Working closely with researchers, the QCIF Bioinformatics team apply data management, processing, integration, analysis and visualisation techniques to maximise the potential value of biological and clinical data sets. QCIF Bioinformatics is a partner in the Australian BioCommons.
The Australian BioCommons enhances digital life science research through world class collaborative distributed infrastructure. It aims to ensure that Australian life science research remains globally competitive, through sustained strategic leadership, research community engagement, digital service provision, training and support.
Web page: https://www.biocommons.org.au/
Authors: V. Murigneux, L. W. Roberts, B. M. Forde, M. D. Phan, N. T. K. Nhu, A. D. Irwin, P. N. A. Harris, D. L. Paterson, M. A. Schembri, D. M. Whiley, S. A. Beatson
Date Published: 25th Jun 2021
Publication Type: Journal
PubMed ID: 34172000
Citation: BMC Genomics. 2021 Jun 25;22(1):474. doi: 10.1186/s12864-021-07767-z.
microPIPE was developed to automate high-quality complete bacterial genome assembly using Oxford Nanopore Sequencing in combination with Illumina sequencing.
To build microPIPE we evaluated the performance of several tools at each step of bacterial genome assembly, including basecalling, assembly, and polishing. Results at each step were validated using the high-quality ST131 Escherichia coli strain EC958 (GenBank: HG941718.1). After appraisal of each step, we selected the best combination of ...