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This course will cover the topic of Whole genome sequencing (WGS) of bacterial genomes which is becoming more and more relevant for the medical sector. WGS technology and applications are high on international political agenda, as the classical methods are being replaced by WGS technology and therefore bioinformatic tools are extremely important for allowing the people working in this sector to be able to analyze the data and obtain results that can be interpreted and used for different purposes. The course will give the learners a basis to understand and be acquainted with WGS applications in surveillance of bacteria including species identification, typing and characterization of antimicrobial resistance and virulence traits as well as plasmid characterization. It will also give the opportunity to learners to learn about online tools and what they can be used for through demonstrations on how to use some of these tools and exercises to be solved by learners with use of freely available WGS analysis tools . By the end of this course you should be able to: 1. Describe the general Principles in typing of Bacteria 2. Give examples of the applications of Whole Genome Sequencing to Surveillance of bacterial pathogens and antimicrobial resistance 3. Apply genomic tools for sub-typing and surveillance 4. Define the concept of Next-Generation Sequencing and describe the sequencing data from NGS 5. Describe how to do de novo assembly from raw reads to contigs 6. Enumerate the methods behind the tools for species identification, MLST typing and resistance gene detection 7. Apply the tools for species identification, MLST typing and resistance gene detection in real cases of other bacterial and pathogen genomes. 8. Describe the methods behind the tools for Salmonella and E.coli typing, plasmid replicon detection and plasmid typing 9. Utilize the tools for Salmonella and E.coli typing, plasmid replicon detection and plasmid typing in real cases of other bacterial and pathogen genomes. 10. Explain the concept and be able to use the integrated bacterial analysis pipeline for batch analysis and typing of genomic data 11. Demonstrate how to construct phylogenetic tree based on SNPs 12. Apply the phylogenetic tool to construct phylogenetic trees and explain the relatedness of bacterial or pathogen strains 13. Describe how to create your own sequence database 14. Utilize the MyDbFinder tool to detect genetic markers of interest from whole genome sequencing...

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MB

Jun 10, 2019

Excellent course with a wealth of information about tools and applications of whole genome sequencing. Presented in a very lucid and interesting manner, very crispy and simplified course.

XL

Jun 30, 2019

The course is using cutting-edge genome sequencing technology and the authentic software to showcasing the applications and tools of genome sequencing. It is a great chance to learn it.

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von Adil M

Jul 01, 2019

It was highly informative and interesting. I enjoyed alot

von Marc B F

May 02, 2018

The tools provided are very interesting and easy to use

von julio a a j

Mar 15, 2018

excelente curso me sirvió mucho para mi phD, gracias!

von Toyin A A

Sep 04, 2019

Its quite interesting and technical. i enjoyed it

von Luis E H F

Oct 28, 2018

It's a great course and it's not so difficult

von Ahmed E A e

Oct 31, 2018

It isa fantastic course to spend your time

von Kris s

Dec 08, 2017

Genuinly seems fun.

Keep it up Team at TUD

von Valourstar M

Nov 15, 2017

developing skills in sequencing techniques

von Sonia R Q Q

Sep 17, 2019

a complete an interesting course, thanks!

von Jaya S

Nov 25, 2019

Great course. Excellent for research.

von Tahir H

Dec 23, 2019

a good experience to get knowledge

von Rafael P

Jun 03, 2018

Great Course!, congratulations!

von IBRAHIM H A

Nov 09, 2019

This lecuers exterimly useful.

von 1806071

Sep 08, 2019

Very very informative course

von Bologa A M

Mar 25, 2018

very useful. thanks a lot.

von Moayad M A

Aug 21, 2017

very easy and interactive

von 俞骅

Jul 05, 2018

简单明了,适合初学者和做细菌分型溯源的生物学家

von Mustafa R C

Jan 06, 2018

Very good, Thanks DTU

von A A A E

Jan 08, 2019

applications

von shuva s

Apr 09, 2018

Learnt a lot

von Abhinandan C

Nov 16, 2017

Great One

von Priya S

Nov 05, 2019

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von Signe A M

Nov 22, 2019

The course is an introduction to the Technical University of Denmark's (DTU) open access genomic tools only. Do not expect to learn about tools from other publishers.

Some of the questions for the quizzes were not covered by the video material, you either have to make educated guesses or find the information somewhere else. There is a long wait time for many of the tools, so remember to put in your e-mail address and do not expect to complete a quiz within the same day.

I preferred Rolf's lectures, they were short and well explained.

Overall I think it was a nice course for refreshing my memory but I don't believe this course is applicable outside university or similar research institutions (i.e. not so relevant if you need to integrate WGS at your workplace).

von Robert G

Aug 19, 2017

This course provides a first hand view of whole genome sequencing (at the contig level anyway) as well as providing the concepts and tools for characterizing and typing bacteria and their associated plasmids. The course reviews the concepts and introduces the tools needed for determining species, type, and association between strains of bacteria. This course is directed toward microbiologists who wish to learn about using whole genome methods to type bacteria. However, anyone can learn the biology behind these methods

von Maria S

Jan 05, 2018

Very good overview of the different CGE tools available for analysis of WGS bacterial genome data. Although it partly feels like pure advertisement of the tools and the videos describing usage of the different tools are very repetitive, overall the course gives a good insight. However, the instructors could put a bit more effort in answering the more complex quetions asked in the forum ins