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Volume 19 Supplement 11

Proceedings from the 6th Workshop on Computational Advances in Molecular Epidemiology (CAME 2017)

Research

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Boston, MA, USA20 August 2017

Edited by Alexander Zelikovsky, Ion Mandoiu, Pavel Skums and Yury Khudyakov.

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  1. Molecular surveillance and outbreak investigation are important for elimination of hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection in the United States. A web-based system, Global Hepatitis Outbreak and Surveillance Technol...

    Authors: Seth Sims, Atkinson G. Longmire, David S. Campo, Sumathi Ramachandran, Magdalena Medrzycki, Lilia Ganova-Raeva, Yulin Lin, Amanda Sue, Hong Thai, Alexander Zelikovsky and Yury Khudyakov

    Citation: BMC Bioinformatics 2018 19(Suppl 11):358

    Content type: Methodology

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  2. Reconstructing individual transmission events in an infectious disease outbreak can provide valuable information and help inform infection control policy. Recent years have seen considerable progress in the de...

    Authors: Finlay Campbell, Xavier Didelot, Rich Fitzjohn, Neil Ferguson, Anne Cori and Thibaut Jombart

    Citation: BMC Bioinformatics 2018 19(Suppl 11):363

    Content type: Software

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  3. Drug resistance in HIV is the major problem limiting effective antiviral therapy. Computational techniques for predicting drug resistance profiles from genomic data can accelerate the appropriate choice of the...

    Authors: Shrikant D. Pawar, Christopher Freas, Irene T. Weber and Robert W. Harrison

    Citation: BMC Bioinformatics 2018 19(Suppl 11):362

    Content type: Research

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  4. Many biological analysis tasks require extraction of families of genetically similar sequences from large datasets produced by Next-generation Sequencing (NGS). Such tasks include detection of viral transmissi...

    Authors: Viachaslau Tsyvina, David S. Campo, Seth Sims, Alex Zelikovsky, Yury Khudyakov and Pavel Skums

    Citation: BMC Bioinformatics 2018 19(Suppl 11):360

    Content type: Methodology

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  5. The Epi-Info software suite, built and maintained by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), is widely used by epidemiologists and public health researchers to collect and analyze public health d...

    Authors: Blake Camp, Jaya Krishna Mandivarapu, Nagashayan Ramamurthy, James Wingo, Anu G. Bourgeois, Xiaojun Cao and Rajshekhar Sunderraman

    Citation: BMC Bioinformatics 2018 19(Suppl 11):359

    Content type: Software

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  6. Determining patterns of nucleotide and amino acid substitution is the first step during sequence evolution analysis. However, it is not easy to visualize the different phylogenetic signatures imprinted in alig...

    Authors: Kun Zhao, Elizabeth Henderson, Kelley Bullard, M. Steven Oberste, Cara C. Burns and Jaume Jorba

    Citation: BMC Bioinformatics 2018 19(Suppl 11):364

    Content type: Software

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