Analyses When samples are uploaded to One Codex, we automatically classify them using the One Codex Database of ~40K complete microbial genomes. However, metagenomic classification is just one of a range of microbial analysis tools provided by the One Codex platform.

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Detecting Antimicrobial Resistance in Foodborne Pathogens

Today we’d like to tell you about a set of panels on One Codex designed to help detect antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in two important foodborne pathogens – Escherichia coli and Campylobacter coli / C. jejuni. AMR in E. coli and Campylobacter coli / C. jejuni Antibiotic resistant infections are a huge challenge for modern healthcare, and there is a global effort underway to improve our identification and treatment of these hardy infections.

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