V-Pipe: an SIB Resource to mine viral genomes and improve clinical diagnostics
The clinical use of genomics tools, for example in the context of infectious diseases, is on the rise. But it still represents a daunting analytical task, in particular when it comes to identifying and quantifying the variants of a virus in a patient – an achievement that could, for instance, help fight resistance. First speaker of the in silico talks series, SIB Group Leader Niko Beerenwinkel at ETH Zurich introduces V-Pipe, a new SIB Resource and end-to-end pipeline tool to mine viral genomes and improve clinical diagnostics. Discover how to use the tool, how to build your own analytical pipeline, and how to join the V-Pipe user community.
About the in silico talks series – The latest in bioinformatics by SIB Scientists
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