QIAGEN CLC Genomics Workbench provides tools and workflows for a broad range of bioinformatics applications, including microbiome analysis, isolate characterization through SNP and K-mer trees using NGS data, and antimicrobial resistance characterization. CLC Genomics Workbench is widely used for analyses of bacterial, viral and eukaryotic (fungal) genomes and metagenomes.
Topics covered in this webinar include:
I. Overview of different tools within MGM application and research areas supported
II. Focused review of isolate typing and characterization
a. Importing data
b. Utilization of metadata
c. Downloading and managing references
i. Database of Isolates/ Resistances/ MLST
d. Walk through of Type a Known Species workflow
i. Review details for each Isolate
e. Creating SNP profiles to specific reference
f. Generate a SNP tree for isolate comparison
g. Export tabular and high-quality graphical outputs in wide range of file formats
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