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Dr Leila Luheshi
Working on clinical and public health applications of nanopore sequencing for . All views my own.
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Dr Leila Luheshi Oct 22
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Dr Leila Luheshi Oct 22
Don’t suppose you’d consider changing the dates ;)
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Nick Loman Oct 22
Starting to help put together the schedule for Applied Bioinformatics and Public Health Microbiology at Hinxton (May 2019) w/ - please send any speaker or other suggestions my way (DM is fine).
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Alan McNally Oct 19
Come and join the only Wellcome DTP dedicated to AMR (and the first in the UK). Applications now live for our 4th cohort.
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Lauren Cowley Oct 19
very exciting PhD opportunity with me at gorgeous Bath, also co supervised by the fantastic and . Developing GWAS sampling techniques for bacteria. Excellent for training in bioinformatics and data science. PLEASE RT.
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Matt Loose Oct 19
Your morning flupdate... 700 Mb in 14 hours. This little flongle is still fighting on but is struggling now! For our first run though I'm impressed! Amazing work
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PLOS Pathogens Oct 18
New from Gröschel et al. "Pathogen-based precision medicine for drug-resistant tuberculosis"
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Dr Leila Luheshi Oct 18
100 Mb in an hour on a disposable flow cell, attached to a portable sequencer... That would be comfortably >1000x coverage of a cancer hot spot panel. Or 10 flu genomes each at 1000x Possibilities...
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Nick Loman Oct 18
Replying to @pathogenomenick
Oh, a little addendum: these folk are committed to open science, rapid open data release, open source, best practices for pathogen surveillance, all critical if this is going to work long-term.
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Dr Leila Luheshi Oct 18
100 Mb in an hour on a disposable flow cell, attached to a portable sequencer... That would be comfortably >1000x coverage of a cancer hot spot panel. Or 10 flu genomes each at 1000x Possibilities...
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Wouter De Coster Oct 18
Rita Cacace talking about variants in DPP6 leading to Alzheimer and Frontotemporal Dementia, including a 4Mb inversion validated using PromethION
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John Tyson Oct 18
Good ship Flongle away, confirming some plasmid clones, 30min prep😉
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Dr Leila Luheshi Oct 18
Excited to have Amgen on board with team . DECODE continuing to pioneer human WGS on PromethION. Over a hundred samples now sequenced!
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Andrew Rambaut Oct 18
Of course! But still in active development.
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Dr Leila Luheshi Oct 18
Is the RAMPART software on GitHub yet?
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Andrew Rambaut Oct 18
At the Grand Challenges - demos preview of ’s RAMPART real-time analysis of viral sequences for MinION. Maps reads to reference panel, shows coverage, mixtures, recombination. Engineering by the awesome
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Oxford Nanopore Oct 18
We are in Geneva for the ICCMG conference, 18-19 Oct. Don't miss Liana Kafetzopoulou's talk at 12am today on nanopore sequencing: mobile metagenomics at the epicentre of a viral outbreak. Read more:
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Dr Leila Luheshi Oct 17
Just looking up their details now!
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Dr Leila Luheshi Oct 17
I might just do that :) Even worse .. I've just found out my older child's school is not being visited by the local vaccination team for 6 weeks! I wonder if can comment on whether this situation is optimal?
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Dr Leila Luheshi Oct 17
Replying to @EsteeTorok @IccMg and 5 others
See you there soon!
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